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Graduates work in leadership positions as outdoor specialists, park rangers, activity or recreation therapists and conservation aides at public, commercial, government and private sites.CCBC's Essex campus is approximately a 30-minute eastbound drive on the Beltway from Catonsville.The curriculum is designed for students who previously earned a bachelor's degree and have a strong academic science and clinical background.Full-time continuous enrollment is required throughout the 26-month program.Elsewhere on campus, in a partnership with Frostburg State University, Catonsville offers the nation's first collaborative program in Recreation and Parks Management.Students earn their associate's degree and bachelor's degree without leaving the Catonsville campus.Students must choose one of three options: Internet technology, multimedia technology or instructional multimedia.Continuing eastward around the Beltway, CCBC Dundalk offers an incredibly popular horticulture program.
Diverse academic programs, nationally ranked sports teams, theater programs and collegiate clubs attract multi-talented scholars, future teachers, business owners, scientists, nurses, morticians and thespians to CCBC. These and other reasons are why CCBC was selected as one of the nation's 12 Vanguard Learning Colleges in 2000.
Essex also is home to the award-winning Internet and Multimedia Technology Certification Program and associate degree.
Its graduates work as Internet programmers and multimedia designers.
Keeping up with the times, Dundalk replaced its existing wet-processing photography program with digital coursework that was developed and continues to be offered at its sister campus in Catonsville.
Both campuses offer a photography and imaging certificate. Certificate and degree programs in industrial electricity/electronics technology at Dundalk train students to install, maintain and repair industrial electrical and electronics equipment, including telecommunications and fiber optics devices.
Eleven student-designed and -installed instructional gardens located throughout the campus serve as living classrooms.