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Professional and Technical Programs

Did you know there are more than 1,200 tech businesses within a 10-mile radius of Cascadia's campus? You can earn a certificate and enter the workforce or stack certificates towards a two-year degree. Whatever direction you choose, you’ll be working on a career track that’s in high-demand in the Puget Sound region, with employers willing to pay top dollar for skilled workers.

Environmental Technologies & Sustainable Practices

Two-year degree and Certificate

Master the skills required to help organizations comply with energy regulations, reduce consumption, and implement sustainable practices.

Homeland Security & Emergency Management

Two-year degree and Certificate

Prepare to plan, manage, and improve outcomes of disasters by learning to access and disseminate information through multiple agencies, develop policies, procedures, and protocols, and assume leadership roles in emergency situations.

Networking Infrastructure Technology

Two-year degree and Certificates

Enter the workforce with a set of skills that are in demand by large public and private organization prepared to design, roll out, and maintain an organization’s hardware and software network infrastructure. Whether you’re launching or rebooting your career, this degree will give you the experience and skills you need to find a job as an IT professional. This degree program will prepare you to enter the workforce with a set of skills that are in demand by large public and private organization

Web Application Programming

Two-year degree and Certificates

Get the experience and the tools you need to be a successful a web developer: designing, creating, and testing new web applications.

 

Gainful Employment Program Disclosure

Regulations published in the Federal Register on October 29, 2010, require institutions to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV eligible educational programs that lead to gainful employment (GE programs) in a recognized occupation. Those regulations also provide that institutions must disclose to prospective students certain information about the institution's GE Programs.

Information for each qualified Gainful Employment program at Cascadia is provided below.