For 95 years, Tyler Junior College has helped students find fulfilling careers.
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Degree & Certificate Pathways
Unsure of what to choose for a major? That's ok! Pathways help you find a direction without getting too specific. Start taking courses that work towards your broad goal while figuring out what you would like to specialize in.
Want to make a difference through medical care? Does the human body intrigue you? If so, the Healthcare Professions Pathway could be for you.
Are you naturally good with your hands? Are you constantly working on a DIY project? If so, the Manufacturing, Transportation & Industry Pathway could be right for you.
Are you full of innovative ideas? Are you driven to find money-making solutions to everyday problems? If so, the Business & Entrepreneurship Pathway could be right for you.
Do you dream of a world where people are free from addictions? Do you connect with kids and enjoy helping them learn new skills? If so, the Public Service Pathway could be right for you.
Do you dream of running an art studio? Do people tell you that you have a way with words? If so, the Creative & Communication Arts Pathway could be right for you.
Are you strong in math or science? Do you always wonder how things work? Do people come to you when they have a question about technology? If so, the Science and Technology Pathway could be right for you.
Test TJC marks beginning of fall semesterRead More
TJC marks beginning of fall semester
Tyler Junior College students and faculty experienced their first day of school with similar feelings of excitement and anticipation.
Test TJC celebrates 95th Founders DayRead More
TJC celebrates 95th Founders Day
Tyler Junior College was founded on Sept. 17, 1926, with a mission to improve the lives of…
Test TJC respiratory therapy graduates go immediately to work in area hospitalsRead More
TJC respiratory therapy graduates go immediately to work in area hospitals
Graduates of Tyler Junior College’s respiratory care program have hit the ground running a…