Each semester CCV employs over 700 instructors to teach courses throughout the state and online. And one of the strongest aspects of your CCV education is derived from the access you’ll have to our faculty.
CCV instructors aren’t your typical academics—they’re working professionals who bring real-world experience into the classroom. Subject theory is balanced with information drawn from instructors’ experiences on the job, which translates into fundamental learning that is tied to real-world applications. From our criminal justice majors who learn from chiefs of police and state attorneys to our design & media studies degree students learning from award-winning artists and crafts people, CCV students in all programs receive training in their chosen disciplines based on the experience that can only come from professionals working in the field.
And the learning isn’t confined to the classroom, either. CCV instructors often have access to on-site locations through their community connections and day-jobs providing rich opportunities for class field trips and site visits. Through these experiences our students get hands-on training in fields such as computer systems management, medical assisting, and accounting, allowing students to experience for themselves what it’s truly like to work in these fields.
When you study with CCV faculty, you can rest assured knowing that if it’s happening on the job, it’s being taught in the classroom.