Programs & Courses

Carroll Campus Programs

Business Administration AS

This program helps prepare the student for a career, or should the student decide to transfer to a four-year college, this program provides a curriculum that will satisfy most freshman and sophomore Business Administration requirements of four-year colleges.

Rebecca Brown
712-792-8320
rfbrown@dmacc.edu

Center for Advanced Manufacturing

This program includes Industrial Electro-Mechanical Technology (IEMT) and Welding. Learn more about the demand for these jobs in our DMACC Carroll Campus Center for Advanced Manufacturing brochure. Degree and Certificate programs available.

Program Contact:
Jack Thompson
712-792-1906
jdthompson@dmacc.edu

Pathway Navigator
Megan Snook-Lautner
515-965-7351
mesnooklautner@dmacc.edu

 

Nursing LPN & RN

Are you looking for a career that will enable you to care for and touch the lives of others? Nursing can be your opportunity to make a difference. Nursing offers an exciting array of career choices and DMACC can help prepare you to be a Registered Nurse (RN).

Program Contact:
Val Enenbach
712-792-8331
vdenenbach@dmacc.edu

Human Services

The Human Services program on DMACC's Carroll Campus prepares students for entry-level jobs interacting effectively with clients in a human services agency. It also can prepare students to transfer on to a four-year college or university to pursue a bachelor's degree in human services if they so desire.

Thanks to a partnership with Buena Vista University in Storm Lake, students can get a four-year degree in Human Services from Buena Vista without leaving the DMACC Carroll Campus. In this “2+2” agreement, students first earn two-year degree from DMACC and then become Buena Vista students for their third and fourth years of study. All four years of classes are taken in day or evening sessions at the Carroll Campus or online.

Wind Turbine Technology

The Industrial Electro-Mechanical Technology program prepares students for a career as a maintenance technician in industrial manufacturing. At the completion of the program, students should be able to troubleshoot and repair industrial equipment ranging from basic mechanical equipment and electrical motor controls to the more complex systems used in manufacturing environments.

Program Contact:
Jack Thompson
712-792-1906
jdthompson@dmacc.edu

DMACC/UNI 2+2 Education BA

In partnership with DMACC, UNI offers 2+2 degree programs for students who cannot move to the UNI campus or students who are changing careers. The University of Northern Iowa (UNI) and DMACC offer Education Bachelors degree opportunities through 2+2 programs. Students take two years of classes at DMACC and two years of classes through UNI. UNI faculty teach all UNI classes either at DMACC, face-to-face, or via distance education (ICN, WebCT).

Program Contact:
JoAnn Morlan
712-792-8332
jgmorlan@dmacc.edu

 

High School Completion Program

DMACC's High School Completion Program serves adult and high school area students wanting to complete their secondary education. Programs offered for high school completion include the DMACC Adult High School Diploma and the High School Equivalency Diploma (GED).

Program Contact:
Kim Fara
712-792-8333
kjfara@dmacc.edu

Course Information

Credit Courses

If you are looking for courses at the Carroll Campus, click a link to the right, or go to our Course Search Page and, under campuses, select Carroll. You can then continue through this page and narrow your search even further by entering course times, subject areas, etc.

Once you submit your request, you will be able to view the courses available. You will also find information by using the top navigation on this page on how to apply for admissions, registration, financial aid and other important information.

Continuing Education Courses

Need to update your skills? Want to advance in your current job? Looking for professional CEUs for licensure renewal? Or do you just want to learn for fun? Check out the current Continuing Education offerings.

High School Credit Transfer Courses

DMACC offers the opportunity for high school students to enroll in credit classes through the Career Advantage Program and the Post-Secondary Enrollment Act.
Contact your high school counselor for more information.