What classes are offered at PCC?

All Pathways.

  • Arts, Humanities, Communication, and Design.
  • Healthcare and Emergency Professions.
  • Business and Entrepreneurship.
  • Construction, Manufacturing Tech, and Transportation.
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)
  • Public Service, Education, and Social Sciences.
  • Are PCC classes free?

    Whether you are looking to advance in your job, complete an academic goal or acquire a new skill or ability, the Noncredit Division has programs to help in your pursuit of personal and professional goals. Noncredit Courses are free and open to anyone.

    Are PCC classes online?

    Every semester we offer hundreds of online and hybrid courses. Take distance education classes to complete requirements for a degree or certificate and/or to prepare for transfer!

    What is PCC acceptance rate?

    It is a big institution with an enrollment of 10,010 undergraduate students. The Pasadena City College acceptance rate is 100%.

    Can you get a bachelor’s degree at PCC?

    Earning an AA-T or AS-T degree at PCC guarantees you admission to many four-year universities with junior standing and prepares you to complete a bachelor degree in a similar major at a CSU or a participating UC, HBCU or private university.

    How can I get PCC for free?

    Under the program, students who meet eligibility requirements will receive one year of their PCC education completely free of tuition fees. Any student who graduates from a high school within PCC’s district and enrolls the Fall Semester after graduation will qualify for the program.

    What are remote classes PCC?

    Remote classes require students to be online at a specific day and time listed for participating in class activities, such as lectures or group work. Class generally takes place over Zoom sessions. Classes may have assignments which need to be completed online and outside of the regular class meeting times.

    How do online classes work PCC?

    Web classes utilize an online learning environment where students work independently through online coursework, which can include text, audio and video content. Students and instructors interact through discussions, email, and web conferencing. Some classes may require on-campus exams or labs.

    Are there any classes being held at PCC?

    Due to COVID-19 closures, many classes are being held partially or fully remote at those specific days and times. Class materials may be delivered in-person or online, depending on the class. Remote classes require students to be online at a specific day and time listed for participating in class activities, such as lectures or group work.

    Where can I get the PCC credit schedule?

    Credit Classes: you can download the printed credit schedule [pdf] or purchase a copy in campus bookstores. Non-Credit Classes: you can pick up a free non-credit schedule at any PCC campus. Sign up to receive a copy in the mail with the PCC Communities magazine.

    How to plan classes at Portland Community College?

    If you’re pursuing a degree, certificate, or credits to transfer, use the catalog and an advisor to plan the courses you will take. The quarterly schedule of classes lists the times and locations of classes that are offered each term; it doesn’t specify what classes you need to take.

    Where can I buy the PCC College Catalog?

    Download and print a PDF from the catalog website. Visit a PCC bookstore, which will sell a limited number of bound copies, available in mid-late August. Contact any PCC Bookstore location for more information.