California’s economy is demanding more educated workers. In just a few years, that demand will reach critical mass. The Public Policy Institute of California says, “If we don’t ramp-up college access and completion rates, by the year 2030, California will have a shortage of 1.1 million workers with a bachelor’s degree.
To help meet the demand, the California Community Colleges are now offering an innovative program: Bachelor’s degrees in 11 majors at 15 schools.
The degrees are unique to California Community Colleges, and not offered at UC or CSU’s. These career education fields have been carefully chosen to meet workforce demands in each region.