You have several educational options at College of the Canyons
1. Certificate Programs:
What is a Certificate Program? Certificate Programs are a set of courses that prepare you for work in a specific career field. They are typically 18-36 units to complete. At the completion of the certificate you are well-prepared to gain an entry-level position in the field. No general education courses are required, so the time commitment is shorter than a degree program.
- Click here to view the list of Certificate programs offered at COC
2. Earn an Associate Degree:
What is an Associate Degree? An Associate Degree is a college degree awarded by 2 year colleges, typically community colleges. It consists of 60 Associate degree units, a major and general education courses.
3. Prepare to transfer to a university
What does that mean? Prepare to transfer to a university means that you will compete 60 university transferable units, the major preparation courses, the general education courses and meet admission requirements. This corresponds to the first 2 years of college (freshman & sophomore) work. You will then take these 60 units and your coursework to the university and finish the last 60 units (junior and senior) work to earn the Bachelors degree.
3. Career Resources
4. I have AP Credit. How does that apply to my Associate Degree or Transfer?