Welcome to the Che School of Professional Studies
Are you a recent high school grad, searching for a different or new career or wanting to upgrade your job skills?
Then the Che School of Professional Studies (Che SPS) is the place for you.
Che SPS graduates enjoy careers in diverse settings, such as, public and private business managers, elementary school teachers, financial analysts, court reporters, police officers, park rangers, paralegals, real estate agents and accountants, to name just a few.
Not only do students graduate with employer-identified skills specific to their chosen career, they receive a broad educational background that enables them to pursue a four-year degree.
We offer associate degrees for transfer in: administration of justice, business/business administration, early childhood studies and elementary teacher education.
We also offer certificates in the following areas: accounting, unmanned aircraft system technology (drones), business administration, business communication, business leadership skills, business management, human relations in business, marketing, professional selling, project management, small business startup, early childhood education, program director specialization, court reporting, educational captioning, scooping and proofreading, transcription technologist and office support, paralegal, park management and geospatial technology.
Opportunities for advanced study are abundant in areas such as, entrepreneurship, business administration, law, criminology, education, and mental health fields.
Our classes are offered all times of the day, such as late afternoon, evening, late start (with start dates throughout the semester) and weekend as well as online formats to provide a quality education that is convenient, flexible, and enjoyable.
I encourage you to explore the different programs we offer and contact our department chairs and counselor if you have any questions.
Welcome to the Che School of Professional Studies and best of luck with all of your future endeavors.
Renee K. Paquier
Dean, Che School of Professional Studies