We offer over 120 degrees and certificates in over 40 programs for you to choose from.
Whether you're seeking a short-term certificate to level up your current job or a bachelor's degree to put you on a whole new career path, Clover Park Technical College has lots of options for you.
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For a full list of CPTC programs in alphabetical order, visit www.cptc.edu/programs.
Open the door to additional career opportunities with a Bachelor of Applied Science degree from CPTC.
Designed for busy professionals, our human-centered hybrid delivery model offer hands-on learning to help students gain real-world work experience as they learn.
Bachelor Degree Program Options:
The School of Aerospace and Aviation is located at our South Hill Campus adjacent to Thun Field in Puyallup. There, our college offers degree and certificate programs that provide the skills needed for a successful career in the aviation industry. Courses are designed for those interested in aviation and who want to become professional pilots or perform repairs on all types and sizes of private and commercial aircraft. Graduates earn industry credentials, such as private, commercial, instrument, and multi-engine pilot ratings, FAA airframe and powerplant certificates, and avionics certificates.
Employment opportunities may include positions with major or regional airlines, flight instruction facilities, aircraft and rotocraft repair and maintenance facilities, corporate jet refurbishing repair stations, and aircraft/component manufacturing.
The School of Automotive and Trades offers several degree and certificate programs that provide the skills needed for a successful career in a wide number of technical fields. Courses are designed for students to gain fundamental mechanical skills to fit their program and career area. Graduates earn college credentials along with industry-recognized certifications that meet industry standards. Several of these programs are recognized in the state of Washington as specialty electrical training programs for Limited Energy (06) and HVAC/Refrigeration (06A).
Employment opportunities may include positions with local automobile dealerships, automotive repair shops, construction companies, heating and refrigeration companies, electrical/mechanical and industrial maintenance companies.
Courses and programs in the School of Advanced Manufacturing are designed to provide hands-on learning experience to develop fundamental technical skills and build expertise in electrical systems, programmable logical controllers, mechanical systems, sensors and actuators, robotics, CNC machine centers and quality assurance. Graduates earn college credentials along with a wide range of industry-recognized certifications that apply to growing industries in automation, robotics, manufacturing, instrumentation and process control, and supply chain logistics equipment.
This school prepares students for careers in the private sector and personal services industry. Graduates enjoy careers in accounting, retail and restaurant management. People who like to create and enjoy fine food will find our culinary and pastry arts programs provide the necessary preparation for careers in fine dining. If you are creative more towards personal services, you can find many of our cosmetology, massage and esthetics graduates in the finest salons in the area.
Clover Park Technical College offers a variety of health sciences and human services programs to prepare students for careers in the health care, early childhood and human services industries. We offer a variety of allied health programs, both in direct and indirect patient care. If your passion is more towards behavioral health, then our Human Services program would be for you. Interested in education and working with children? Our Early Childhood Education program has multiple options for specialization. Wherever your passion is within the fields of health and human development, this school can offer the path for you.
Do you have a dream of being a nurse? Clover Park Technical College has been training nurses since 1962, and our nursing programs offer numerous options to prepare students for careers in the nursing industry. We train graduates with the knowledge and skills to begin careers as a nursing assistant or licensed practical nurse. Additionally, we have pre-nursing courses that can prepare students to transfer to four-year programs to earn a bachelor’s degree.
Courses and programs in the School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Design are tailored to industry standards and offer a hands-on approach to developing the skills needed for a successful career in any of our program fields. Graduates earn college credentials along with industry-recognized certificates in their related field of study.
- Architectural Engineering Design
- Bachelor of Applied Science in Cybersecurity
- Bachelor of Applied Science in Interior Design
- Bachelor of Applied Science in Operations Management
- Computer Programming
- Digital Entertainment Design and Production
- Environmental Sciences & Technology
- Graphic Technologies
- Interior Design
- Network Operations & System Security