- Advanced Manufacturing
- Arts, Design, & Humanities
- Business & Marketing
- Computer Science & Information Technology
- Criminal Justice & Public Safety
- Science, Engineering, & Health
- Technical & Workforce Programs
- Transfer Programs
Advanced Manufacturing in the United States has changed dramatically. Today's workers require high-tech precision machining skills to operate leading-edge technology in clean, well-lit manufacturing environments.
Arts, Design, & Humanities
Programs include short-term training to prepare graduates for immediate employment in the visual arts and design fields, as well as two-year associate degree programs that prepare well-rounded students capable of transferring successfully to a four-year college or university.
Business & Marketing
Business and Marketing programs prepare students for a variety of careers working in office environments, starting their own businesses, or transferring to a four-year college or university. Programs range from short-term career studies certificates lasting one to two semesters, to full two-year associate degrees that may lead to additional employment prospects and higher wages.
Computer Science & Information Technology
DCC Computer Science and IT programs prepare graduates for well-paying and in-demand careers in cyber security, database administration, software and mobile app development, network architecture, computer support, and more.
Criminal Justice & Public Safety
These programs prepare graduates to work in law enforcement, corrections, public safety, or in private security/investigations firms.
DCC's education programs span a wide range of age groups and careers. Graduates of the Associate in Applied Science and the Career Studies Certificate may seek immediate employment in daycare or elementary school settings as a teacher 's aide after graduation. Associate degree students may also choose to transfer to a four-year university to become a K-12 school teacher.
Science, Engineering, & Health
These programs, which range in length from 10 weeks to two years, prepare graduates to fill health care or science-related jobs that continue to see high growth across the country. Different programs are designed for immediate employment after graduation, or transfer to a four-year college or university.
Technical & Workforce Programs
Technical & Workforce programs are designed to prepare graduates fro immediate employment. These areas of study are a good fit for students who enjoy working with their hands, problem-solving, and applying practical techniques. Many certificate programs are short-term and provide the opportunity to earn valuable industry credentials to make graduates more competitive in the workplace.
For programs intended to culminate in a bachelor's degree. DCC has guaranteed admission or articulation agreements with 40+ colleges and universities for graduates who meet certain guidelines.
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Dr. Jacqueline M. Gill Hired as President of Danville Community College
Dr. Glenn DuBois, chancellor of Virginia’s Community Colleges, announced today that Dr. Jacqueline M. Gill, currently of Lee’s Summit, Missouri, has been hired as the next permanent president of Danville Community College. She will assume the role at the beginning of July. Gill’s selection caps off a national search that attracted 80 applicants.
432 Volunteer Hours Logged at DCC During Day to Engage
Danville Community College partnered with the Center for Community Engagement and Career Competitiveness on Friday, April 26, as part of the community’s annual event series: Day to Engage.
DCC Nursing Program Ranked First in State, One of the Best in Nation
The nursing program at Danville Community College (DCC) has been named number one in the Commonwealth of Virginia and one of the best nursing schools in the nation by RNCareers.org. This marks the second time this year that the college’s nursing program has been recognized as first in the state.