The Norco College School of Business & Management offers a number of certificate pattern programs. Certificate programs, leading to an associate of science degree require a minimum of 18 units (6 classes or so).
The School of Business & Management provides relevant, rigorous and career-focused degree programs that meet the needs of self-directed adults who seek to achieve educational and professional goals.
Certificates can be completed within one and a half to two years and lead to employment!
Each course required for the certificate must be completed with a "C" grade or better and all can be counted toward the degree as well as the major.
Where can I go if I'm interested in a subject/ major, but I don’t know what to do with that major?http://whatcanidowiththismajor.com/major/majors/
Where can I go if I'm interested in a career or job family and I want to learn more about it and the labor market?https://www.onetonline.org/
Where can I go for more information regarding careers but I also want to see different state and local statistics for the labor market?https://www.bls.gov/ooh/
Where can I see what classes I'm going to need for major preparation to a specific public university? OR How can I check to see if a class is transferable to a CSU/UC?http://www.assist.org/web-assist/welcome.html
College can be confusing and challenging. We are here to help you navigate the process, make the right choices and stay focused on your goal whether it's a degree, a certificate or transferring to a four-year college or university.
- Begin by reading the information included on this website. Many of your initial questions will be answered here.
- Check with the Assessment Center to see what placement tests you need to take.
- Make an appointment with an academic counselor to develop your Student Educational Plan.
- Enroll in one or all of our Guidance Classes.
- Find helpful college information in the Student Handbook.
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Norco College offers a host of services for students who are struggling financially and academically. Contact Student Support Services for further information.
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Norco College students can pursue an Associate of Arts or Science Degree in an area of emphasis or in one of our Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. The document below lists the Riverside Community College District associate degree general education requirements as well as the various “areas of emphasis” a student can choose to complete in order to earn their degree in that area. All associate degrees require a minimum of 60 degree applicable units.
If you will be completing an Associate of Science degree in a CTE program you will still need to complete the general education requirements, plus you will need to complete the CTE certificate requirements in a state-approved program of study of 18 units or more.
The mission of the Peer Mentor program at Norco College is to help students set and attain academic, personal, social, and career goals by offering a peer perspective.
Peer mentors serve as role models for persistence and success when representing Norco College to prospective students.
They also help new students acclimate to college life and support students through advising and mentoring.Click here to download and fill out the 2017-2018 School Peer Mentor Application.
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