Whether you enjoy working with people, products or numbers, careers in business and finance can be found in nearly every interest and industry, from healthcare to manufacturing and information technology. Because the exchange of goods and services happens in every corner of the globe and operations management is critical to success, your business skills can be applied anywhere.
Students looking for rewarding careers working with plants and animals have multiple options in the Agriculture Science | Natural Resources pathway. From caring for sick pets to studying complex ecosystems, students gain valuable hands-on experience in two distinct programs.
Students looking to make a difference in the lives of others have several options at RCTC. From working with at-risk youth to helping others stay healthy, RCTC has seven challenging and exciting opportunities within the Behavior | Education | Personal Services pathway.
From our multiple recording studios to our ceramics studio to our television studio, students looking to pursue a career in communication, fine and visual arts, and digital technology will love the opportunities RCTC offers.
The Construction, Technology, and Transportation pathway is all about designing, building, maintaining, and creating the tools and spaces we live, work, and play in every day.
The demand for trained specialists in all areas of healthcare has never been greater. RCTC offers comprehensive learning opportunities in several bedside and chairside patient care, as well as laboratory and medical office careers.
Protecting, serving, and helping those in need—just some of what RCTC’s peace officer and public safety programs allow students to do.
RCTC's Liberal Arts and Individualized Studies associate degrees offer students coursework which prepares them to continue with their studies as a four-year college or university, or enter the workforce.
Right now, some of the most in-demand career opportunities are in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math. RCTC offers seven STEM-related academic and career pathways.
Minnesota State Transfer Pathways are designed so you can complete a specific associate degree at a Minnesota State college and transfer to a Minnesota State University to earn a bachelor’s degree without losing credits or taking extra courses. Transfer Pathways can be a great resource for saving time and money as you work toward graduation.
Minnesota Transfer Curriculum
Faculty / Administration Credentials
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