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Not sure what else you need to get your certificate from Fullerton College? Try our new CERTIFICATE DEGREE PLANNER.  You may already qualify for a CTE Certificate.

What is Career Technical Education (CTE)?

Fullerton College’s Career Technical Education programs help provide you with the skills you need to find the perfect career. We have hundreds of certificate programs and numerous associate degrees in a variety of fields. Career Technical Education is about practical education that prepares you for the future and gives you the skill sets necessary to be successful in your chosen career.

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Apply for a Scholarship Today!

The scholarship application period for the 2011-12 school year has begun! The application period will close on Thursday, March 31, 2011. Apply Today!

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