High School Pathways

Pathway to Proficiency Certificate

A typical Pathway to Proficiency Certificate will be around 5-6 courses with 2-3 general education classes (the required English and Math course at minimum) and 2-3 Core required classes, which is the equivalent of the first semester of a degree.

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Administrative Support

The one-year certificate in Administrative Support program provides training in basic computer literacy and applications, such as word processing, presentations, graphics, and spreadsheet applications. In addition, students build skills in interpersonal and written business communication.

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Art & Design

This program is designed as your first step toward exploring or pursuing a degree in Art and Design. The program focuses on the basic skills used in the field, including 2D Design and Graphic Computer Applications.

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Automation and Electrical Control Technology

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Aviation Science

The program is designed as your first step toward exploring or pursuing a degree in Aviation. The program focuses on providing an exciting flight path for students to seek a variety of careers in Aerospace.

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Construction & Facilities Management

This program is designed as your first step toward exploring or pursuing a degree in Construction Management. This program focuses on the basic skills required to manage simple construction projects.
 

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Cabinetry & Architectural Woodwork

This program is designed as your first step toward exploring or pursuing a degree in Cabinetry and Architectural Woodwork. This program focuses on the basic skills used in the woodworking industry including computer-aided drafting and millwork technology.

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Health

The program is designed as your first step toward exploring or pursuing a degree in the Health field. The program focuses on the basic skills used in the broad field of Health careers such as human nutrition and human development.
 

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Hospitality Management

The Certificate of Proficiency in Hospitality Management is designed to stack into an associate degree at UVU. Students learn about a wide range of hospitality and tourism areas such as hotel, resort, and motel management; event planning; restaurant and institutional food service; and a number of other areas such as cruise ship management, amusement park management, convention, and visitor facilities, and gaming facilities.

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Public & Community Health

The program is designed as your first step toward exploring or pursuing a degree in Public and Community Health. The program focuses on the basic skills used in the field of Public and Community Health such as first aid and communication skills needed to interact with the public.

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Criminal Justice

This program is your first step toward exploring or pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice. The program focuses on the basic skills used in the criminal justice field such as criminal investigations and criminal law.
 
 
 

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Information Systems & Technology

This program is designed as your first step toward exploring or pursuing a degree in Information Systems and Technology. This program focuses on the basic skills used in the field of Information Systems and Technology including a foundation core in programming, database, web application design, and networking.

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