Career & College Promise
Gaston College offers the following CCP pathways for eligible high school students:
- College Transfer Pathway leading to 24 hours of college transfer credit – Pathway Leading to Associate Degree Nursing (P1032C)
- College Transfer Pathways leading to a minimum of 32 hours of college transfer credit in Pathways Leading to the Associate in Arts (P1012C), the Associate in Engineering (P1052C), or the Associate in Science (P1042C).
- Career and Technical Education Pathways leading to a certificate, diploma, or degree in Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration – Heat Pump Certification (C35100BP), Automotive Systems Technology (C60160P), *Basic Biotechnology Certificate (C20100AP), *Business Administration Certificate (C25120P), Computer Integrated Machining Technology (C50210P), Cosmetology (C55140P), Criminal Justice (C55180P), Electrical Systems Technology – Industrial Wiring (C35130P), Electronics Engineering Technology (C40200P), *Emergency Management Certificate (C55460P), Emergency Medical Science (C45340P), Esthetics (C55230P), Fire Protection Technology (C55240P), *Foundations of Biotechnology Certificate (C20100BP), *Healthcare Informatics Certificate (C25590LP), *Human Services Addiction and Youth in Crisis Certificate (C45380AP), *Human Services Leadership Certificate (C45380P), *Information Technology Core Certificate (C25590AP), Latent Evidence (C5518AP), Manufacturing Technology Certificate (C50320P), Mechatronics Engineering Technology (C40350P), Nurse Aide (D45970P), *Office Administration Certificate (C25370P), Paralegal Technology Certificate (C25380P), and Welding Technology (C50420P);
- A Cooperative Innovative High School Pathway approved under Part 9 of Article 16 of Chapter 115C of the General Statutes (early college program).
For further information, please contact:
Kimberly Wyont, Director of Educational Partnerships
Amy Weisgerber, Coordinator of Educational Partnerships
Gail Ford, Assistant Dean
Disability and Special Needs Resources
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