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Choose this Pathway to Make a Lasting Community Impact 

Do you enjoy learning about society and wonder who we are and how we got here? Are you curious about the workings of the human mind and behavior? Do you value cultural expression and diversity? Do you want to teach others and inspire others?  

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Find the Path That's Right for You

You can complete an assessment to see what careers are related to your strengths, interests and values, see which STLCC programs match your career goals, and explore different career pathways based on your STLCC program of study.

Career Coach allows you to build your knowledge of common work activities, essential skills, required educational level and salary data related to your career of interest.

How the Career Coach Assessment Works

  1. Complete a career assessment
  2. Explore career options
  3. Build a resume

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Education, Public Services, and Social Sciences Programs

Please note that not all of the programs listed are for-credit programs. Programs marked with the following abbreviations are considered for-credit programs: Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Fine Arts (AFA), Associate in Science (AS), Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT), Associate in Applied Science (AAS), Certificate of Proficiency (CP), and Certificate of Specialization (CS).


Ignite your passion for shaping the minds of tomorrow through our dynamic education programs.

Public Service

Become a catalyst for positive change and make a real impact on our society through STLCC's public service programs.

Legal Studies

Gain a certificate or degree with a specialized focus on legal studies, paving the way for an exciting career in the dynamic world of law.

Criminal Justice 

Dive into entry-level careers in law enforcement, the courts and corrections with the power of a degree or certificate in criminal justice.

Social Sciences

Unleash your academic prowess and earn a transferable associate of arts degree in the fields of sociology, anthropology or history.

Transfer Degree

A general transfer degree will set you up for a smooth transition to the four-year school of your choice and help you hit the ground running toward your bachelor's degree. 

Come as you are. See what you become.

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