Explore the many certificate, diploma and degree programs that can help you develop the skills you need to continue your education or enhance your career.
Continuing Education courses engage all areas of academics at Davidson-Davie Community College—arts, sciences, education, health, wellness, public safety, business, engineering, technical studies, and more.
Browse our upcoming Continuing Education and Personal Enrichment offerings below:
Would you like to begin earning a college degree while you’re still in high school? At Davidson-Davie Community College, you can!
Qualified students can take college-level courses to:
Career and College Promise (CCP) provides seamless dual enrollment educational opportunities for eligible North Carolina high school students in order to accelerate completion of college certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees that lead to college transfer or provide entry-level job skills.
Students in grades 9 or 10 may participate in a select group of pathways based on eligibility criteria. Qualified juniors and seniors may choose any of the College Transfer or Career and Technical Education pathways.
Davidson-Davie supports the Davidson Early College (Thomasville) and
Davie Early College (Mocksville). Students attend all four years of high school (9-12th grade) on the campuses of Davidson-Davie and graduate with an associate degree that prepares them to transfer to a four-year
college or university or join the workforce. Participation in the program is subject to requirements.
Davidson Early College
Davie Early College
Yadkin Valley Regional Career Academy uses a high school model that focuses on training students for in demand careers. Davidson-Davie college credit is earned through the completion of college-level career technical program courses.
Free program offered through Davidson-Davie Community College to help prepare 9-12th grade students for higher education opportunities after high school. Upward Bound serves high school students from low-income families; and high school students from families in which neither parent holds a bachelor's degree.
Free college access program targeting first generation students who may face economic barriers yet have the potential to succeed in college. Talent Search is open to eligible 6-12th grade students and students in need of reentry into secondary or postsecondary schools.