Your educational journey begins here.
Whether you want to save money by pursing an Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Science (AS), or Associate in Engineering Science (AES) before transferring to attain your bachelor's degree or are looking for an affordable way to develop skills for a new career, IVCC has an option for you.
Want to earn your bachelor's degree at a fraction of the cost? Begin at IVCC and work with our counselors to pursue a seamless transfer to the college or university of your choice.
Lincoln College - Normal - IVCC partners with Lincoln College to offer Accelerated Bachelors Degrees for Adult Learners and to launch the Accelerated Bridge to Education (ABE) Program on the IVCC campus.
The ABE Program will offer IVCC alumni with AA, AS, and some AAS degrees the chance to pursue a bachelors degree in business administration, liberal arts, health services administration, and criminal justice studies. By attending 1 night class per week for 5 weeks, students will be able to earn up to 27 credit hours throughout the calendar year.
Franklin University is a private, nonprofit institution of higher education investing solely in student
success. Franklin accepts more of your community college credits than most other institutions,
which helps you save time and money toward your degree.
• Transfer up to 94 semester hours through Franklin’s 3 + 1 program
• Low tuition: no increased, out-of-state rates
• Earn your degree without leaving your community (100% online)
• Receive a free transfer credit evaluation
• Franklin transfer tool: Estimate your transfer credit.
Applied Associate Degrees
Applied Associate Degrees are usually 2 year programs (full-time) designed to prepare the student for employment. A specified number of general education classes in subject areas such as English and math are required, depending on the program.
Agricultural Business Management
Office Professional (Formerly Business Technology)
Computer Aided Engineering & Design
Computer Networking Administration
Early Childhood Education
Electronics & Electricians
Medical Lab Technology (Coop with KCC)
Radiologic Technology (Coop with Sauk)
A certificate program requires 1 to 4 semesters of course work which prepares the student for a specific academic or vocational career. Classes are taken only in the student's chosen career area.
Accounting (Basic and Advanced)
• Basic Automotive
• Advanced Automotive
• Auto Brake, Suspension, and Alignment
• Engine Performance
Office Professional I (Formerly Business Technologist I)
Office Professional II (Formerly Business Technologist II)
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
Certified Production Technician (CPT)
Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)
• Architectural/Civil CAD
• Mechanical/Electronic CAD
• Basic CAD
Computer Numerical Control Operators
Early Childhood Education Gateways Credential
Infant/Toddler Gateways Credential
Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Machinist & Tool & Die Making
Practical Nursing (LPN)
Process Operations Technology
Renewable Wind Energy Technician (Basic and Advanced)
• Advanced Clinical Therapeutic Massage
Truck Driver Training (Basic and Advanced)
• Welding Advanced Construction
• Welding Basic Construction
• Welding GMAW
• Welding GTAW
• Welding OAW
• Welding Production