All of Moraine Valley’s academic programs reside within a department. Learn more about the departments and the subject matter they’re responsible for:

Adult Basic Education—Adult Basic Education, high school equivalency and English as a Second Language (ESL)

Behavioral Science—Psychology

Biological Sciences—Anatomy and physiology, biology, botany, ecology, microbiology, and zoology

Business—Business, Culinary Arts, Human Resources, Marketing, Restaurant/Hotel Management, Travel Business Management

Communications/Foreign Languages/Literature—Communications, French, German, Japanese, journalism, literature, Spanish, and speech courses

Computer-Integrated Technologies—Animation, Computer and Local Area Networks, Electronics, CNC Machining, IT Security, Mechanical and Fluid Power, Mechanical Design and Drafting/CAD, and more

Corporate, Community and Continuing Education—noncredit training, personal development, leisure learning for all ages—including children and retirees

Developmental Education

Fine Arts and Humanities—Art, Digital Art/Design, Humanities, Music, Philosophy, and Theater

Health SciencesBasic Nurse Assistant Training, Emergency Medical Technician, Health Information Technology, Medical Assistant, Nursing, Phlebotomy, Radiologic (X-ray) Technology, Respiratory Therapy, Sleep Technology and more

Information Management Systems—E-commerce, Legal Office Assistant, Office Systems and Applications, Management Information Systems, Programming, Receptionist, Software Development, Website Design/Development, and more

Intensive English Language Program—classes for those whose native language is not English

Mathematics and Computer Science

Mechanical TechnologiesAutomotive Technology, Heating and Air Conditioning, Integrated Systems Technology, Welding, and more

Physical Science—Chemistry, earth science, geology, natural science, physical science, and physics

Public ServiceAddictions Studies, Criminal Justice, Fire Service Management, Fire Service Operations, Fitness Trainer, Security Services, Recreation and Sports Management, Recreation Therapy, and more

Social Sciences—Anthropology, economics, education, geography, history, political science, sociology, and social work