Academic Divisions


Business, Industry & Technology (BIT)

BIT offers one-year certificate programs, and the option for students to continue their education from any certificate into a two-year Associate in Science degree. Programs highlight the development of a person's necessary skills and knowledge to work collaboratively, lead with good judgment and responsibility, take initiative, organize work satisfactorily, and develop flexibility for a continually changing work environment.

Social Science

Social Science represents college-level disciplines such as Anthropology, Early Childhood Education, Economics, Education, History, Political Science, Psychology, Public Administration, and Sociology. The Social Science division also manages special programs and organizations such as the Sister School Program with San Hsin School in Taiwan, Brain Bowl, and Model UN.

Communications & Humanities (CH)

General education requirements for the Associate of Arts degree can be fulfilled through CH courses, and some courses also fulfill requirements for Associate of Science degrees. CH is the home of arts and culture at TCC with programs such as Theatre TCC!, Forensics Speech and Debate, and the Ralph Hurst and Fine Art galleries. 

Healthcare Professions (HCP)

HCP offers programs that prepare students for in-demand careers such as nursing, dental hygiene, pharmacy management, EMS, and more. The clinically-based health programs are offered at the Ghazvini Center for Healthcare Education, and dental programs are offered at the main campus.   

Science & Mathematics (SM)

The wide variety of SM courses are designed to meet the needs of students in either an Associate in Arts transfer degree or an Associate in Science program. SM also houses the Dr. Lei Wang STEM Center, a multipurpose study space for students majoring in science, technology, engineering, and/or mathematics. 

Transitional Studies

Transitional studies assist students academically by developing the reading, writing, and study skills needed to make the most of their educational opportunities, as well as shaping them to reflect the characteristics of successful, independent learners. 

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