You’ve decided to get your degree to start a life-changing career in the technology field. It’s a great start! Technology changes quickly, and only experienced professionals can provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to succeed. You want a degree that prepares you for work and that you can complete quickly. The School of Technology at CCSD has the right degree for you.
At the School of Technology, you will learn from experts who have already proven themselves in the tech world and are passionate about helping you launch or advance your career. You’ll get personalized attention and services as a School of Technology student that help prepare you for your job search and the professional world. So take the next step. Review the degree programs below and complete the form for information, or call 800-622-3188 for fastest service today.
If online learning works better with your lifestyle, explore programs through our affiliated institution – Independence University. Look for programs marked with an asterisk (*) for degree offerings taught completely online, or offered in both an online and on campus format.
Almost all industries use technology and need skilled professionals. Tech careers are expected to grow more quickly than average.1 The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the number of software development jobs will increase 18% by the year 2024.2 Popular jobs include software developer, computer systems analyst, and web developer.
With the right education, you could establish a rewarding, prosperous career in the technology sector. Whether you want to find your first job in the field, improve your skills to get a better job, or become an expert in your specialty, you’ll find a degree option at California College San Diego.
Learn what makes computers work. You’ll find out how to write and edit computer programs using several programming languages and problem-solving skills
Networks and databases keep information moving between computers. Learn how to build, maintain, and update hardware and software systems.
Learn how to accurately process, manage, and maintain medical records and communication.
Help organizations establish and operate effective, secure information systems.
Learn how to develop mobile applications, test software, make it secure, and perform user-interaction design.
Gain high-level managerial and analytical skills to help businesses succeed with technology.
“They’re just focusing on accounting, on business, on what your degree is. I chose this school, because it’s accelerated. Meaning, I was able to get my bachelor’s degree within two years. Comparatively, it might take about four years, five years.”
- Khanh Lam
“We didn’t use books that often, but they always were showing examples. It was never just books, books, books. It was
always hands-on. Even if it’s not in the lab, they still made it easier to learn because it’s hands-on.”
- Sam Dows
Medical Specialties (AOS)
“I started out doing small-time financials here and there for different accounting firms. Once I finished my education, I had such a better understanding about accounting. I went from specializing in accounting to becoming a knowledgeable expert. I now have a full-time accounting job at a landscaping company. Putting all my effort into my education has landed me a job that I absolutely love.”
- Monica Madden
Business Management & Accounting (AAS)
“From a high school dropout, to going into a field I’ve never been a part of, to now having a bachelor’s. I just feel like I’m on top of the world! I feel like I can really help. I feel like CCSD helped out.”
- Dallas Beaver
Respiratory Therapy (BS)
“My time in the military, which was 13 years, I was in the medical field then. So, when I got out, I did a little bit of civilian work in the medical field as well. I decided I didn’t want to be in the back office anymore. I wanted to do more toward the front office. So, in order to go move up a little more, I decided to find a school that would help me in that aspect, and I found that at CCSD.”
- Eddie Underwood
Healthcare Administration (MS)*
“I wanted a smaller school that would give me the attention and the help that I needed. My admissions consultant was very nice and friendly. He gave me a tour and explained everything to me.”
- Mimi Raza
Business Administration (BS)