"Source Reduction is to garbage what preventive medicine is to health."
-- William L. Rathje
Santa Barbara City College
Mission Statement: Santa Barbara City College is committed to the success of each student, providing
a variety of ways for students to access outstanding and affordable higher education
programs that foster lifelong learning. SBCC works to ensure academic success
for all students as they earn a degree or certificate, prepare for transfer, or gain the
occupational competencies and academic skills needed to advance in their careers.
For additional information on the programs offered at Santa Barbara City College, visit their website at:www.sbcc.edu
Dregrees Offered at Santa Barbara City College:
Less than one year certificate One but less than two years certificate Associate's degree
Other Programs Offered at Santa Barbara City College:
Agriculture, agriculture operations, and related sciences Area, ethnic, cultural, and gender studies Biological and biomedical sciences Business, management, marketing, and related support services Communication, journalism, and related programs Communications technologies/technicians and support services Computer and information sciences and support services Construction trades Education Engineering technologies/technicians Engineering English language and literature/letters Family and consumer sciences/human sciences Foreign languages, literatures, and linguistics Health professions and related clinical sciences History Liberal arts and sciences, general studies and humanities Mathematics and statistics Mechanic and repair technologies/technicians Multi/interdisciplinary studies Natural resources and conservation Parks, recreation, leisure, and fitness studies Personal and culinary services Philosophy and religious studies Physical sciences Psychology Science technologies/technicians Security and protective services Social sciences Transportation and materials moving Visual and performing arts
School Type: 2-year, Public Campus Setting: City: Small Student Population: 19,081 Undergraduate Students: 19,081
Santa Barbara City College 721 Cliff Drive Santa Barbara, California 93109-2394
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