Martin Community College offers associate, diploma, and certificate degrees in a wide range of programs. The diplomas and certificates provide specific job training in particular fields that take less time to complete than a two-year degree. All of the programs at Martin Community College are designed to teach academics and technical skills to help students be prepared to enter the workforce as quickly as possible or transfer to another educational institution.
As requested by the Department of Education, information about certain Title IV programs is listed below. Each program is linked to job information on the U.S. Department of Labor’s O*NET Web site. Current information on education/training, earnings, and job opportunities is available. Occupations are listed along with the corresponding Standard Occupation Classification (SOC) Codes. The listing of students’ Median Debt incurred for the past academic year is not included for some programs due to low enrollment in the programs. The listing of On-time Completion Rates is not included for some programs due to low enrollment in the programs. At this time, Martin Community College does not require job placement rates of students completing programs.