American river college certificate programs
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We are extremely proud of our graduates, and we want you to be one of them! Once you’ve decided on a degree or certificate path, meet with a counselor on a regular basis to ensure you’re on track to finish.
Certificates of Achievement (with unit specifications of 18 or more) and Department Certificates are the two types of certificates available (with unit requirements of less than 18 units). Training can take anywhere from six months to two years, depending on the program you choose.
Students may pursue an associate degree or meet university transfer requirements to further their education. After you’ve completed the required courses, you can submit an online petition for certification or meet with a counselor in person to submit a petition.
Although some equivalent course work from other accredited institutions may be applied toward a certificate, American River College requires a minimum of 12 units. Each course leading to a certificate must have a grade of C or better. Certificate programs with less than 12 unit requirements can be completed by completing just the certificate program requirements (and do not need to meet residency).
ABA Breadth: Courses from at least three different areas of the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC), excluding performance courses, activity courses, administration of justice courses, and science labs.
This course provides an overview of the California court system, with a focus on the practical aspects of litigation and the proper procedures required by statutes and court rules. It includes state and federal constitutional limits, jurisdiction, venue, pleadings, and motions, as well as other aspects of California court procedure. It also contains the forms that are used to submit matters to the court system, from pre-litigation to post-litigation appeals.
This course provides an overview of substantive tort law as it pertains to personal injury cases. It covers tort principles like negligence, intent, and strict liability, as well as the elements needed to establish liability and the defenses available to litigants. Pretrial processes such as discovery, settlement offers, and witness and trial preparation are covered in this course.
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Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Information Science, Engineering, Geography, and Geographic Information Systems are examples of programs that prepare students for careers in these fields. – Physical Science & Physics – Geology – Mathematics – Natural Resources
Art and Art History – Art New Media – Fashion – Hospitality – Hospitality – Hospitality – Hospitality – Hospitality – Hospitality – Hospitality – Hospitality – Hospitality – Hospitality – Hospitality – Hospitality – Hospital Management – Interior Design – Music – Music Recording / Business – Theatre Arts – Theatre Arts: Film / Management – Theatre Arts – Theatre Arts: Theatre Arts: Film
Anthropology – Art & Art History – ASL – English Interpreter Preparation – Deaf Culture & ASL – Early Childhood Education are examples of programs that prepare students for careers in these fields. – English – English as a Second Language – Education/Teaching – Languages other than English – Humanities – International Studies – History – Reporting – Social Justice Studies – Philosophy – Political Science – Psychology – Speech – Sociology – Social Science
Administration of Justice – Dance are examples of programs that prepare students for careers in these fields. – Funeral Service – Fire Technology Gerontology is a branch of general science in education. – Homeland Security – Healthcare Interpreting – Services to Humans – Kinesiology and Athletics – Nursing and Allied Health – Nutrition – Paramedic and EMT-Paramedic and EMT-Paramedic and EMT-Paramedic and EMT-Paramedic and EMT-Paramedic and EMT-Par – Respiratory Care – Speech-Language Pathology – Recreation
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Students earning an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree must complete all required major courses (ranging from 18 to 30 units), meet competency requirements, complete general education requirements, and complete enough electives to meet a minimum of 60 degree applicable units.
The Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T) and Associate in Science for Transfer (AS-T) degrees are intended to provide a clear path to bachelor’s degrees at California State University (CSU). Students who receive a transfer degree from a California community college are guaranteed junior standing at select CSU campuses and are given priority admission consideration over other transfer students.
To receive an AA-T or AS-T degree, students must complete all required major courses (with a “C” or better), the CSU General Education Certification pattern, or the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (CSU option), and 60 CSU transferable units. American River College must provide at least 12 of the 60 units.