MSJC Launches New Programs to Prepare Students for In-Demand Careers
Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) is launching four new Career Education programs this fall that are designed to prepare students for in-demand jobs and careers in the Inland Empire.
- Aviation Science. This program offers an associate degree and certificates that will help MSJC students take flight and land careers as commercial pilots.
- Culinary Arts. A student seeking a successful culinary career will learn the basic techniques, as well as all classic and contemporary techniques.
- Engineering. Students can earn an associate degree, certificates, or employment concentration in various aspects of engineering, an industry with a constant high demand for workers.
- Geographic Information Science. The program will offer an associate degree and certificates in various GIS concentrations designed to help MSJC students find careers in many disciplines that rely on this technology-driven specialization.
MSJC Career Education leaders regularly analyze data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, study work trends, and meet with leaders from various industries in the region to determine additional programs and curriculum the college can create to better prepare students for the workforce.
MSJC's Fall 2021 semester begins Aug. 16. Students can search the MSJC Fall Schedule of Classes to find face-to-face or online classes. Priority registration begins Tuesday, July 6.
Mt. San Jacinto College serves about 27,000 students in a district covering 1,700 square miles from the San Gorgonio Pass to Temecula, with campuses in San Jacinto, Menifee, Banning and Temecula.
MSJC awarded a record-breaking 3,848 degrees and certificates to 2,173 graduates on May 27, 2021.