The first two years of courses satisfying either the general education or major requirements for a four-year college (Baccalaureate) degree in the University of California system, California State University system or other colleges and universities to which our students commonly transfer.
A community college (Associate) degree that includes a broad general education and selected fields of concentration most appropriate to the educational and occupational needs of our community.
Specialized education and training in selected occupational fields leading to job skills preparation, promotion, retention and certification.
Educational and learning assistance to help students succeed in a community college program once they have demonstrated minimum communication and computational levels.
A multifaceted support program to assist students to assess their abilities and to establish and achieve realistic educational and career goals.
Beyond the Classroom
An appropriate co-curricular program including practical educational experiences, as well as opportunities for growth in leadership and citizenship.
Selected continuing education programs and courses that are cost effective and provide life-long learning and training opportunities.
Economic and Resource Development
Economic and Resource Development provides workforce preparation programs and services to individuals to develop entry-level skills, new technical skills, career advancement, and to regional industry to ensure business attraction, retention and global competitiveness.