COTC offers some career-ready associate degrees and
certificates and transfer associate
degrees in full at the Coshocton campus* through a
combination of in-person and remote learning.**
Individual general education courses for COTC’s
50+ programs or transfer-friendly credit to other state
universities are also available.
Plus, high school students participate in our College
Credit Plus program earning transfer-friendly college
credit – some finishing a certificate or associate degree
before they earn their high school diploma – and saving thousands
on their college tuition.
Career-ready Associate Degrees
Gain the skills for a new career or career advancement with a
two-year associate degree:
Gain the job skills for a career in one or two semesters. COTC
certificates also count toward an associate degree, helping
students advance on a long-term career path:
Transfer Associate Degrees
Complete the first two years of a bachelor’s degree:
Transfer seamlessly to any public four-year institution in Ohio,
and even a few private universities. Our transfer degrees are the
equivalent of the first two years of a bachelor’s degree, so you
can enter the university as a junior.
College Credit Plus
College Credit Plus (CCP) is an opportunity to earn both high
school and college credits at the same time — at no cost to you.
Students who are eligible to participate in CCP can pursue, and
in some cases complete, a certificate or an associate degree
while in high school.
These certificate programs begin in Autumn.
Read more about CCP.
A mix of industry professional development and personal
enrichment classes are offered by the Career and Technical
Education Centers of Licking County (C-TEC) through a partnership
- American Heart Association (AHA) CPR First Aid course
- Fire Extinguisher Training
- HAZWOPER Awareness (Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency
- National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER)
- OSHA 10-General Industry
To register for any of the above non-credit courses, visit
For questions, please contact Kyle Fulton at 740.364.2333 or
*While we make every effort to run the following programs in
full at the Coshocton campus, some courses and/or programs may be
canceled due to low enrollment.
**Remote learning options include courses that are delivered
online, via Zoom or in our video-connected
classrooms. View all learning