Turks and Caicos Islands Community College

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Associate Degree in Architectural Design and Building Technology (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in Automotive Engineering Technology (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in Business Studies (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in Computer & Electronics Engineering Technology (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in Computer Studies (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in Criminal Justice (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in Culinary Arts (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in General Studies (Humanities) (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in Hospitality Management (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in Information Technology (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in Marine Biology (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in Primary Education (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in Registered Nursing (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in Science (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in Social Work (LOCAL)


Associate Degree in Tourism Management (LOCAL)


B.Ed. in Primary Education (LOCAL)


Bsc in Business Administration (CCCJ)


Bsc in Early Childhood Education (LOCAL)


Bsc in Hospitality and Tourism Management (CCCJ)


Bsc in Social Work (LOCAL)


Certificate in Pre-College I (ver 2.0) (LOCAL)

This course is for students with little or no exposure to CXC or exposure in their desired area of studies. Pre-college I is designed to be completed in FOUR SEMESTERS. Students enrolled in pre-college I will compete semester 1 and Semester 2 of pre-college 1, and upon successful completion will matriculate into semester 1 and semester 2 (semester 3 and 4 respectively) of the PRE-COLLEGE II program.

Certificate in Pre-College II (ver 2.0) (LOCAL)

This course is for students with CXC exposure but didn’t meet the 5 passes minimum (incl. Math, English and related subjects) to be admitted into the associate's degree program. Pre-college II is designed to be completed in 2 SEMESTERS. A student in PRE-COLLEGE II may be exempted from taking English (ENG 1111 and ENG 1122) or mathematic (MTH 1110 and MTH 1120) if he/she has passed at CXC / GCSE level.

Certificate in Short Courses - Nursing (LOCAL)