Where can you go with College of Marin Career Education?
Choose from over 40 career certificates and degrees to start your new career and 10 Skill Certificates to advance your career to the next level. For other academic programs, see College of Marin’s main website at marin.edu
1. CERTIFICATE AND DEGREES:
- Associate Degree – An Associate Degree in Science in the field as named above. These are typically two-year degrees and require your major studies PLUS general education.
- Associate Degree for Transfer – The degree to get when you are planning on transferring your Associate Degree to a four-year college. These are aligned with the University of California (UC) or California State University (CSU), so the classes you take must be accepted by those systems. Please see a counselor to plan your specific classes.
- Certificate of Achievement – Industry-recognized credentials that are career-focused, so they are ideal for many fields, when you know what you want to study but don’t need the general education you get with an Associate Degree.
- Skills Certificate – Shorter certificates that are targeted to specific achievements to upgrade or advance your existing career. They are under 12 units.
2. SEMESTERS AND UNITS TO COMPLETE = These are the minimum you must complete to get the award:
- Minimum number of semesters is assuming you are attending full-time. If you attend part-time you will take longer.
- Minimum number of units is the minimum required.
To learn more, click on the link to the Career Program you are interested in to access the Career Pathway sheet, or schedule an appointment with a Counselor.
3. Tuition and Fees and Books and Supplies are estimated costs. These expenses may not reflect your actual cost to attend College of Marin:
- Tuition and fees is calculated based on in-state tuition and assumes that you will take the minimum units required. For more details about tuition and fees, including out-of-state tuition costs, see http://www1.marin.edu/paying-college
- Career education programs are eligible for financial aid. For information about opportunities for financial aid, please contact Enrollment Services at (415) 457-8811 x8822.
- Books and supplies costs are estimates and can vary widely depending on which classes you take. To keep your book cost to a minimum, College of Marin has numerous classes with zero textbook costs! Click here to learn more.
For more information about advanced degrees, see the College of Marin Course Catalog or call the Counseling Office at (415) 485-9432 for further information.
Gainful Employment: For more information about College of Marin graduation and completion rates, the median debt of students who have completed our programs, and other important gainful employment information, please visit www1.marin.edu/gainful-employment.