Q: What programs do you offer?
A: ICDC College offers Associate Degrees, Fast-Track Diplomas, and Certificates in a variety of fields. Some of our programs include Associate Degrees, Fast-Track Diplomas, and Certificates in Alcohol and Drug Counseling, Homeland Security, Business Management and Accounting, Healthcare Management, Forensic Scientist, and more.
Q: How long does it take to complete career training programs at ICDC College?
A: Associate Degrees may be completed in under two years. Fast-Track Diploma programs at ICDC College are designed to be completed in as little as nine months, while Certificates can be earned in just six months.
Q: Is ICDC College accredited?
A: ICDC College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). The ACCSC is a recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education.
Q: What makes ICDC College a good choice for me?
A: All of ICDC College’s customized degree and diploma programs are designed to help students achieve their career goals as quickly as possible. This means that all our programs provide focused, job-specific training to qualify students for employment upon graduation. You may be asking, “If I enroll in this program, am I going to be trained in the skills I’ll need to use on the job from day one?” With ICDC College, the answer is “Yes!” The ICDC College curriculum is developed by experts in the field to ensure you get the skills that employers seek in their new hires.
Q: Is there financial aid available and what are the requirements?
A: ICDC College participates in several programs that provide educational benefits and/or tuition assistance. Financial aid is available to those students who qualify, and ICDC College uses FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to help determine student eligibility for federal, state, or other financial aid, including grants and educational loans. Visit our Financial Aid page for more information. Veterans, military personnel, and military families may qualify for tuition assistance under programs like the Montgomery GI Bill®, Yellow Ribbon Program, and other special benefits. Please see our Veteran and Military Affairs Website for more information.
Q: Does ICDC College assist with employment opportunities?
A: ICDC College assists all its graduates with their job search through our Career Services Department. We do not guarantee employment, but we do contact potential employers on behalf of our graduates from each career training program at ICDC College. We also provide all of our graduates with an Employment Preparation course, an assigned personal Career Services Advisor, and access to employment resources in our virtual Career Development Office and Online Resource Library. We prepare our graduates to put their best foot forward!
Q: I’m new to online learning, how does it work?
A: Once you are enrolled in an online degree or diploma program with ICDC College, you will receive all of the coursework and reading materials you will need. A personal login will allow you to access your courses and all of your student resources 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for convenient learning on the go. At the start of your program, you will take an orientation course. This will show you how online learning works and what you need to do to access your lessons, get your class assignments, check your grades, view or participate in discussion boards, interact with your instructor or classmates, and use the online library. You will also be introduced to your support team and the wide variety of resources offered by ICDC College. You will be assigned a personal Student Advisor, a Technical Support Advisor, and a Career Services Advisor. Learn more about the ICDC College Experience.
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