Programs by Department
The Division of Applied Technology provides instruction in career education programs including: Diesel Technology, Outdoor Recreation, Outfitter Wildlife Management, Powersports Technology, Taxidermy and Welding Technology.
Instructors in these programs focus on the development of the knowledge and the skills for professional entry into the various technical fields. Students are provided with the opportunity to develop skills in well-equipped, hands-on learning environments. The Division sponsors several program-specific clubs and competitive teams, and offers activities throughout the year.Learn More
Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs in Illinois provide instruction for careers in high-wage, high-skill, and in-demand occupations. CTE programs include Certified Nursing Assistant, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Diesel Technology, IT, Nursing, Outdoor Recreation, Outfitter Wildlife Management, Pharmacy Technician, Phlebotomy, Powersports Technology, Truck Driving, Vet Assistant, and Welding.Learn More
The Division offers courses to develop knowledge and skills in the areas of art, communication, foreign language, literature, music, philosophy, rhetoric and composition, and theatre.
The Division provides curricula leading to an Associate in Arts or an Associate in Science degree, an Associate in Fine Arts in Theatre degree, and instruction in several pre-professional areas. The division’s faculty bring a broad range of experience and diversity to SIC, and are actively involved in numerous extracurricular student activities, including Student Government (SICSG), competitive teams, such as the award-winning Forensic Falcons and Model Illinois Government (MIG) team, plays, musicals, concerts, cultural arts, cultural and educational trips, as well as legislative simulations and field observations.Learn More
The Division of Mathematics, Science, and Technology maintains laboratories for biology, chemistry, information technology, microbiology, and physics. Instruction leads to an Associate in Science degree, Associate in Engineering Science Degree, Associate in Applied Science degree in Information Technology, and instruction in several pre-professional areas.
Foundational courses in science, mathematics, and economics are offered to students who need to develop skills necessary to succeed in college-level courses. The Information Technology program offers two tracks of instruction: programming and security. The Division sponsors the Math and Science Club, Computer Club, and the annual STEM Day for high school students.Learn More
The Division of Nursing and Allied Health provides instruction in Nursing Assistant, Practical Nursing, Associate Degree Nursing, Health Occupations, Phlebotomy, Pharmacy Technician, Vet Assistant, and other health-related courses and programs. The Division’s programs are approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health and the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. The Division sponsors the Nursing Club as well as supports and participates in a variety of community service projects.Learn More
The Workforce and Community Education Division provides specialized workforce training in Business Programs, CDL/Truck Driving, CPR, Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, Cosmetology, Food Service, and Fire Science. Adult Education, which includes GED and high school equivalency testing, as well as hobby and leisure-type courses, also fall within this Division.Learn More