Public Service Programs
You must contact the Admissions and Records Office to obtain information about general admission to John A Logan College.
Program Guides and Course Descriptions will open as PDFs.
ASL Deaf Studies
The American Sign Language/Deaf Studies program offers American Sign Language courses, courses in Deaf Culture, Classifiers, Fingerspelling and Numbers, and American Sign Language Linguistics. This program is open to anyone wanting to learn the language, and to deaf and hard of hearing people wanting to learn more about their language.
Additional ASL Deaf Studies Information
Course Descriptions for American Sign Language
Advisor for ASL Deaf Studies: Valarie Shaw
The Cosmetology Program is designed to give students thorough training in the arts, skills, and applied sciences that deal with the adornment through care and treatment of the hair, nails, and skin.
Additional Cosmetology Information
- Program Guide for Cosmetology – Associate in Applied Science
- Program Guide for Cosmetology – Certificate
- Program Guide for Cosmetology Teacher – Certificate
Course Descriptions for Cosmetology
Advisor for Cosmetology: Connie Robinson
The Criminal Justice Program prepares the student for transfer to many universities in the field of criminal justice or administration of justice, including Southern Illinois University, Southeast Missouri State University, Murray State University and many others. Completion of the program satisfies 60 hours toward the 120 hours required for a bachelor’s degree and by many hiring agencies.
Additional Criminal Justice Information
Criminal Justice book marker/brochure
- Program Guide for Criminal Justice – Associate in Applied Science
- Program Guide for Criminal Justice – Associate in Arts
Course Descriptions for Criminal Justice
Advisor for Criminal Justice: Brennan Stover
Early Childhood Education
Graduates of this two-year Early Childhood Education Program will be trained to provide education and care for children in public child care settings to include the following: maintaining a safe and healthy learning environment; providing experiences to promote physical, intellectual, social/emotional, and language/literacy development; using positive guidance/discipline strategies; establishing positive and productive relationships with families; and operating a well-run program for children that adheres to legal requirements and a professional code of ethics.
Additional Early Childhood Education Information
Early Childhood Education book marker/brochure
- Program Transfer Guide for Early Childhood Education
- Program Guide for Early Childhood Education (Career)
- Program Guide for Early Childhood Education (Career)-Gateways ECE Level 2
- Program Guide for Early Childhood Education (Career)-Gateways ECE Level 3
- Program Guide for Early Childhood Education (Career)-Infant Toddler
- Program Guide for Early Childhood Education Family Childcare
- Program Guide for Director’s Credential – Early Childhood Education
Course Descriptions of Early Childhood Education
Advisor for Early Childhood Education: Marilyn Toliver
Emergency Medical Services
Emergency Medical Service (EMS) courses are structured to train students as intermediate and advanced first responders and provide a continuum of training after becoming certified as a basic Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT-B).
Additional Emergency Medical Services Information
- Program Guide for Emergency Medical Services
- Program Guide for Emergency Medical Services – Certificate
Course Descriptions for Emergency Medical Services
Advisor for Emergency Medical Services: Leslie McKenzie
Interpreter Preparation Program (IPP)
The Interpreter Preparation Program prepares graduates to work as ASL/English interpreters in education and other settings.
Additional Interpreter Preparation Program (IPP) Information
Educational Interpreting Program brochure
Program Guide for Interpreter Preparation
Course Descriptions for Interpreter Preparation
Advisor for Interpreter Preparation: Valarie Shaw