AACC offers 54 degrees and 62 certificates through our five schools. From accounting to early childhood education, from nursing to creative writing—if you want to earn credit toward a degree or certificate, there’s an academic program here for you.
We've tried to make finding the right academic program easier by sorting them into broad topics. Choose one of the areas below and explore your academic options.
Gain the knowledge and skills to be successful in the competitive field of business.
Acquire problem-solving skills and technical competency within the ever-changing field of computer science and technology.
Education is a steady, rewarding profession that offers the chance to influence students' lives through teaching, administration, curriculum development and even school system planning. There are many paths to becoming a teacher and whether your interests are in adult, early childhood, elementary, secondary or special education, AACC’s TEACH Institute provides extensive support – from credit degrees and certificates to ongoing continuing professional training.
Learn to innovate, invent, build, maintain and use the tools and machines with which our world is built. In short, learn to engineer.
No matter what you do or where you go, a mastery of words will give you an advantage.
Acquire the knowledge and skills to improve the health of your fellow human beings.
Criminal justice and public safety are at the center of many of today's pressing issues. Be a part of the solution.
Gain the skills to be an integral part of the dynamic and growing hospitality industry.
Do you find the intricacies of our legal system fascinating? Does a juicy Supreme Court ruling make your day? If so, you may want to explore a career in law.
Develop analytical skills, computer-based problem-solving ability and the use of mathematical reasoning.
Immerse yourself in the discipline of careful observation and scientific experimentation.
Cultivate your sense of community, art, civilization’s achievements and failures – past and present.
Develop an appreciation of the visual arts across varying fields of study, artistic styles and media.
Some students come to AACC knowing exactly what they want to do. They want to be an economist or paleontologist or something you and I have never heard of. Do we have that major? Maybe. Maybe not. But don't despair, we might have something better.
The Transfer Studies, Associate of Arts (A.A.). allows you to explore different subjects or concentrate on a specific course plan while completing your state of Maryland general education requirements. If you hope to transfer to a specific program or school, one of our advisors can help structure your AACC studies specifically for that purpose.