Applied Technology & Business
Applied Technology & Business
- Career Technical Education
- Computer and Information Science
- Public Safety
This program is designed for business students planning to transfer to the University of California and/or the California State University systems.
Management, Small Business
This program is designed for those planning to start their own business, buy an existing business, buy a franchise, or who already own their own business. This option emphasizes learning the concepts and practical skills necessary to be a successful, professional entrepreneur. Specifically designed for working adults, the courses emphasize a systematic approach to business which focuses on the integration of theoretical and practical skills.
Designed to serve the needs of the employees and employers within the retail industry. The program provides the knowledge and skills needed to prepare students for both entry level jobs and upward mobility opportunities in this dynamic and ever changing segment of our economy. Program emphasis is placed on professional and career development.
Students may select from four programs in Office Technology: Administrative Assistant, Legal Specialist, Medical Office Specialist, Medical Transcription Specialist. These programs are designed to develop a management support person with technical and communication skills. Time-management and problem-solving abilities are emphasized along with a “team member” approach for a career in today’s business environment.
This program offers courses needed to qualify for the state of California salesperson license examination as well as for the broker’s examination. A full range of real estate courses is offered including real estate finance, appraisals, etc. The courses are taught by qualified real estate professionals.
Career Technical Education
Mechatronics is the blending of electronics, mechanics, electrical. and computers to produce a well-rounded technician capable of handling the complex maintenance and operations tasks demanded by modern manufacturing, transportation, communication, and other industries. The modularization of electro-mechanical devices no longer requires in-depth specialization of a single field of study as more emphasis is placed on troubleshooting and replacement skills for maintenance and generalized knowledge of how systems work together for operations and purchasing and planning.
Airframe Maintenance Technician
Practical and theoretical knowledge in basic maintenance techniques, plus the special requirements of either airframe or power plant work. Upon satisfactory completion of the required courses, the student is eligible to take the Federal Aviation Administration written oral and practical examination for airframe or power plant license.
Power Plant Maintenance Technician
Practical and theoretical knowledge in basic maintenance techniques, plus the special requirements of either airframe or power plant work. Upon satisfactory completion of the required courses, the student is eligible to take the Federal Aviation Administration written, oral and practical examination for airframe or power plant license.
This program is designed to prepare the student for employment as a body repair and paint apprentice in privately owned repair shops or automotive dealerships. A student could be self-employed from the training after completing the program.
This program is designed to prepare graduates for employment in the automotive industry as apprentice mechanics, parts people, service station attendants or specialists in one of the many areas in, or jobs related to, the automotive industry.
As specified in the Cal Grant Program Institutional Participation Agreement, under California Education Code Section 69432.7(l)(2)(A), institutions must provide an access point for prospective and current students to view the institution’s license examination passage rates. Passage rates provided must be for the most recent available year and be for graduates of its undergraduate programs leading to employment for which passage of a California licensing examination is required, if that data is electronically available through the internet Web site of the licensing agency.
Cosmetology Program Information Session
There will be a mandatory Virtual Informational Meeting for enrolled students prior to the start of the program.
Mandatory Orientation for Cosmo 100 Course
The program consists of sixteen hundred (1600) hours of intensive training and study designed to prepare the student to take the California State Board of Cosmetology examination for licensure. Units include theory and practice in fundamental skills in all phases of beauty culture. Assignment of units is based on hours in attendance. See the Course Description portion of the Catalog for prerequisite requirements for admission to the program.
Transfer students will be accepted on a space-available basis providing they have not achieved more than 500 certified hours of training.
OCED 90 and 91 are work experience courses available to all occupational education certificate and degree program students. These courses are designed to combine academic studies with practical, on the job experience, enabling students to apply theories learned in the classrooms to real work situations while earning college credits.
Through an agreement formulated at the beginning of the semester, each student establishes specific “Measurable Learning Objectives” to be accomplished by the end of the grading period. This cooperative agreement may be in the private sector or in public agencies and may be paid or volunteer.
Designed to upgrade the skills of persons employed as welders, providing advanced training in a variety of welding applications.
Designed to prepare the graduate for employment as a welder or a welder helper in the metal trades. The major types of welding covered are shielded arc, acetylene gas welding, metal inert gas, tungsten inert gas, automatic and semi-automatic welding machines.
Computer and Information Science
This program is designed to prepare the student for employment as a computer programmer trainee.
Successful completion of this major will assure competence in computer science through programming and basic data structures, providing an adequate background for employment in many computer system and technology areas as well as providing a firm foundation for students planning to pursue a baccalaureate degree in Computer Science and related disciplines.
This option is designed to prepare the student for employment as a microcomputer applications specialist.
This specialty is designed to prepare the student for employment as a web site administrator and developer.
This program is designed to prepare the student for employment as a computer forensics investigator. It includes a mix of several disciplines of study that, when combined, provide a basis for the general knowledge and skills required to perform the careful investigation of evidence obtained from computers and computer systems. In addition, this major provides the knowledge and skills required by computer network specialists involved in the tasks of securing computer systems and protecting information workers.
This program offers core and selective courses which provide the student with a base of knowledge and proficiencies in the area of corrections. The program operates with the cooperation and participation of local corrections agencies. All instructors in the program have experience in the corrections field. Courses are scheduled both day and evening to accommodate full-time or part-time students seeking to acquire or upgrade skills in the corrections field.
This program was established with the cooperation of the Solano County Criminal Justice Advisory Committee and offers courses for both pre-service and in-service students. All instructors have experience in law enforcement, and courses are scheduled day or evening to accommodate full-time and part-time students seeking to acquire or upgrade skills in the field.
This program offers core and selective courses which provide the student with a base of knowledge and proficiencies in the area of criminal justice. The program operates with the cooperation and participation of local criminal justice agencies. All instructors in the program have experience in the criminal justice field. Courses are scheduled both day and evening to accommodate full-time or part-time students seeking to acquire or upgrade skills and to prepare the criminal justice student for a four-year degree in the CSU system.
This program was established under direction of Solano County fire protection agencies and offers both an intensive training course culminating in a Certificate of Achievement and a well-rounded educational program leading to the Associate in Science Degree. Instructors in this program are experienced members of the fire service field. In addition, a Fire Technology Academy for recently recruited fire service personnel and pre-service students is conducted periodically. The curriculum consists of courses selected from the regular fire technology course offerings.