Crafton Hills College has organized their degree and certificate programs into five Career and Academic Pathways (CAPS) and created an Exploratory CAP for students who are undecided and/or wanting to explore their options at Crafton. All majors have been categorized based on areas of interest, similar career paths, common required skills, and comparable coursework requirements to help students identify which CAP aligns best with their personality, interests, and major/career goals.
Career and Academic Pathways
Accounting American Sign Language Anatomy and Physiology Anthropology Arabic Art Biology Business Administration Chemistry Child Development and Education Communication Studies Computer Science Dance Economics Emergency Medical Services Engineering English Environmental Science (Multidisciplinary Studies) Fine Arts (Multidisciplinary Studies) Fire Technology Geography Geology Health Health Sciences (Multidisciplinary Studies) History Humanities Humanities (Multidisciplinary Studies) Japanese Kinesiology Liberal Studies - Teacher Preparation (Multidisciplinary Studies) Marketing Mathematics Microbiology Multicultural Studies Multimedia Multiple Sciences (Multidisciplinary Studies) Music Paramedic Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Radiologic Technology Religious Studies Respiatory Care Social Science (Multidisciplinary Studies) Sociology Spanish Theatre Arts
Designed for those interested in careers such as accounting, web development, and management. It also encompasses fields such as computer information systems, economics, and multimedia technology.
Designed for those interested in learning a second language or pursuing careers such as music, art, and graphic design. It also encompasses fields such as digital animation, web development, and theatre.
Focuses on high tech careers related to fields such as biology, chemistry, computer science, and physics.
Designed for those interested in career fields involving social work, psychologist, and teaching. It also includes the study of child development, culture, and society.