North Idaho College offers associate degrees in 40 programs and associate of applied-science degrees or certificates in 25 technology programs. NIC's main campus is on 44 wooded acres along the shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene and the Spokane River with the Workforce Training Center located in Post Falls. NIC was founded in 1933.
NIC's Workforce Training and Community Education Center provides a broad range of credit-free business, professional, special interest and personal enrichment programs. Online classes are available. Also offered is assistance to small business and customized training for business and industry in the area.
Lewis-Clark State College-Coeur d'Alene recently celebrated their Silver Anniversary of serving North Idaho in higher education. LCSC-Cd'A offers nine bachelor degree completion programs to residents of North Idaho and surrounding communities in partnership with North Idaho College. Night, weekend and online courses offer flexibility for those who want to continue their education while working full time.
Idaho State University offers a Masters in Nursing degree that seamlessly integrates with nursing programs offered by North Idaho College and Lewis-Clark State College.
The University of Idaho-Coeur d' Alene Instructional Center has bachelor and master degree programs and technical facilities. With its cooperative relationships with Idaho and eastern Washington institutions, students can finish various degrees without leaving the Coeur d' Alene area.
The University of Idaho Research Park in Post Falls is committed to supporting business retention and development by adding its research capabilities to the economic development incentives of the area.
Riverbend Professional Technical Academy (RPTA) is a consortium of the Coeur d'Alene, Lakeland and Post Falls school districts, serving the eight high schools. RPTA offers advanced technical and specialized courses that integrate career and academics, designed to provide students with real-life learning opportunities. These courses include: computer and network systems, computer aided design, health professions and welding. – less–ZoomInfo