Career & Technical Education

We offer one and two year programs that prepare you for the workplace. Choose from 20 programs ranging from Medical Transcription to Licensed Truck Driver. You can even go on to pursue a bachelor's degree from our School of Professional & Graduate Studies.

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Discover the BTS Division

We invite you to explore the Business Technology & Service Division and all the relevant, hands-on, and practical programs that we have to offer.

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Explore Your Options in the Technical & Industrial Division

Check out our wide variety of programs that include Collision Repair to HVAC-R and even Industrial Maintenance/Millwright Technology in T&I that provide extensive hands-on learning experiences.

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Earn your Business degree on campus, online, or in Coeur d'Alene

The Business & Computer Science Division at Lewis-Clark State College provides quality education to prepare students with the knowledge, competencies, and experience necessary to successfully compete in today’s economy through collaborative involvement with the business community.

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Workforce Training

LCSC Workforce Training offers short term, non-credit, and cost-friendly classes. We offer a wide variety of daytime and evening classes in the classroom, online and via correspondence.

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Resources for CTE Students

LCSC students enrolled in a CTE program or course are invited to utilize this free resource dedicated to them. Services include: FREE tutoring, large computer lab and study spaces, course specific software, textbook library, positive support system, student success workshops, and much more. Come check us out at the Learning Resource Center!

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Ready to Help You take the Next Step

The Adult Learning Center provides quality instruction in reading, writing, math, and the English language to help adults transition into college or prepare for the GED test.

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Advanced Opportunities

While in high school, earn industry relevant digital badges, micro-certifications, and college credit through the Advanced Opportunities program.