Possible Career Opportunities
- Chemists and materials scientists
- Medical and clinical laboratory technologists and technicians
- Conservation scientists and foresters
- Mechanical engineering technicians
- Physical therapists
- Physicians and surgeons
- Physicists and astronomers
- Kindergarten and elementary school teachers
- Middle school teachers
- High school teachers
- Producers and directors
- Mental health counselors and marriage and family therapists
- Reporters, correspondents, and broadcast news analysts
- Public relations specialists
- Social workers
Focus on easy transfer
This new program is designed to make it easier for you to take only the classes you need to transfer.
No extra classes
No wasted time
No more struggle
Every four-year university has a different course that may be an equivalent, so we can’t promise it will transfer EVERYWHERE, but we’re sure it’s going to make transfer easier for you.
Science AND Arts?
Not everyone loves science, but if you’re one of the ones who enjoys science and want to incorporate it into a career, you really should. You can have a successful career in science if you’re into it.
We make it convenient: Kirtland is one of the few colleges in the country that has completely online science courses, including online labs.
If arts are more your thing, it’s important to remember the first two years of most bachelor’s degree programs are essentially the same no matter where you go: entry-level courses in math, science, English, social sciences and the humanities, as well as some higher-level courses in your field of interest.
Whether you’re science or art, the quality of Kirtland’s courses is unparalleled. Instructors with decades of combined experience deliver programs in an engaging environment.
We make it special. The average class size at Kirtland is 17 students. You’ll get the individual attention you want, need and deserve.
All you need to do now is take charge of making your dreams come true.
What would you do?
Choose an Associate in Science and Arts and be ready for a job in:
Take what you need
This program is basically everything you need to fulfill the Michigan Transfer Agreement, plus electives. Our expert advisors are here to help you make smart choices and get the most transfer bang for your buck.
Streamlined course loads
Bypass unnecessary general ed courses
Individualized plan to maximize your transferability
The days of having a set degree plan that you have to follow are over. The Associate in Science and Arts program is 60 credit hours, but it’s flexible so you can really get the courses you need for the school you plan to transfer to after Kirtland.
Who does well in it?
People who are:
able to see the big picture
preparing for the future