Limited Enrollment and Specialty Programs
Admission to CCAC does not constitute admission to a limited enrollment or specialty program. Students interested in pursuing one of these programs should discuss the admission requirements with an academic advisor and the program coordinator.
For current course and program details see the CCAC Online Catalog.
Central Service Technician
Computed Assisted Tomography (CAT Scanning)
Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Health Information Technology
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI Scanning)
Massage Therapy (Certificate)
Massage Therapist (Certificate)
Medical Insurance Specialist
Medical Laboratory Assistant
Medical Laboratory Technician
Nuclear Medicine Technology
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Physical Therapist Assistant
Radiation Therapy Technology
Radiologic Technologist (X-ray)
Surgical Technologist (degree)
Surgical Technology (certificate)
Trades Programs 2
Building Construction Apprenticeship
Electrical Construction (JATC/IBEW) Technology Apprenticeship
Heavy Equipment Operating Engineers
Sheet Metal Worker Apprenticeship
Stationary Operating Engineers
Land Administration 3
Education, Social & Behavioral and
Human Services programs (ED/SB/HS)
American Sign Language English Interpreting 4
Early Childhood Director Core Certificate 3 or 5
Labor and Management Studies 6
1The Health programs at CCAC are limited enrollment programs. This means that you cannot enroll in Health courses without having formally applied and been accepted into a program. This application is separate from your general CCAC application. Each program has unique admission requirements. For more information on applying to an Allied Health Career Program, please email your program of choice and your US Postal Mailing address to Allied Health Career Programs Admission Information. Applications are not available online.
2The construction trade technology training programs are open to all qualifying students. These programs are offered in conjunction with the Joint Apprenticeship committees of the building trades and the Pennsylvania Department of Labor. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania awards certificates of completion to those who complete one of these apprenticeship programs. Admission is by competitive testing and interviews with a joint Apprenticeship Committee.
3The program requires an associate degree.
4The program requires students complete the American Sign Language Certificate or American Sign Language (ASL) proficiency exam with a minimum level 2 score or American Sign Language Proficiency Interview (ASLPI) minimum level 2 score. See American Sign Language and Interpreting Programs for details.
5Requires a baccalaureate degree.
6Candidates will be selected by their unions or industries.