Our Tag Line reads: “It Takes A Community.” For example; our Career Services Department provides our graduates with a lifetime job placement service; we also offer an on campus child care facility, bookstore, computer lab, and much more! These support services are all designed to help CCC students imagine and realize their dreams of a quality college education.  Our students enjoy an atmosphere of a professional educational environment and a great student/faculty ratio. Instructors know their students names on the first day of class and they are readily available to assist students in achieving their goals.

In addition to outstanding faculty and staff, Community Care College provides outstanding classrooms and facilities:

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Career Paths

Associate Degree Online

Earn an Associate of Occupational Science Degree in Health Service Administration, Business Administration or various allied health programs in the comfort of your home , on your schedule! More info on earning a Degree Online.

Business Administration

Enhance your employment and advancement potential with an Associate of Occupational Science in Business Administration degree. 100% of our Business Administration graduates have advanced their careers with their degree from Community Care College. Let us help you. Click here to learn more.

Early Childhood Education

Working with young children is one of the most rewarding, yet, challenging, career choices one can make.  The Early Childhood Education (ECE) program is committed to preparing the student in the most current and best practices.  By 2014 Oklahoma will need an increase of 17% more workers, are you fit to be one of them? Click here to learn more.

Dental Assistant

By the year 2016 there will be 362,000 open positions for Dental Assisting. How stable is your current employment? Click here to learn how Community Care College can prepare you to help fill the need!

Fitness and Health Trainer

In Oklahoma alone, the need for Fitness Trainers is to increase 21% by the year 2014. Are you passionate enough? To learn more about Community Care College’s Fitness and Health Trainer program, click here .

100% of Community Care College’s Health Service Administration graduates are working in their chosen profession. Let us help you earn your Associate of Occupational Science degree in Health Service Administration. To learn more .

Massage Therapy

The job outlook for Massage Therapy is expected to increase by 20% through the year 2016. Is your current employment going to still be in demand in 8 years? To learn more about how we can help prepare you for this career opportunity click here .

Medical Assistant

The projected growth for Medical Assistants is projected to increase 35.4% by 2016. Can you say that about your current employment? To learn more about Community Care College’s Medical Assistant program, click here .

Medical Billing & Coding

If you are an organized and detail-oriented person with a passion for the medical field, the Medical Billing and Coding program at Community Care College is the right career for you! You will study everything you need to know to enter the medical billing and coding profession from medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, computer software courses, and diagnostic and procedure coding! Skilled medical billers and coders are in extreme demand.

Pharmacy Technician

The need for Pharmacy Technicians is expecting to grow 32% by the year 2016. That’s 376,000 open positions! Are you the one to fill it? To learn more about how Community Care College can help you take advantage of this career opportunity, click here .

Surgical Technologist

Employment of Surgical Technologist is expected to grow 24% by 2016. What are you waiting on? Learn more about our Surgical Technology, click here .

Veterinary Assistant

In Oklahoma alone, the demand for Veterinary Assistants is expected to grow 26% by the year 2014. Can you afford not to do it? To learn more click here .

Note: Projection numbers and percentages quoted were obtained from the Occupational Employment Statistics.