Pasadena City College (PCC) is a two-year community college located in Pasadena, California. The school offers degrees in a range of academic disciplines including liberal arts and engineering. The school also offers many community education classes and an extended learning center.
The Natural Sciences Division at Pasadena offers courses in astronomy, geology and physics. The Natural Sciences Division is also responsible for overseeing a Wetlands Project that uses chemical tests and surveys to determine wetlands efficiency coupled with pollution in the environment.
The Engineering and Technology Division at PCC offers an array of courses including administration of justice, automotive technology and fire technology. The Electrical Technology program will prepare students for a career in the electrical industry as assistants and public utilities assistants.
The Visual Arts and Media Studies Division offers classes in the areas of studio arts design and journalism. This division is the home of the Digital Media Center which serves as a network for new media and entertainment professionals. The school also offers an Art Gallery which showcases students artistic abilities.
The Community Education Center division comprises 12 major programs and enroll about 5,000 students each semester. The classes are geared for working adults ranging from 18-65. Classes include foster care, cosmetology and parent education.