Germanna Community College is a comprehensive institution of higher education offering programs of instruction generally extending no more than two years beyond the high school level. The College provides residents of the area with opportunities to pursue many educational goals. In addition, the College offers a strong counseling program and other services to students, all designed to assist students in making decisions regarding occupational, educational, and personal goals.Programs Of Instruction
Each of the transfer programs listed is intended for the student who wishes to pursue a baccalaureate degree at a four-year college or university. Required courses in written and oral communication, humanities, natural sciences, mathematics, history, social sciences, and health and physical education will meet most of the general education requirements of the first two years at a four-year college or university.
Students who intend to transfer should acquaint themselves with the requirements of their prospective college or university. Germanna maintains a collection of current catalogs for Virginia Colleges in the Counseling offices. Faculty advisors and counselors can also provide advice. However, it is the responsibility of each student to determine the specific courses that he or she will need to transfer into specific departments or programs at specific four-year colleges or universities.View Transfer Programs
- Associate of Arts & Sciences (AA&S) Degrees
Associate of Arts & Sciences (AA&S) Degrees are awarded to students who plan to transfer to four-year colleges after completing their community college programs.
Our Other Programs
- Associate of Science (AS) Degree
- Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degrees
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degrees are awarded to students majoring in one of the occupational-technical curricula who may plan to obtain full-time employment after graduation.
- Administration of Justice
- Business Management
- Early Childhood Development
- Fire Science Technology
- Information System Technology – Information Management or Network Security
- Information System Technology – Networking
- Licensed Practical Nurses for Advanced Standing
- Physical Therapist Assistant*
- Technical Studies Industrial Maintenance
Certificates are awarded to students who complete one of the approved non-degree curricula which are usually less than 2 years in length.
- Career Studies Certificates
Career Studies Certificates are awarded to students who complete one of the career studies programs. Career studies programs are developed and implemented in response to community needs.
- Administration Of Justice
- Advanced Networking
- Allied Health Preparation
- American Sign Language
- Automotive Diagnostician
- Automotive Technician
- Business Core
- Cyber Security
- Early Childhood Development
- Industrial Maintenance Technology
- Legal Assistant
- Microcomputer Applications for Business
- Nurse Aide
- Paraprofessional Counseling
- Personal Training
- Pharmacy Technician*
- Surgical Scrub Nurse*
*Selective Admission Program – Admission Approval Required
** Not a Financial Aid Approved Plan
ODU On Campus & Online
The Germanna Fredericksburg campus serves as host to an Old Dominion University office (Dickinson Bldg, room 206) with staff that can answer questions about attending ODU main campus or finishing your degree with ODU online. ODU Online offers over 100 degree programs where students can earn the same undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees from a fully-accredited University with the same faculty who teach on campus.ODU On Campus & Online
Dental Hygiene Program
Germanna Community College and Northern Virginia Community College jointly offer the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Dental Hygiene through a distance learning partnership. Students may complete general education courses at Germanna. Dental hygiene courses are offered through NVCC utilizing distance learning technology. This program is an expansion of the Northern Virginia Community College Dental Hygiene Program located in Springfield, Virginia. The program consists of a combination of traditional and distance learning modalities. The curriculum is designed to prepare selected students to serve in a dynamic and growing health profession as valuable members of the Dental Health team. The program is also designed to accommodate those students who wish to transfer to a four-year college or university to complete the baccalaureate degree in a health-related field.
Center for Workforce & Community Education
Offers a wide range of noncredit professional development courses, apprenticeship training, and credential programs, as well as adult career coaching and custom training services.Visit Workforce