Whether you choose to attend full-time or part-time, we can help you chart a course to success.
Degrees and Programs
TBCC offers a variety of certificates and degrees that can help lead to family wage jobs and advancement in a variety of fields. Certificates take fewer credit hours to complete and Associate degrees can be completed in two years in most cases. Sometimes you know the field you want to study and other times you may need a little help getting started. If you are trying to figure out what you would like to do, we are here to help. A Career Education Advisor has resources to help you learn about careers and decide what degree or certificate program is right for you.
A Career Pathway is a series of connected education and training opportunities with student support services that enable individuals to secure a job or advance in a field that is high wage and high demand.
Career Pathways Roadmaps provide students, advisors and counselors, returning students, and the community with a visual tool that shows options and opportunities and helps them make choices as they design their education and career plans. Each Roadmap includes common information elements and follows standards so that all Roadmaps have a similar look across the State of Oregon. Look for the Roadmaps at the bottom of each specific degree page.
A TBCC Career Education Advisor can help you create an academic plan that will keep you on track to reach your goal no matter whether you are seeking to earn transfer credits to apply to a four-year degree at a university, preparing to enter the workforce or simply taking courses specific to the skills you are trying to obtain to advance in your current career.
Areas of Study
Intended for students who want to earn a college degree and gain technical skills in a specific area.
Intended for students who want to transfer to a 4-year College or University and earn a Bachelor’s Degree
Intended for students who want to enter the work force with more advanced skills.
Partnership in Healthcare
Ever thought about a career as a Medical Assistant? Read attached PDF for more information. One day event Tuesday, April 25, 2017, from 12 Noon – 1:00 PM.
TBCC has developed partnerships with several colleges and Tillamook Regional Medical Center to provide training for several healthcare occupations in Tillamook County. These certificates and degrees are granted by partner colleges, but TBCC offers program prerequisites, general education requirements, related coursework, and sometimes program courses. Complete program information including degree requirements is published in TBCC College Catalog. You can visit each of the colleges below to learn more or speak with a Career Education Advisor.