With more than 50 degrees and certificates in several career pathways, there’s something for everyone at Galveston College. Credentials earned at Galveston College include associate degrees, university-transfer credits, career-technical certificates and a bachelor degree in Nursing and Healthcare Management. Follow a clear career pathway to ensure you take the right classes to reach your individual goal.
Programs of Study and Career Pathways
Allied Health / Health SciencesLearn More
Arts and HumanitiesLearn More
Engineering and Math
Business, and Industry
Arts & Humanities:
- General Studies (AA)
- Health and Physical Education
- Political Science/Government
- Speech Communication
Allied Health/Health Sciences:
- Computerized Tomography (CT)
- Diagnostic Medical Sonography
- Emergency Medical Services
- Healthcare Management
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
- Medical Administration
- Nuclear Medicine Technology
- Radiation Therapy
- Surgical Technology
Science Technology Engineering and Math
- Computer Science
- General Studies (AS)
- Pre-Professional Health
- Health Science
Computer Science and Information Technology:
Public Services, Business, & Industry:
Associate of Arts (A.A.) (CIP 24.0100)
Associate of Science (A.S.) (CIP 24.0100)
Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.)
Radiologic Health Sciences
Bachelor of Science - Nursing (CIP 51.3801)
Career Coach is a FREE online tool designed to help you find a great career by providing the most current local data on wages, employment, job postings, and associated education and training.
Through a simple keyword search, you can learn about the employment prospects of differing careers. The real-time information is customized to the College’s geographic region and includes detailed wage estimates and up-to-date job postings associated with any career. Users are directed to the College’s programs when searching for specific jobs.
Career Coach also includes a built-in resume builder to help students and jobseekers quickly put together an updated resume with key skills and previous job experiences.
Financial aid is available to help eligible part-time and full-time students pay for college. It can be a combination of grants, loans and work-study.
In addition to federal and state aid, scholarships are a great way to help with the cost of your education. To learn more about the types of scholarships and deadlines.