Degrees & Certificates

The following is a list of areas of study described in this catalog for which Associate Degrees (AA/AS), Certificates of Achievement (CA), and Certificates of Proficiency (CP) are awarded:

Program

Associate in Arts
(AA)

Associate in Science
(AS)

Certificate of Achievement
(CA)

Certificate of Proficiency
(CP)

Associate of Arts – Transfer Degree
(AA-T)

Associate of Science – Transfer Degree
(AS-T)

African American Studies

x

 
Anthropology

x

Apparel Design and Merchandising

x

x

Art

x

Auto Body and Paint

x

x

Automotive Technology
Engine Performance

x

x

Chassis & Drivetrain

x

x

Toyota Specialist

x

x

Chassis Specialist

x

x

Engine Repair Specialist

x

x

Automotive Electronics Spec.

x

x

Drivetrain Specialist

x

x

Light Duty Auto Repair

x

Aviation Maintenance Technology:
Airframe Technician

x

x

Powerplant Technician

x

x

B
Biology

x

Business:
Accounting

x

x

Business Administration

x

x

Office Technology & Administration

x

x

Business Technology Clerk

x

Small Business Administration

x

Legal Secretarial Studies

x

Office Administration for the Logistics Industry

x

C
California State University General Education Breadth (CSU/GE Breadth)
Communication

x

x

Computer Information Systems:
Computer Information Systems

x

x

Computer Applications-Weekend computer College

x

Desktop Support Technician

x

Web Publishing

x

D
Dental Assisting

x

x

Diesel Mechanics

x

x

E
English

x

G
Geography

x

H
History

x

Humanities

x

Human Services
Direct Support Worker

x

I
Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC)
L
Liberal Arts Studies:
Arts & Humanities
Social & behavioral Sciences
Natural Sciences
M
Mathematics

x

x

Mexican and Latin American Studies

x

P
Philosophy

x

Political Science:
Political Science

x

x

Violence Prevention

x

Psychology

x

S
Sociology

x

 

Refer to the Degrees and Programs section of the Catalog for requirements for Certificates of Achievement, Certificates of Proficiency and the Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degrees. Curriculum guides are available in the Counseling Office to assist in program planning.