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Public Service Industry

Police Officer

Administration of Justice Certificate of Achievement

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Students wanting a transfer major must see a counselor for requirements. The Administration of Justice program prepares students for entry level positions in a variety fields of criminal justice. Courses of study may be selected and scheduled in any order based on course prerequisites, the available class schedule, and/or academic and technical competencies. See the program learning outcomes listed under the AST in this subject.

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Administration of Justice, A.S.

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Students wanting a transfer major must see a counselor for requirements. The Administration of Justice program prepares students for entry level positions in a variety fields of criminal justice. Courses of study may be selected and scheduled in any order based on course prerequisites, the available class schedule, and/or academic and technical competencies. See the program learning outcomes listed under the AST in this subject.

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Correctional Officer

Administration of Justice Certificate of Achievement

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Students wanting a transfer major must see a counselor for requirements. The Administration of Justice program prepares students for entry level positions in a variety fields of criminal justice. Courses of study may be selected and scheduled in any order based on course prerequisites, the available class schedule, and/or academic and technical competencies. See the program learning outcomes listed under the AST in this subject.

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Administration of Justice, A.S.

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Students wanting a transfer major must see a counselor for requirements. The Administration of Justice program prepares students for entry level positions in a variety fields of criminal justice. Courses of study may be selected and scheduled in any order based on course prerequisites, the available class schedule, and/or academic and technical competencies. See the program learning outcomes listed under the AST in this subject.

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Criminal Investigator

Administration of Justice Certificate of Achievement

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Students wanting a transfer major must see a counselor for requirements. The Administration of Justice program prepares students for entry level positions in a variety fields of criminal justice. Courses of study may be selected and scheduled in any order based on course prerequisites, the available class schedule, and/or academic and technical competencies. See the program learning outcomes listed under the AST in this subject.

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Administration of Justice, A.S.

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Students wanting a transfer major must see a counselor for requirements. The Administration of Justice program prepares students for entry level positions in a variety fields of criminal justice. Courses of study may be selected and scheduled in any order based on course prerequisites, the available class schedule, and/or academic and technical competencies. See the program learning outcomes listed under the AST in this subject.

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Preschool Teacher

Child Development Certificate of Achievement

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The Child Development program is designed to help students qualify for employment in occupations involving groups of young children who are under the guidance of public and private agencies. Completion of this program qualifies the student to apply for the California Child Development Permit.

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Child Development, A.S.

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The Child Development program is designed to help students qualify for employment in occupations involving groups of young children who are under the guidance of public and private agencies. Completion of this program qualifies the student to apply for the California Child Development Permit.

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Firefighter

Fire Technology Certificate of Achievement

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The Fire Technology Program is designed to prepare persons for positions in the various branches of the fire-fighting industry, to upgrade the competency of those already employed in the field to qualify for promotion, and to prepare individuals for employment in certain industrial occupations.

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Fire Technology, A.S.

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The Fire Technology Program is designed to prepare persons for positions in the various branches of the fire-fighting industry, to upgrade the competency of those already employed in the field to qualify for promotion, and to prepare individuals for employment in certain industrial occupations.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Architecture Production Drafting Skills Certificate

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The Architectural Technology program prepares men and women for careers in the Architectural Industry as drafters, designers, project managers, or material salespersons. Students are also prepared for related fields such as environmental design, industrial design, sustainable technology, urban planning, fabrication or construction management. Courses of study may be selected and scheduled in any order based on course prerequisites, the available class schedule, and/or academic and technical competencies. This degree requires greater than 60 units and therefore more time to complete.

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Drafting Certificate of Achievement

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The certificate of achievement in Drafting provides the student with the minimum information required for entry-level positions in the technical drafting field. It is also designed for persons seeking to enhance their advancement potential or for those who cannot pursue a full degree program or who already hold degrees in related fields. See the program learning outcomes listed under the associate’s degree in this subject.

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Drafting Production Design, A.S.

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Upon successful completion of the program, students will able to articulate and justify
technical problems through oral, written, and graphical communication; troubleshoot a variety of electronic and/or
computer-based components and systems including signal processing, communications, computer networks, and
controls; employ mathematics, science, and computing techniques in a systematic, comprehensive manner to support the
study and solution of engineering problems; demonstrate industry-standards when interpreting and creating engineering
drawings; and describe professional and ethical responsibilities in engineering

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Information Technology Industry

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

CISCO Network Academy Skills Certificate

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This course of study is designed to prepare students to function as computer customer engineers, as computer systems test technicians with specialized training for the field of research and development. The skilled technicians may find employment with a wide variety of industrial firms dealing with Mini/Microcomputers, peripheral devices (hard disk, printers, terminals, magnetic media, etc.), automated office equipment, automated manufacturing processes, electronic control devices or animatronics. This degree requires greater than 60 units and therefore more time to complete. Students are encouraged to choose the "math" course options, if possible. Students wishing to transfer are advised to use either the CSU GE or IGETC plan, depending on their intended transfer institution.​

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Microcomputer Applicationsn Certificate of Achievement

