Programs of Study, Degrees and Certificates
At Otero Junior College don't just think about your future but take action now to make it a reality. OJC offers more than fifty academic programs to choose from. Your Future Starts Now at OJC - you have options! Choose from our many workforce ready Associate of Applied Science Degrees (AAS); or our Associate of Arts (AA) and Associate of Science (AS) transfer degrees for a Bachelor's degree at one of Colorado's four-year institutions; or Vocational, Career and Technical Certificate programs designed to provide the student with the skills necessary to find entrance level employment in their educational program.
2019 - 2020 Otero Junior College Catalog of Educational Programs and Services
Learn more about OJC Academic Policies here including Degree Guidelines, FERPA and Academic Renewal information.
OJC offers a wide array of Degrees & Certificates. Learn more about our Associate of Arts Degree, Associate of Science Degree, General Associate Degree and one of the many Certificate Programs that are available.
The Nursing and Health Professions Department offers Associate of Applied Science degrees in Nursing, Medical Laboratory Technician and Health Navigation. Related healthcare certificates in Community Health Worker, Practical Nursing, and EMT are also offered.
OJC offers more than fifty academic programs, everything from Accounting to Studio Art, from Business Management to Nursing. Learn more about the program that best suits you.
All the schedules that you need for the year ahead including Summer & Fall Class Schedule, Quick Course Guide & Hybrid Course Guide. The CCC Online Course schedule and the current OJC Catalog is also here.
OJC has developed partnerships with four-year colleges and universities to provide students a smooth pathway to earn your bachelor's degree. Learn more about your next move.
OJC and ACE is engaged in an Alternative Credit Project™ to encourage greater acceptance of students’ alternative credit and create a more flexible pathway towards post-secondary education attainment for the more than 32 million non-traditional students who may have some college credit but no degree.