Find everything you need to know about majors, certificates, and training programs at Fresno City College.
Interested in a Degree?
We offer Associate in Science (AS) and Associate in Arts (AA) degrees. Many of our degrees include a guaranteed transfer to four year institutions - Associate Degree for Transfer (AST and AAT).
If you're trying to figure out what really interests you, give Ram Pathways a shot! These pathways bring together groups of related study programs that share core classes and career routes. They're like a roadmap – you start with a big picture of what you want to study, then zoom in to focus on a specific program or major. This can lead to getting certificates, associate degrees, and even getting ready to transfer to a university. It's all about finding your path in a way that works for you!
- Arts, Communication & Language Pathway
- Business Pathway
- Culture, Education & Society Pathway
- Health & STEM Pathway
- Tech & Trades Pathway
Nine Academic Divisions
View our list of Majors offered at Fresno City College. The majors are housed under:
- Allied Health, Physical Education, and Athletics (APA)
- Applied Technology (AT)
- Business Division (BUS)
- Fine, Performing, and Communication Arts (FPCA)
- Humanities (HUM)
- Math, Science, and Engineering (MSE)
- Social Sciences (SOC)
- Career & Technology Center (CTC)
- Library (LRC)
Looking for Training?
Fire and Police
The Career & Technology Center offers several training programs ranging from 20 to 30 weeks. This is perfect for hands-on application and to be ready to work in the industry within weeks.
The Applied Technology Division offers an AS degree in Automotive Technology and several certificates for those who need college credit including GM ASEP.
The Career & Technology Center's Industrial Program offers two trainings: Warehouse Technician that can be completed in 12 weeks, and the Maintenance Mechanic which is a 30-week program.
The Training Institute provides career training, professional development, continuing education, online programs, and corporate training. Their programs include:
- Pharmacy technician
- Electrocardiogram EKG training
- RN review and skills practice
- CPR for healthcare providers
- Farm labor CE
- Online courses in Microsoft Office, Quickbooks, SQL programming, Purchasing, and much more...
The Career & Technology Center (CTC) provides training based upon industry needs at a low cost. No high school diploma required. Includes job placement services.
Top Rated Nursing Program
The registered nursing program is the largest community college nursing program in California and the second largest nursing program in the United States. Students who complete the program earn an Associate of Science degree and are eligible to take the National Counsel Licensure Examination for Registered Nursing (NCLEX-RN). The nursing program is for those who want to become registered nurses (RN) as well as licensed vocational nurses (LVN).
CTC prepares students to perform a wide range of diagnostics, repairs, and preventative maintenance on automobiles and light trucks. This 30-week program provide hands-on training in engine overhaul, manual and automatic drive train, front end alignment, brake service and repair, fuel systems, ignition systems and air conditioning.
Registered Dental Hygienists provide dental health education, expose and process dental radiographs, and protect both the oral and systemic health of their patients. Graduates from the program will be eligible to take the National Board Dental Hygiene Examination and State or Regional Licensing Examinations.
The Basic Fire Academy program prepares students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become a State of California Certified Firefighter 1. The curriculum is designed to provide the extensive hands-on training required by many fire agencies for entry-level employment as a firefighter.