Basics
Community College Courses Offered
Action
Program
Each Unit (number)
This Indicator is reported in the following LT Info areas:
Accomplishments
Number of Courses Offered at LTCC
By: Community College Courses Offered

A more skilled workforce improves worker efficiency and quality, which increases workforce income potential and makes the Tahoe Basin a more attractive place for businesses to operate.

The number of courses offered at Lake Tahoe Community College provides a gauge for the opportunity the most recent and future workforce has to enhance their capabilities.

Name Options
Community College Courses Offered
Credit Courses, Non-Credit Courses

No monitoring programs are yet associated with this indicator.

Associated Programs data not provided.

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Community College Courses Offered is reported in the Sustainability Dashboard. Indicators in the Sustainability Dashboard focus on economic, environmental, and community health in the Lake Tahoe Region.

Community college courses offer recent college graduates and working professionals an opportunity to further their education and enhance their skills in order to be more valuable to current and potential employers. Lake Tahoe Community College (LTCC) is the primary provider of affordable continuing education courses in the Lake Tahoe Region. The number of courses offered at LTCC provides a gauge for the opportunity the most recent and future workforce has to enhance their capabilities. A more skilled workforce improves worker efficiency and quality, which increases workforce income potential and makes the Lake Tahoe Region a more attractive place for businesses to operate.

This indicator measures the annual total number of credit and non-credit courses offered at LTCC. Credit courses are courses offered at LTCC that have an associated credit amount that can be used to advance towards a degree or can be transferred as credits to another college or university. Non-credit courses are courses offered by LTCC that have no credit associated with it. Students who enroll in non-credit courses do not receive any type of college credit for these courses, nor do they receive official grades.