Klamath Community College (KCC) is accredited through the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU). KCC is authorized by the Oregon State Board of Education to provide approved academic programs (degrees and certificates).
Associate degree programs have requirements in general education as well as the selected major field of study. Candidates for a degree must fulfill all requirements listed in the degree program.
Generally, an Associate degree can be earned in two years of full-time study. If you attend part-time, take developmental education courses or change majors, completion of your chosen program may take longer than two years.
Associate of General Studies (AGS)
This degree is designed for students wishing to acquire a broad education rather than pursuing a specific college major or professional/technical program.
Associate of Science (AS)
This degree is designed for those students planning to transfer credits to a bachelor’s degree program that is not suited for the Associate of Arts, Oregon Transfer Degree.
Associate of Arts, Oregon Transfer degree (AA-OT)
This degree provides an opportunity for students to complete lower division (freshman and sophomore) bachelor’s degree requirements at KCC.
Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
This degree is for students who are preparing for entry level employment in a career oriented program of study or upgrading skills for a specific occupation. This degree is not intended as a transfer degree, however courses are considered for transfer on an individual basis by the four-year college or university.
For students who aren't able to complete a degree on campus, we now have distance education programs. These degrees can be completed entirely through online classes. The Online AAS degrees available are:
Certificate programs are offered for those students seeking course work for entry into a job. Certificates can be used to transition to Associate of Applied Science degrees of the same type at KCC. Certificates are available in a number of different academic areas.
Candidates for a certificate must fulfill all requirements listed in the certificate program.
One-year certificates may serve as a fast track leading to entry level employment or a ladder to the AAS Degree Program.
Generally, certificates can be earned in one year of full-time study. If you attend part-time, take developmental education courses or change majors, completion of your chosen program may take longer than one year.
Administrative Office Professional
Early Childhood Educator
Emergency Medical Technician
Emergency Medical Technician Intermediate
Career Pathways/Statewide Certificates
KCC offers Less-Than-One-Year Certificates of Completion. These certificates can help students get started on a career path or advance in an occupation. This may be the first certificate a student earns while pursuing a program of greater length.
Generally these certificates can be earned in less than one year of full-time study. If you attend part-time, take developmental education courses or change majors, completion of your chosen program may take longer.
Addiction Studies (22 credits)
Automotive Technician - Electrical/ Electronic Specialist (12 credits)
Diesel Technician - Electrical/Electronic Specialist (12 credits)
Early Childhood Education (17 credits)
Income Tax Preparation (15 credits)
Retail Management (33 credits)
Web Design (24 credits)