MiraCosta College’s summer 2020 semester starts on June 15 with over a hundred class offerings in dozens of subjects. Now is a great time to work toward a degree or certificate, get started in the workplace, transfer to a four-year university, or just simply for personal enrichment, professional growth or to gain a new skill.
Enrollment is on the increase at MiraCosta but great classes are still available online, including transfer-level courses in these disciplines: Art, Automotive Technology, Business Administration, Business Office Technology, Child Development, Computer Studies/Science, Counseling, Dance, Drama, Film, French, Kinesiology, Library Studies, Math, Music, Nursing, Political Science, Sociology and Spanish.
Noncredit courses are also available online and include: Acrylic and Watercolor Painting, Algebra Essentials, Balance and Mobility, Basic Math, English Composition and Grammar, Keyboarding, Self-Awareness Thru Improv, and Spinal Fitness. Several sections of noncredit English as a Second Language (ESL) and High School classes in English, History, Math, and Science are also open this summer.
The enrollment fee is a bargain at just $46 per unit for California residents. This fee is waived for concurrently enrolled high school students. For more information or to register for classes, please call 760.795.6706 or visit our website at miracosta.edu. Financial aid and scholarships are available at miracosta.edu/financialaid.
About MiraCosta College
The MiraCosta Community College District has served the coastal North San Diego County area for over 80 years. More than 21,000 credit students per semester in over 70 disciplines enroll in associate degrees, university transfer and workforce readiness certificate programs. The college also serves a wide spectrum of educational needs in the region ranging from programs for adult education, basic skills, and ESL to a California Community College pilot program offering the nation’s first baccalaureate degree in biomanufacturing. MiraCosta College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).