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This course of study is designed to prepare students to function as computer customer engineers, as computer systems test technicians with specialized training for the field of research and development. The skilled technicians may find employment with a wide variety of industrial firms dealing with Mini/Microcomputers, peripheral devices (hard disk, printers, terminals, magnetic media, etc.), automated office equipment, automated manufacturing processes, electronic control devices or animatronics. This degree requires greater than 60 units and therefore more time to complete. Students are encouraged to choose the "math" course options, if possible. Students wishing to transfer are advised to use either the CSU GE or IGETC plan, depending on their intended transfer institution.​

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Network Administration Skills Certificate

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This course of study is designed to prepare students to function as computer customer engineers, as computer systems test technicians with specialized training for the field of research and development. The skilled technicians may find employment with a wide variety of industrial firms dealing with Mini/Microcomputers, peripheral devices (hard disk, printers, terminals, magnetic media, etc.), automated office equipment, automated manufacturing processes, electronic control devices or animatronics. This degree requires greater than 60 units and therefore more time to complete. Students are encouraged to choose the "math" course options, if possible. Students wishing to transfer are advised to use either the CSU GE or IGETC plan, depending on their intended transfer institution.​

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Network Technology Skills Certificate

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This course of study is designed to prepare students to function as computer customer engineers, as computer systems test technicians with specialized training for the field of research and development. The skilled technicians may find employment with a wide variety of industrial firms dealing with Mini/Microcomputers, peripheral devices (hard disk, printers, terminals, magnetic media, etc.), automated office equipment, automated manufacturing processes, electronic control devices or animatronics. This degree requires greater than 60 units and therefore more time to complete. Students are encouraged to choose the "math" course options, if possible. Students wishing to transfer are advised to use either the CSU GE or IGETC plan, depending on their intended transfer institution.​

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Repair Technology Skills Certificate

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This course of study is designed to prepare students to function as computer customer engineers, as computer systems test technicians with specialized training for the field of research and development. The skilled technicians may find employment with a wide variety of industrial firms dealing with Mini/Microcomputers, peripheral devices (hard disk, printers, terminals, magnetic media, etc.), automated office equipment, automated manufacturing processes, electronic control devices or animatronics. This degree requires greater than 60 units and therefore more time to complete. Students are encouraged to choose the "math" course options, if possible. Students wishing to transfer are advised to use either the CSU GE or IGETC plan, depending on their intended transfer institution.​

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Computer Technology Certificate of Achievement

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This course of study is designed to prepare students to function as computer customer engineers, as computer systems test technicians with specialized training for the field of research and development. The skilled technicians may find employment with a wide variety of industrial firms dealing with Mini/Microcomputers, peripheral devices (hard disk, printers, terminals, magnetic media, etc.), automated office equipment, automated manufacturing processes, electronic control devices or animatronics. This degree requires greater than 60 units and therefore more time to complete. Students are encouraged to choose the "math" course options, if possible. Students wishing to transfer are advised to use either the CSU GE or IGETC plan, depending on their intended transfer institution.​

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Computer Technology Certificate of Achievement

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This course of study is designed to prepare students to function as computer customer engineers, as computer systems test technicians with specialized training for the field of research and development. The skilled technicians may find employment with a wide variety of industrial firms dealing with Mini/Microcomputers, peripheral devices (hard disk, printers, terminals, magnetic media, etc.), automated office equipment, automated manufacturing processes, electronic control devices or animatronics. This degree requires greater than 60 units and therefore more time to complete. Students are encouraged to choose the "math" course options, if possible. Students wishing to transfer are advised to use either the CSU GE or IGETC plan, depending on their intended transfer institution.​

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Information Technology Technician Certificate of Achievement

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This course of study is designed to prepare students to function as computer customer engineers, as computer systems test technicians with specialized training for the field of research and development. The skilled technicians may find employment with a wide variety of industrial firms dealing with Mini/Microcomputers, peripheral devices (hard disk, printers, terminals, magnetic media, etc.), automated office equipment, automated manufacturing processes, electronic control devices or animatronics. This degree requires greater than 60 units and therefore more time to complete. Students are encouraged to choose the "math" course options, if possible. Students wishing to transfer are advised to use either the CSU GE or IGETC plan, depending on their intended transfer institution.​

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Information Technology Technician Certificate of Achievement

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This course of study is designed to prepare students to function as computer customer engineers, as computer systems test technicians with specialized training for the field of research and development. The skilled technicians may find employment with a wide variety of industrial firms dealing with Mini/Microcomputers, peripheral devices (hard disk, printers, terminals, magnetic media, etc.), automated office equipment, automated manufacturing processes, electronic control devices or animatronics. This degree requires greater than 60 units and therefore more time to complete. Students are encouraged to choose the "math" course options, if possible. Students wishing to transfer are advised to use either the CSU GE or IGETC plan, depending on their intended transfer institution.​

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Software Developer

Computer Science Skills Certificate

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This course of study is designed to prepare students to function as computer customer engineers, as computer systems test technicians with specialized training for the field of research and development. The skilled technicians may find employment with a wide variety of industrial firms dealing with Mini/Microcomputers, peripheral devices (hard disk, printers, terminals, magnetic media, etc.), automated office equipment, automated manufacturing processes, electronic control devices or animatronics. This degree requires greater than 60 units and therefore more time to complete. Students are encouraged to choose the "math" course options, if possible. Students wishing to transfer are advised to use either the CSU GE or IGETC plan, depending on their intended transfer institution.​

