Career Pathways Program
Looking to earn your high school equivalency? Why not take it one step further?
With Monroe's Career Pathways program, you'll get your high school equivalency while earning a college degree. And you'll graduate with the targeted skills that employers want.
Once accepted into Monroe’s Career Pathway program, you’ll be taking college classes immediately. Over the course of the first year, you will earn the 24 credits that New York State requires for your high school equivalency. Then, you’ll be just two semesters away from earning your associate degree. This means you can earn your high school equivalency and associate degree in less than two years.
How it Works
After you earn 24 credits, you're eligible to earn your high school equivalency. The next 36 credits you earn lead toward your associate degree. You can do this in just five semesters – less than two years!
It's the best of both worlds. You get your GED and your associate degree at the same time.
Associates in Criminal Justice, 2019
How We Support You
Small classes. Tutoring. Exceptional support. Even if you've been out of school for a while, we'll make sure you succeed.
This webinar will give you an overview of our Career Pathways program. Learn how you can earn your high school equivalency and your Associate degree at the same time.