Coast Guard

Coast GuardEducational concentrations are designed to meet the specific needs of Coast Guard members who are working full time while they pursue an associate or bachelor's degree.

Coast Guard Degree Pathways Program (CGDPP) offered:

Associate of Science in Science Mathematics and Technology

  • concentration in Computer Information Systems for the Information Systems Technician (IT) Rating

Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies

  • concentration in Culinary Arts Management for the Food Service Technician (FS) Rating

In cooperation with the National Fire Academy, the Emergency Management Institute and the Federal Emergency Management Agency as agencies of FEMA within the Department of Homeland Security, the college offers leading-edge educational concentrations in:

  • Emergency Management
  • Fire Service Administration

SOCCOAST programs:

Associate of Science in Sciene Mathematics & Technology

  • concentration in Computer Information Systems

Bachelor of Science in Business, Management and Economics

  • concentration in Criminal Justice Administration
  • concentration in Homeland Security Administration

Bachelor of Science in Community and Human Services

  • concentration in Criminal Justice Administration
  • concentration in Computer Crime & Security Management
  • concentration in Emergency Management
  • concentration in Homeland Security

Other programs of interest:

  • Natural Science
  • Applied Mathematics

As a member of the Coast Guard, you can design your concentration within any one of our 12 areas of study. Guided by a faculty mentor, you will develop a degree that maximizes your transfer credit and meets your educational career goals.