General Education Certificate
General Education is the component of the undergraduate curriculum devoted to exposing students to multiple areas of knowledge, methods of inquiry, and ideas that the University and scholarly community believe are common to well-educated persons. Totally 31 credits, the General Education Certificate gives a student the opportunity to complete all of their required generals while still in high school.Learn More
Explore biology, computer programming, chemistry, and develop general lab skills while earning credits toward both the certificate and potential associate and baccalaureate degrees.
Learn how to use Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, and how to use the Design Process to create cool posters, logos, products and so much more.
Emergency Medical Services
Learn roles and responsibilities of EMTs, anatomy and physiology, medical emergencies, trauma, special considerations for working in the prehospital setting, and providing patient transportation.
Create original business ideas in response to perceived customer problems, create novel approaches to entrepreneurial opportunities, and design profitable business models.
Take courses that are directly applicable to the Information Technology degree, includes Linux, networking, hardware, and the basic skills to get a foot in the door for entry-level IT positions.
Nurse Assistance (CNA)
Train to work in long term care facilities, home health care, hospital settings, and to continue in nursing education.
Concurrent Enrollment Office
North Plaza (NPLZ)
Office: 46 S 1000 E St. George UT, 84770 (old Harmon's just south of Swig)
Office: North Plaza 141E
Office: North Plaza 146