Dallas County Community College District

Dallas County, Texas

One of the largest community college systems in Texas, serving more than 120,000 students each year

DCCCD
  • 7 Accredited Colleges
  • 300+ Technical Degrees & Certificates
  • 123,000 Credit, Workforce & Community Students
  • 3 Million People Served

One of the largest community college systems in Texas, serving more than 120,000 students each year

DCCCD
  • 7 Accredited Colleges
  • 300+ Technical Degrees & Certificates
  • 123,000 Credit, Workforce & Community Students
  • 3 Million People Served

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Why DCCCD
“The best part of the program was the teachers. They are knowledgeable in their field because they work in it, and they are caring people.”
Vanessa H. Nguyen, RRT Respiratory Therapist, Methodist Dallas Medical Center
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Featured Programs at DCCCD

Multimedia Technology

In the Multimedia Technology program, you’ll learn to combine technical skills, artistic expression and critical thinking by using the latest software and new media tools.

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Commercial Music

Turn your love of music into a profitable career by developing musical and technical skills in the Commercial Music program.

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Additional Programs in Arts/Communication at DCCCD: Fashion Design, Digital Art and Design, Digital Media Technology, Video Technology, Visual Communications

Business Office Systems and Support

Whether you have little computer experience or are an experienced professional, there's a place for you in Business Office Systems and Support.

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Business Administration

With the Business Administration program, you'll have what it takes to begin or advance your career. You can also build a skill set to start your own business.

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Additional Programs in Business at DCCCD: Accounting, International Business and Trade, Logistics, Supply Chain, Manufacturing Technology, Management, Mortgage Banking, and Real Estate

Child Development/Early Child Education

Want to have make a meaningful impact on the life of a child? A career in Child Development/Early Childhood Education could be just right for you.

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Education Courses and Teaching Degrees

Education courses help develop an understanding of how people learn and develop throughout life.

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Additional Programs in Education at DCCCD: Preschool, Elementary, Middle School, and Secondary School Teacher, and Coach

Invasive Cardiovascular Technology

The Invasive Cardiovascular Technology program is a challenging, multifaceted program designed to produce well-trained, highly qualified medical professionals.

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Medical Laboratory Technology

Medical laboratory technologists perform research that helps unravel the mysteries of the human body.

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Additional Programs in Health Science at DCCCD: Nursing, Cardiac Sonography, Dental Hygiene, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Occupational Therapy, Surgical Technologist, Veterinary Technology

Paralegal

The Paralegal program is designed to teach you to work as a paralegal to attorneys.

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Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice programs provide valuable knowledge in working effectively in corrections, probation, government and private security settings.

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Additional Programs in Human/Public Service at DCCCD: Conflict Management, Government, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Substance Abuse Counseling

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology

Keep Texas cool. Heating and air-conditioning systems technicians are always in demand in Texas.

Advanced Manufacturing/Mechatronics Technology

Get hands-on training and build your skill set in our Advanced Manufacturing/Mechatronics Technology program.

Auto Body Technology

Learn how to repair, rebuild and refinish cars damaged in collisions, whether it's for work or hobby.

Automotive Technology

Jump start your automotive career. Get specialized in engine repair and transmission service.

Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD)

Learn to prepare technical drawings used to build everything from manufactured products to buildings and pipelines.

Construction/Building Inspector

Make sure all building codes and ordinances, zoning regulations and contract specifications are followed.

Construction Management

Plan and manage where we live, work and thrive from home building and remodeling to office buildings, roads, bridges, airports, and more.

Construction Technology

Join a hands-on construction program with both residential and commercial specializations.

Electrical Technology (Construction)

Get trained to be an apprentice electrician, prepare for licensing exams or upgrade your current skills.

Engine Technology

Go right to work or start your next engine project whether boats, motorcycles and even lawnmowers.

Logistics Technology

Make sure that products are transported efficiently and as quickly as possible with a specialty in logistics.

Welding Technology

Make metal your life with a high-demand job whether on a pipeline, on a car or with big machinery.

Computer Information Technology

The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program prepares you for today’s constantly changing workplace with four separate career paths.

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Biology

Start your education path in biology. Biologists study the structure, function, growth, origin, evolution and distribution of living organisms.

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Additional Programs in Stem/IT at DCCCD: Biochemistry, Computer Science, Cyber Security, Environmental Science, Information Technology, Interactive Simulation and Game Technology, Mathematics, and Renewable & Sustainable Energy

Dallas County Community College District is a Parent Promise college.

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