Career Pathways gives you the map for a specific career. Each pathway program shows the requirements that will lead students to their desired education and employment goals.
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Discover your future in law, safety, or criminal justice at ICC.

Paralegal

Assisting Attorneys and the Court

9-1-1 Telecommunicator

Telecommunicator at a police, fire, or EMS

Criminal Justice

Law Enforcement to Social Work

Paralegal

Assisting Attorneys and the Court

The mission of the Associate in Applied Science Paralegal program of study is to produce competent, well-rounded individuals who are able to work under the supervision of an attorney in the many areas of the practice of law, specifically, the student will be prepared to perform such tasks as legal research, client interviews, investigations, preparation of legal documents, and other legal work as delegated by an attorney.

Paralegals are employed by private law firms, corporations, governmental agencies, insurance companies, title companies, and financial institutions.

9-1-1 Telecommunicator

Telecommunicator at a police, fire, or EMS

The mission of the 9-1-1 Telecommuncator certificate program is to prepare the graduates for employment as a 9-1-1 telecommuncator by educating them in the knowledge, skills, and behaviors as an entry level 9-1-1 telecommunicator at a police, fire, or EMS department.

Criminal Justice

Law Enforcement to Social Work

This area of study is designed for students intending to prepare for a career in the criminal justice field. The area of study may prepare the student for employment in some areas of the field; however, many of the employment opportunities in the criminal justice field require a four-year degree. Students desiring to transfer should work very closely with their advisors.