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Our programs are developed to bridge the gap between education and industry by offering a balanced combination of theory and hands-on labs.
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A Different, Application Based
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Learn by applying what you learn. Our motto is simple; "Learn. Apply."
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The world is changing and education needs to change with it. We are trying to bring change straight to the heart of education, the classroom; because we believe the classroom should be more than only big textbooks and fancy desks. It should be a place where you learn to apply your education.
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SCIT was founded by a team of educators in 1987 to pioneer effective, application focused educational methods in the engineering, business and trade disciplines. At our campus located in Anaheim, Orange County CA, we aim to provide students with an in-depth and engaging learning experience centered on industry relevant and practical curricula.
Our mission is to provide programs that foster and unite creativity with a hands-on approach to learning, what we call "Education Through Application." We achieve this by offering programs that are sound and practical in concept, implement by experienced, dedicated faculty and staff, and that utilize innovative instructional labs for students to apply what they learn in the classroom.
Study & train to install & maintain residential, commercial and industrial electrical systems based on the national electrical code (NEC). Students learn electrical wiring codes used in residential homes and programmable logic controllers (PLC) in conjunction with electric motors used in the commercial and industrial sectors. Program developed to meet the California "Whole General Electrician" curriculum standards. Learn more.
Study how to troubleshoot and repair electronic based medical devices. Students train for entry level employment as Biomedical Technicians (BMET) and other professions involving medical device repair. The program curriculum has been developed based on CBET certification subjects. Learn more.
Install, configure and administer industry simulating computer networks using Cisco equipment & Microsoft Software. Courses are structured around IT industry certifications such as the Cisco CCNA and Microsoft MCITP certifications. SCIT is a Microsoft IT Academy Program Partner. Learn more.
Learn manual and computerized accounting principles and skills used in modern businesses. Student study both manual and computerized accounting principles based on GAAP to provide a comprehensive overview of the accounting cycle and how accounting is practiced in business. Learn more.
The Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) program emphasizes utility & industrial aspects of the electrical field such as electrical energy generation & transmission, factory automation systems and robotics. Topics include: industrial automation, robotics, power systems and electrical CAD. Courses offer a balanced mix of engineering principles and practice involving hands-on labs. Learn more.
The Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering (BSEE) program introduces students to applications of electronic systems used in various industries such as healthcare, telecommunications, and consumer products. Students study foundational electronics and build toward designing both analog and digital systems. Learn more.
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) program emphasizes the challenges and practical issues of building and maintaining computer data systems. Topics include: network security, virtualization, web technologies and databases. Students apply concepts learned in courses to projects based on IT scenarios found in practice. Learn more.
The Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering (BSBE) program introduces students to various medical applications of electronic based devices by bridging topics between electronics engineering and the physiological sciences. Topics include: bio-mechanics, bio-materials, and medical instrumentation design. Students learn to apply concepts from courses through instructional lab work. Learn more.
The Bachelor of Science in Accounting (BSA) program is designed to introduce students to the various fields within accounting to ultimately lead toward CPA preparation. Topics include: auditing, tax, cost and managerial accounting. Students apply classroom concepts to projects involving accounting scenarios found in practice. Learn more.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Management (BSBM) is designed to touch upon the various fragments of a typical business to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of company structure. Topics include: human resources, business law, finance and information systems. Learn more.