Short Programs

7 month programs that train students with substantial hands-on lab work to prepare them for targeted entry-level careers.

  • General Electrician
  • Biomedical Technology
  • Information Technology
  • Accounting Specialist

General Electrician

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.

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Biomedical Technology

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.

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Information Technology

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 certifications. SCIT is a Microsoft Imagine Academy Program Partner.

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Accounting Specialist

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.

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Degree Programs

Accelerated, in-depth, and industry relevant degree programs that can be completed within 3 years and designed for those who work while they study.

  • B.S. Biomedical Engineering
  • B.S. Electrical Engineering
  • B.S. Electronic Engineering
  • B.S. Information Systems

B.S. Biomedical Engineering

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.

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B.S. Electrical Engineering

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.

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B.S. Electronic Engineering

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.

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B.S. Information Systems

The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS) 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.

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