We are proud to announce the Associate of Science -Transfer (AS-T) in Business Administration!
San José City College now offers the fastest and most effective way to transfer to
a California State University (CSU).
As economic majors, students have learning opportunities that are relevant to many
types of careers, including public policy, government agencies and government related
organizations (for example, the Federal Reserve System and the Bureau of Labor Statistics),
business, data analysis, accounting and education.
Medical Assistants play a vital role in the management and efficient operations of
doctors' offices, clinics, and other medical facilities. With the growth of the aging
baby-boom population, the demand for preventive medical services continues to increase,
and physicians will hire more medical assistants to perform routine administrative
and clinical duties, allowing the physicians to see more patients.
In the Administration of Justice program, you can learn about the functions and relationships
of the police, prosecution, courts, probation and correctional systems of the United
The Administration of Justice program offers practical and technical instruction designed
to meet the increasing demand for criminal justice system employees and provides opportunities
for current employees to upgrade their skills.
San José City College offers an Associate in Science (AS), Associate in Science for
Transfer (AS-T) and various Certificates of Achievement in Early Childhood Education.
Our Graduates of the Associate in Science Degree Program qualify through academic
preparation and field experience for work in child centers, pre-schools, day care
facilities, infant and toddler centers and other programs serving young children.
In response to requests from industry partners, San José City developed this program
to prepare participants to monitor, maintain and troubleshoot mechanical and electrical
equipment in facilities ranging from operating rooms, hotels, commercial buildings
to clean rooms.
The contributions of the American machinist are felt in nearly every facet of industry
- from the production of nuts and bolts measuring within one one-thousandth of an
inch in accuracy - to a full-scale space shuttle.
Accuracy is the essence of any machined product. After reading blueprints, the machinist
must take raw material and form and fabricate it into a finished machined part.
Journalism at San José City College is a multi-faceted program that offers classes
in broadcasting, mass media, writing and reporting, and newspaper production and management.
Winner of General Excellence awards from professional and collegiate journalism organizations,
the campus newspaper, SJCC Times, in print and online sjcctimes.com offers training and experience in preparing news in print and electronic formats.
Through dance education and performance you will learn new awareness of many personal
and cultural issues.
Through human movement and dance tradition, you will gain perspective on understanding
diversity and change in our society.
Dance is a universal language used to communicate openly and freely with all people.
With concerts, technique classes, and courses in choreography and dance appreciation
you will have opportunities to experience Dance at San José City College regardless
of your prior experience or ability.
Theatre and Dramatic Arts You will better understand the dramatic arts by studying theater, film, and acting.
Enroll in an acting class or theater performance class, or participate “behind the
scenes” in performances in our own renovated City College Theater. Choose from courses
that will meet general education transfer requirements.
Did you know you can discover your SPOT with more than two dozen degrees for transfer?
Every year, nearly 40,000 California community college students earn an Associate
Degree for Transfer that guarantees them admission as juniors to a Cal State campus
and other participating universities.
We proudly introduce our 2023 Robert N. Chang Family Foundation Scholars, who will
transfer to four-year universities. The scholarship will help pay for their studies
for up to two years as our students earn their bachelor's degrees.
Adrianne Belardes is transferring to San José State University and will major in Psychology.
Flor Gomez is transferring to San José State University and will major in Sociology.
Hnin Yee Ko is transferring to San José State University and will major in Computer
Anh Quach is transferring to UC Davis and will major in Sociology.
Rosario Alexis Rivera is transferring to Santa Clara University and will major in
Iliana Rodriguez is transferring to Santa Clara University and will major in Sociology.
Alejandro Ordaz Saldivar is transferring to Grand Canyon University and will major
Jacky Thai is transferring to UC Irvine and will major in Psychological Science.