We offer a variety of programs, certificates, and classes to meet the needs of all students. We want to make your educational experience valuable and built around your personal, educational, and career goals.

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What degrees do we offer?

HFC offers many pathways to earning college credit. Learn more about our degree types and their requirements.


HFC offers certificates that allow you to pursue an occupational-focused program with fewer required credits. Many certificates may be applied to an Associate Degree.

Degree Programs

HFC offers academic programs to prepare you for specific career fields, or to upgrade your skills if you are already employed. Credits you earn at HFC will transfer to four-year colleges and universities for a seamless path toward a bachelor's degree. See all Catalog Programs.

Bachelor's Degree

You can even earn your bachelor's degree right here on campus through our Culinary Arts + Hospitality Management Bachelor Degree.

Other Options: Workforce and Professional Skilled Trades

There are many paths to a career. Not all of them require a traditional four-year (or even two-year) degree. Consider our workforce development, skilled trades, and related programs to achieve your goals.

English Language Institute (ELI / ELL / ESL)

The English Language Institute (ELI) offers instruction to hundreds of non-native English speakers in American English language and culture. The ELI is a vibrant program that serves a diverse population to help students meet their English language goals.

Continuing Education

HFC offers short term classes and one-time refresher workshops for ongoing education.

Professional Education

Grow your own talent by creating an apprentice program through HFC. We can help you train and certify future employees.

Even More Options: Co-Curricular Programs

Expand your educational experiences and earn more than a degree at HFC.

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Co-op and Internship

Earn college credit while working in a paid position at an employer location that gives you hands-on experience in your field of study. Co-ops and internships often lead to employment offers. Learn more about Cooperative Education (Co-op).

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Henry Ford II Honors Program

The Henry Ford II Honors Program offers a challenging and demanding academic experience in which students and faculty form a learning community. Students are expected to excel academically as they develop their skills in composition, speech, independent research, and critical thinking. Honors graduates can transfer to universities anywhere in the world.

Getting to Your Goals: Graduation and Next Steps

Graduation is a primary goal for most of our students, and we want to make sure you achieve that goal! We are continuously developing new services to expand your pathways to success, both at HFC and beyond.

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Student Planning

Plan your path from Day One! HFC Self-Service provides a robust course planning feature that allows you to build a course sequence for your academic program, to chart the quickest path to graduation. View your degree completion process, plan your academic courses, and register for classes.

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Graduation Requirements

Once you have met the graduation requirements for your academic program, you will need to submit an application to receive your bachelor's degree, associate degree, or certificate. Our commencement ceremonies take place once per year in the spring, and recognize all graduates from the previous year.

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Transfer to a Four-Year University

Get a great education while saving thousands of dollars, right here in your community. Starting at HFC and transferring to a 4-year college after earning your associate degree could save you up to $40,000 toward the completion of your bachelor's degree! Learn more about transferring.