Carteret Community College is a community college in Morehead City, North Carolina, USA. It serves Carteret County, North Carolina. Founded in 1963, Carteret Community College is one of 59 institutions comprising the N.C. Community College System. Located in Morehead City, N.C., the college lies on the shores of the beautiful Bogue Sound -- part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway.
With more than 100 courses to choose from, students can pursue programs leading to a certificate, diploma or associate degree. The courses of study include: Aquaculture, Basic Law Enforcement, Business Administration, Construction Trades, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Culinary Technology, Early Childhood Associate/Teacher Associate, Electrical/Electronics, Emergency Medical/Paramedic, Esthetics, Fine Arts, Firefighter Training, Information Systems, Interior Design, Internet Technologies, Healthcare Management, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Marine Propulsion, Office Systems Technology, Paralegal Technology, Photographic Technology, Therapeutic Massage, Therapeutic Recreation, Welding, and a wide range of Health Science programs.
Carteret Community College operates under an "Open Door" admissions policy, in accordance with North Carolina Administrative Code NCAC 23 2C.0301a. Except for selected programs of study, Carteret Community College accepts all persons who are at least 18 years of age, have received a high school equivalency, and completed general admission requirements, as indicated below.
Carteret Community College is a coeducational institution open to any individual who meets the admission requirements and criteria for the particular course in which they choose to enroll.
Each applicant is encouraged to seek early admission information and counseling during the admissions process. This will enable the applicant to make a wise decision in his/her choice of study as indicated by identified needs, interests, and abilities.
If an applicant fails to meet the admission requirements and criteria for the applicant's program of choice, a member of the counseling staff will help the applicant plan a preparatory program of study. The counselor, working with the applicant, may recommend a program more suitable to the individual's ability, aptitude, and educational background.
Any questions concerning the Admissions Process at Carteret Community College should be directed to the Admissions Office either by phone at (252) 222-6155 or (252) 222-6154; or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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