NEXT SESSION APPLICATION DEADLINE
We are accepting applications for the next session, for both online & in-person classes!
We have decades of study, professional experience and academic innovation invested in providing the courses you need to succeed. We take an avid interest in your progress, create an environment that forges life-long relationships and strive to provide an experience that includes academic greatness, personal insights and fun. There are many benefits to getting a vocational education, including:
Our instructors provide close guidance, from the first day of class through the certification process. Our student services department also offers all students and alumni lifetime employment placement assistance.
According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), bachelor’s degree programs can cost anywhere from $100,000 to $130,000. The price of attending a four-year public college was $24,869 during the 2018-2019 school year. A private for-profit institution costs just over $33,000 per year.
Technical colleges and trade schools charge just a fraction of the price. Students are able to leave these institutions without the amount of debt university students accrue. Flexible financial aid options are also available.
Associate degrees are awarded after completing a two-year degree program. A minimum of 60 credits is needed to graduate. Part-time students will need more time to complete these requirements. Other students choose to condense their workload to graduate early or within one year.
IT certificates are widely available at trade schools and provide access to a number of desirable salaries. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, computer and network system administrators earn an annual median pay of $84, 8100. Meanwhile, computer programmers can earn upwards of $89,190.
Other high-paying trade job roles include medical assistant, construction manager, elevator repairer, and electrical technician.
Occupational education opportunities generally have more flexible requirements than typically university programs. Our general eligibility requirements are that you must have a high school diploma or a recognized equivalent such as a General Educational Development (GED) certificate.
Students who have completed their high school education through a homeschool program approved under state law are also welcome at our San Diego campus.