The Cooperative Alliance Program is a partnership with area technology centers
and Rose State College. This partnership allows high school and adult students
the opportunity to earn college credit and even an associate degree at Rose State.
Perhaps you have an interest in a job program offered through an area career technology center but would also like the added benefits of receiving a college degree. Rose State has partnered with five area technology centers to offer an associate in applied science degree in a number of career oriented specialties. Students take many of their technical specialty courses at the technology center and the remaining courses through Rose State College. By combining the course credits you will receive an Applied Technology Associate in Applied Science degree!
Please note that Rose State College offers a number of applied science degrees totally on it's own campus as well, such as in networking/cybersecurity, computer game development, family services and child development, and numerous health specialties such as nursing and dentistry. These can be found among the Business and Information Technology, Health Sciences, and Social Sciences tabs under Your Degree.
The following career technology centers programs have agreements for college credit with Rose State. If you would like to apply or want additional information, go to the Academics page.