Mt Sierra College


Highest Degree Offered: Bachelors

College Type: Proprietary

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Academic Calendar: Quarter

State: California


The mission of Mt. Sierra College is to prepare students for successful careers in the fields of business- media arts and design- and technology. The College is committed to providing students with the knowledge and skills needed for successful careers in today's rapidly changing and complex global marketplace through a high quality hands-on education. The College is dedicated to helping students become solution-oriented members of the community who can think critically and act with a strong sense of professionalism- high ethical standards and a spirit of community service. Through the College's balanced curriculum students learn how to effectively use technology to creatively solve problems while gaining a better understanding of the world around them through a strong general education. Mt. Sierra College is dedicated to providing access to higher education and a practical- hands-on learning environment that is flexible and accessible to a geographically and culturally diverse population through a combination of distance and campus-based educational modalities.

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Total Students: 460
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Faculty: 13

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101 E Huntington Dr
Monrovia California 91016


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