Citrus College's 55 disciplines cover areas of study from Anthropology to Water Technology. Each discipline area includes related programs of study, courses, faculty and division contact information, and institutional learning outcomes.
The disciplines are grouped together under eight divisions:
Career, Technical and Continuing Education
|Noncredit and Community Education||NC|
|Technology & Engineering|
|Automotive Technology||AUTO, MTRK and SPWG|
|Drafting and Design Technology||DRAF|
|Information Technology and Information Systems||ITIS|
|Counseling||COUN and EAC|
Language Arts and Library
|English as a Second Language||ESL|
|Foreign Languages||ASL, CHIN, FREN, GER, ITAL, JPN and SPAN|
Mathematics and Business
Natural, Physical and Health Sciences
|Forestry (Wildland Resources)||FOR|
|Dental Assisting, Registered||DENT|
|Emergency Medical Technician||HEAL|
Social and Behavioral Sciences
|Administration of Justice||AJ|
|Psychology||PSY and LEAD|
|Sociology||SOC and ETHN|
Visual and Performing Arts
|Music||MUSC, MUSE and MUSP|
Institutional outcomes are not limited to students in programs and services, but may apply to the broader community served by the college. Institutional outcomes demonstrate commitment to the college mission.
Citrus College fosters a diverse educational community and cultural learning environment that supports student success in the six areas of core competencies adopted by the college in order to assure an informed and ethical citizenry. The six areas of core competency are:
- Creative, critical, and analytical thinking (informational competency);
- Community/global consciousness and responsibility;
- Discipline/subject areas specific content material.
More information on these areas can be found on the General Education and Learning Outcomes page.
The following outcomes are used throughout instructional programs and services, student support services and institutional support.
Academic Excellence (General Education)
Students transferring or completing degrees or certificates from Citrus College must demonstrate effectively assessed learning in the six areas of core competency.
Economic Opportunity (Career and Technical Education)
Participants preparing for employment and/or career advancement demonstrate effectively assessed learning in the six areas of core competency adopted by the college.
Foundational Skills for Student Success (Basic Skills)
Participants engaged in development of foundational skills for student success demonstrate effectively assessed personal achievement in the six areas of core competency adopted by the college.