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Western University of Health Sciences: The Pomona-based university features a range of graduate programs that include osteopathic medicine, physician assisting, veterinary medicine, physical therapy, nursing and pharmacy. Additionally, degrees in dental medicine, optometry and podiatric medicine are available. For more information, call 909-623-6116 or visit www.westernu.edu.
Whittier College: This independent liberal arts college is distinguished by its small size, nationally recognized liberal arts curriculum and innovative interdisciplinary programs. Whittier College offers students a choice of 30 majors in 23 disciplines, as well as self-designed majors. For more information, call 562-907-4200 or visit www.whittier.edu.
Woodbury University: This Burbank-based school offers undergraduate and graduate degrees within its School of Architecture, School of Business and School of Media, Culture and Design. For more information, call 818-767-0888 or visit www.woodbury.edu.
Advanced Technology & Education Park: This innovative new campus in Tustin, with course offerings from Saddleback and Irvine Valley colleges, provides unique technologically advanced programs for students, professionals and business organizations. Specialized technology labs and classrooms are key components of the Center for Applied Competitive Technologies. For more information, call 949-282-2700 or visit www.atep.us.
American Career College: With campuses in Los Angeles, Orange County and the Inland Empire, American Career College offers programs in a variety of medical professions, including dental and medical assisting, massage therapy, surgical technology and medical billing. For more information, call 888-844-6522 or visit www.americancareer.com.
Antelope Valley College: This Lancaster-based school offers university transfer programs and two-year associate degrees. Six academic divisions include business, computer and media arts; math, science and engineering; and technical education. For more information, call 661-722-6300 or visit www.avc.edu.
California School of Culinary Arts: With locations in Pasadena and Hollywood, CSCA is one of few schools that partners with the internationally renowned Le Cordon Bleu. The Pasadena campus features the popular 561 Restaurant, where students gain real-world experience. For more information, call 626-229-1300 or visit www.csca.edu.
Cerritos College: This Norwalk-based campus offers university transfer and two-year associate degrees, as well as adult vocational training in the health, computer, welding and pharmacy clerk fields. Classes to earn GED certificates are available. For more information, call 562-860-2451 or visit www.cerritos.edu.
Chaffey College: Chaffey College offers university transfer curricula, associate degrees and specialty programs including the Health Science Career program, which can lead to a nursing career in eight weeks. The main campus is located in Rancho Cucamonga, with sites in Fontana, Chino and Ontario. For more information, call 909-652-6000 or visit www.chaffey.edu.
Citrus College: This Glendora-based campus offers university transfer programs and two-year associate degrees in seven concentrations including performing arts, language arts and physical education, as well as online distance learning classes. For more information, call 626-963-0323 or visit www.citruscollege.edu.
Coastline Community College: This Fountain Valley college offers transfer programs to four-year schools, as well as certificates and associate degrees. Distance-learning and military programs are available. For more information, call 714-546-7600 or visit www.coastline.edu.
College of the Canyons: Located in Santa Clarita and Valencia, COC offers university transfer programs as well as a range of two-year associate degrees in five academic divisions including allied health and fine arts. The Small Business Development Center provides assistance in applying for financing to get a business started. For more information, call 661-259-7800 or visit www.canyons.edu.
Crafton Hills College: This Yucaipa-based campus offers college credit and degree classes, career and technical education courses, and classes to upgrade job skills. Its premier programs are the paramedic, fire tech, respiratory care and radiologic technology programs. The college's small size affords students one-to-one time with instructors. For more information, call 909-794-2161 or visit www.craftonhills.edu.
Cypress College: Two-year associate degrees and university transfer programs are available at Cypress, which offers wide ranging curricula. A Business/Computer Information Systems Center and Math/Science Learning Center are among the resources offered. For more information, call 714-484-7000 or visit www.cypresscollege.edu.
East Los Angeles College: Associate degrees, certificates and university transfer programs are offered within 28 departments. The Program for Accelerated College Education allows working students to earn an associate degree and transfer to a university in five semesters. For more information, call 323-265-8712 or visit www.elac.edu.
El Camino College: With its original campus in Torrance and another at Compton College, El Camino offers courses in nine academic divisions including business, natural sciences and industry and technology. Seventy-five associate and certificate programs — including business management, fashion and Web programming — are available. For more information, call 310-532-3670 or visit www.elcamino.edu.
Fullerton College: Fullerton offers 90 associate degree programs and more than 100 certificate courses. Many of the programs — including business administration, environmental technology, journalism and computer information systems — offer degrees and certificates. For more information, call 714-992-7568 or visit www.fullcoll.edu.
Glendale College: University transfer programs and a wide range of associate degree and certificate options are available. More than 30 academic departments offer courses including nursing, aviation and computer animation. For more information, call 818-240-1000 or visit www.glendale.edu.
Golden West College: This Huntington Beach-based campus offers associate degrees and more than 25 certificate programs — including audio and entertainment technology, architecture, digital arts and international trade — as well as university transfer programs. A nursing program and online classes are available. For more information, call 714-892-7711 or visit www.gwc.info.
ICDC College: ICDC offers degrees for today's top career choices, including associate degrees in paralegal studies, alcohol and drug counseling, and homeland security, in addition to20 other diploma programs. For more information, call 800-213-5229 or visit www.icdccollege.com.
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