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There are two things you can do with a Kirkwood degree. You can take a career program that puts you right into the workforce, or try a liberal arts transfer program that sets you up to earn credits in a friendly, lower-cost environment and transfer to a four-year college or university.


Kirkwood's certificates and diplomas are much like career program degrees, but take less time. Maybe you already have a bachelorís degree, but you want specialized training to give your career a boost. These short-term certificate programs will beef up your resume or help you move through the ranks at your current organization. Check out one of the more than 40 certificates and diplomas that Kirkwood offers.


Kirkwood offers more than 130 different courses online. Some of Kirkwood's degrees are offered completely online! Check out the growing list of degrees Kirkwood offers completely online.


Maybe you're looking for a degree, but worried about work and family commitments. Adult Accelerted courses are just for you. Classes meet once weekly and last either five or 10 weeks.


Depending on the education you want, the various Kirkwood centers can help you get started, and often times complete what you want:

  • Earn a two-year degree
  • Get your GED or an adult high school diploma
  • Earn college credit in high school
  • Take accelerated courses