- The CTE Transitions program provides academic and vocational preparation in a career pathway. CTE Transitions students begin their program of study in high school and then transition into post-secondary education to earn an advanced technical degree or certification. Career pathways are academically rigorous and provide students with not only the fundamental skills that are required for college admission but also the technical skills that will enable them to have successful careers in California’s new, highly technical economy. See Program of Study page.
Students can earn college credits for specific CTE Transitions’ courses taken in high school that will transfer to certificate and degree programs at Palomar College. Students do not pay for high school CTE Transitions’ courses so they save on college tuition. Students also save time by not having to repeat those courses when they enroll in college certificate or degree programs.
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