Workforce Programs: Public Safety & Human/Consumer Services
Careers in this area focus on public safety and essential consumer service careers. From the hospitality industry to serving the public as a firefighter, counselor or cosmetologist, this area of study prepares you for service-based professions.
CF = LSC-CyFair, K = LSC-Kingwood, M = LSC-Montgomery, NH = LSC-North Harris, T = LSC-Tomball, UP = LSC-University Park, OL = LSC-Online, blue circles denote full program offerings, outlined circles denote partial program offerings.
Fire Science Technology
Interpreter Training Technology
Types of Degrees & Certificates
An Associate of Arts is an academic transfer degree designed for students who will ultimately be pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree at a four-year college/university that is not math or science oriented. Examples of this type of four-year degree are: Business, Liberal Arts, History, Speech, Music, Education, Criminal Justice, etc.
An Associate of Science is an academic transfer degree designed for students who will ultimately be pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree at a four-year college/university. At LSC, the AS degree is a generalized degree that will not list a specific major but will be called Associate of Science. Some examples are Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, etc.
An Associate of Applied Science is a two-year degree plan designed for students who want to pursue short-term training so they can enter the workforce immediately.
An Associate of Arts in Teaching is a two-year degree plan which satisfies the core requirements for baccalaureate programs at four-year institutions that lead to initial Texas teacher certification.
Certificates are specialized credit programs that train students in a specific field. Some certificates can be stacked and their earned credits applied toward an associate degree.
FastTrack, non-credit programs provide industry training which result in a workforce certificate. They are designed for quick entry into the workforce.
guidelines for students who are enrolled at another college or university and want to take individual classes at LSC for Freshman and Sophomore (lower-division) level credits.