CCC's Offering Bachelor's Degree Programs
The Bachelor's Degree Program from the California Community Colleges was created to make it easier and more affordable for students to get their bachelor’s degree and to create more employment opportunities for students. In May 2015, the Board of Governors approved 15 colleges to participate in the pilot program. The first Bachelor’s Degree Program graduates received their degrees in spring 2018.
The following is a list of the 15 California community colleges that offer a bachelor's degree program.
|Antelope Valley||Airframe Manufacturing Technology|
|Feather River||Equine & Ranch Management|
|Rio Hondo||Automotive Technology|
|San Diego Mesa||Health Information Management|
|Santa Ana||Occupational Studies|
|Santa Monica||Interaction Design|
|Shasta||Health Information Management|
|West Los Angeles||Dental Hygiene|
Last updated: 04/29/2021