Did You Know…?
Ohlone has the highest rate of success among its 25 statewide peers of community colleges for students who started a basic skills math course and then were successful in transfer level math. Source: California Community Colleges Student Success Scorecard.
Graduation requirements are listed in the Ohlone College Catalog.
Occupational programs are available to students interested in preparing for employment in the fields listed. Most of the occupationally oriented programs lead to either the AA or AS degree or to a Certificate of Achievement, the latter usually taking one year to complete.
It is possible for students to enroll in specific individual courses from any of these programs for personal benefit without completing a total program. (These are not designed as transfer programs; students are advised to consult with a counselor if they wish to consider transfer possibilities.)
The Associate Degrees and Certificates page lists fields in which Ohlone College offers the Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree and/or Certificate of Achievement (CA).