Students are offered a variety of undergraduate academic degrees and certificates at Cankdeska Cikana.
Associate of Arts
Associate of Science
|Business Administration||Health, Physical Education & Recreation (HPER)|
|Indigenous Studies||Natural Resource Management|
|Early Childhood Education||Pre-Engineering|
Associate of Applied Science
|Professional Driver Training - CDL|
|Early Childhood Education|
In March 1994, the State Board of Higher Education adopted a General Education Transfer Agreement (G.E.R.T.A.). This agreement was created to help students when they transfer between institutions comprising the North Dakota University System (NDUS). CCCC is formally recognized by the NDUS as a Silver Certificate institution. By knowing what general education classes and credits will transfer prior to actually transferring, students can better plan and make use of their time and resources, both at the student’s original campus and at the campus to which the student transfers.
The categories are English (ND:ENGL), Speech (ND:COMM), Fine Arts Activities (ND:FA), Humanities (ND:HUM), History (ND:HIST), Social Science (ND:SS), Laboratory Science (ND: LABSC), Mathematics (ND:MATH), Computer Science (ND:COMPSC), and Science and Technology (ND:SCI).
The Associate of Arts (AA) and Associate of Science (AS) degree consist primarily of diverse, introductory-level courses in academic and professional areas and require a minimum of 60 semester credit hours. This degree prepares students for transfer to baccalaureate programs and/or for seeking employment.
The Associate of Applied (AAS) degree combines vocational-technical course work with academic course work. In the vocational-technical specialty field, the degree prepares students for employment. The academic area provides a broader education than would be available in a certificate program but less than in the Associate of Arts or Associate of Science program. The AAS requires a minimum of 60 semester credit hours.
A certificate of completion is awarded for successful completion of vocational-technical programs. Certificate programs provide vocational skills training, and can be completed in one year or less. The number of required credits varies by program. A student may complete a prescribed course of study and apply for certification through the Registrar’s Office.