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Programming Skills Certificate

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This course of study is designed to prepare students to function as computer customer engineers, as computer systems test technicians with specialized training for the field of research and development. The skilled technicians may find employment with a wide variety of industrial firms dealing with Mini/Microcomputers, peripheral devices (hard disk, printers, terminals, magnetic media, etc.), automated office equipment, automated manufacturing processes, electronic control devices or animatronics. This degree requires greater than 60 units and therefore more time to complete. Students are encouraged to choose the "math" course options, if possible. Students wishing to transfer are advised to use either the CSU GE or IGETC plan, depending on their intended transfer institution.​

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Web Development Skills Certificate

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This course of study is designed to prepare students to function as computer customer engineers, as computer systems test technicians with specialized training for the field of research and development. The skilled technicians may find employment with a wide variety of industrial firms dealing with Mini/Microcomputers, peripheral devices (hard disk, printers, terminals, magnetic media, etc.), automated office equipment, automated manufacturing processes, electronic control devices or animatronics. This degree requires greater than 60 units and therefore more time to complete. Students are encouraged to choose the "math" course options, if possible. Students wishing to transfer are advised to use either the CSU GE or IGETC plan, depending on their intended transfer institution.​

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts Certificate of Achievement

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Since 2006, Los Angeles Harbor College’s Culinary Arts program has offered highly comprehensive classroom and practical instruction delivered by experienced industry professionals. Our full-production model is unique among other culinary programs because it provides students with the opportunity to develop their skills in a real-time environment. Once completing the program, students are prepared to meet the challenges of their new culinary careers.

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Culinary Arts, A.S.

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Since 2006, Los Angeles Harbor College’s Culinary Arts program has offered highly comprehensive classroom and practical instruction delivered by experienced industry professionals. Our full-production model is unique among other culinary programs because it provides students with the opportunity to develop their skills in a real-time environment. Once completing the program, students are prepared to meet the challenges of their new culinary careers.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electronic Engineering Technology, A.S.

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This course of study combines theory with manipulative skill training, vocabulary, use of test equipment, and the technical knowledge required for employment in the Electronics Industry. Skilled technologists may find employment with a wide variety of industrial and government contract firms dealing with aerospace, computers, aviation, automotive, quality control, circuit design, and research and development. Though this program is not specifically designed for transfer, Students wishing to transfer are advised to use either the CSU GE or IGETC plan instead, depending on their intended transfer institution.

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Electronic Technology Certificate of Achievement

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This course of study combines theory with manipulative skill training, vocabulary, use of test equipment, and the technical knowledge required for employment in the Electronics Industry. Skilled technologists may find employment with a wide variety of industrial and government contract firms dealing with aerospace, computers, aviation, automotive, quality control, circuit design, and research and development. Though this program is not specifically designed for transfer, Students wishing to transfer are advised to use either the CSU GE or IGETC plan instead, depending on their intended transfer institution.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Engineering Technology: Mechanical Manufacturing, A.S.

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This program is designed to train designer/drafters and places special emphasis on the preparation necessary to enter the Engineering Technology Program in the School of Engineering at CSULB. Note: some courses may not transfer. (Please see a counselor for additional requirements of the university). Two-year graduates in Engineering Technology will enter a rapidly growing career field tremendously important in modern engineering. They work as assistants to the university graduate engineering technologists. They apply scientific skills in support of engineering activities. This degree requires greater than 60 units and therefore may take more time to complete than other degrees.

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Communications Industry

Cable/Fiber Optics Technician

Fiber Optics Skills Certificate

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This course of study is designed to prepare students to function as computer customer engineers, as computer systems test technicians with specialized training for the field of research and development. The skilled technicians may find employment with a wide variety of industrial firms dealing with Mini/Microcomputers, peripheral devices (hard disk, printers, terminals, magnetic media, etc.), automated office equipment, automated manufacturing processes, electronic control devices or animatronics. This degree requires greater than 60 units and therefore more time to complete. Students are encouraged to choose the "math" course options, if possible. Students wishing to transfer are advised to use either the CSU GE or IGETC plan, depending on their intended transfer institution.​

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Business Industry

Real Estate Appraiser

Property Management Skills Certificate

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The Real Estate program offers an Associate in Science degree, a Certificate of Achievement and Skills Certificates in Property Management and Real Estate.

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Real Estate Certificate of Achievement

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The Real Estate program offers an Associate in Science degree, a Certificate of Achievement and Skills Certificates in Property Management and Real Estate.

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Real Estate Skills Certificate

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The Real Estate program offers an Associate in Science degree, a Certificate of Achievement and Skills Certificates in Property Management and Real Estate.

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Real Estate, A.S.

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The Real Estate program offers an Associate in Science degree, a Certificate of Achievement and Skills Certificates in Property Management and Real Estate.

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310-233-4000

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1111 Figueroa Place
Wilmington, CA 90744-2397
United States