How long are your programs? Our programs last from 36 to 54 weeks, with new classes beginning frequently (every 4-6 weeks, depending on the program).
Is Central Coast College accredited? Yes. Central Coast College is nationally accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training.
Are there evening classes? Yes! Computer Specialist: Accounting, Health Information and Patient Services and Medical Assisting are all offered in the evenings.
What days/hours do students attend school? Day students take classes Monday thru Friday and evening students take classes Monday thru Thursday. Classes for day students meet in blocks scheduled between 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Evening classes start at 5:50 p.m. or 6:00 p.m. and usually end at 9:45 p.m.
Are there classes in the summer? Yes, our students go to school year-round with occasional days off for seasonal vacations, holidays, etc. Student holidays are consistent with public school holidays whenever possible, a factor those with school-age children appreciate.
What do students receive when they graduate? Our graduates receive diplomas at our semiannual graduation ceremonies and job search assistance.
Does Central Coast College help with job placement? Our Career Services Department works with all graduates to prepare them for the competitive workplace. Although placement is never guaranteed, 75% of our 2010 graduates found employment in a field related to their training. All of our graduates receive placement assistance.
What programs do you offer? Central Coast College offers programs in Computer Specialist: Accounting, Computer Office Administration, Health Information and Patient Services and Medical Assisting.
What if I only want to take one course? Custom or single-course training is arranged through our custom training coordinator on a space-available basis.
What programs do you offer?
Central Coast College offers programs in Computer Specialist: Accounting, Computer Office Administration, Medical Administrative Assistant, and Medical Assisting.
"Central Coast College gave me skills like how to communicate with patients, do patient charting, lab work, how to draw blood, how to use a computer in a medical environment... I got a little bit of everything from Central Coast College. When I got out into the working environment, I just took everything they taught me and applied it and it worked out great."
Melissa Pugliese, 2005
Medical Assistant Graduate