Instructional Programs

What is a Program? 

At Ventura College, a program is defined as any course of study that counts toward a certificate, degree or transfer and/or any stand-alone or combined student support services that may enhance students’ academic achievement.* These are broken down into two main categories, Instructional Programs and Service Unit Programs. Further, Service Unit Programs are divided into three subcategories: Student and Instructional Service Programs, Business Service Programs and Institutional Offices.

Instructional Programs Descriptions and Mapping

Accounting Dance Mathematics
Agriculture Drafting  Medical Assisting
Anthropology Economics Music
Architecture Emergency Medical Technologies (EMT) Nursing Science
Art Engineering Paramedic Studies
Astronomy English Philosophy
Athletics English as a Second Language (ESL) Physical Science
Automotive Technology Environmental Science &
Resource Management (ESRM)
Biological Sciences Foreign Languages Political Science
Business Geography Psychology
Busines Information Systems Geology Reading
Business Management Health Education Sign Language
Certified Nursing Assistant History Sociology
Chemistry Holistic Studies   Supervision
Chicano Studies Human Services Theater Arts
Child Development International Studies Water Science
Communication Studies Kinesiology (PE) Welding
Computer Science Learning Assistance Work Experience
Construction Technology Management-see Business Mgmt  
Criminal Justice Manufacturing Technology