Enter a New Career or Enhance Your Job Skills

Take Your Career to the Next Level
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A job can be much more than just a way to make a living—it can be a way to embrace your passions, expand your knowledge, and maybe even make the world a better place. We can help set you on the right path to the career of your dreams. Whether you’re new to the workforce or have years of experience, whether you have a high school or college degree, it’s never too late—or too early—to improve your job skills or embark on a new career path.

Montgomery College is here to help. With our extensive catalog of credit and noncredit offerings, you can find a degree, certificate, credential, or course to help you reach your goals. And our variety of locations and class times, including online learning options, means you can easily fit your education and training into your schedule.

Credit Programs and Classes

Montgomery College offers more than 130 degrees and certificates in programs of study spanning the sciences and the arts. Even if you already have an associate's, bachelor's, or graduate degree, you can take classes or earn an additional certificate or letter of recognition to master new skills and enhance your resume.

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Continuing Education: Noncredit Programs and Classes

Through our Workforce Development & Continuing Education (WDCE) arm, you can take noncredit classes to learn a new skill, strengthen or update existing skills, obtain professional licensure, and continue your education. With hundreds of courses in everything from computers and construction to project management and personal finance, we’re sure to have a program that’s the right fit for you. Take stand-alone classes or enroll in a program, many of which can be completed in less than a year. We also work with businesses and government agencies to develop customized contract training for their employees. 

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What People are Saying
I took what I loved about research and science and applied it to my lifelong love, which was art, and tried to find a way to put those two together. … Success for me now means having a job, a profession, that is authentic to my passion and my moral compass and the academic and professional skills that I have.
Holly Solano, former software engineer who found her “dream job” as an arts educator at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery after attending MC
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