Southern California Institute of Technology


Highest Degree Offered: Bachelors

College Type: Proprietary

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Academic Calendar: Other

State: California


SCIT's mission is to provide quality programs that are sound in concept- implemented by a competent and dedicated faculty- and geared to serve those seeking the foundation required to obtain a career in their chosen fields. The program emphasizes hands on training based on the needs of industry and provides a wider perspective of general knowledge- thus developing the insight- diversity- and understanding needed to better function in society- provide leadership- and become a better- more confident citizen in the community. SCIT helps to develop the potential and talent- which will provide for personal and professional growth- while meeting personal objectives and goals. The college provides a learning atmosphere that develops attitudes- disciplines- and skills consistent with the needs of the local community and society in general. Lifelong learning is encouraged and supported by faculty through individual encouragement- attention- effective teaching techniques- and regularly scheduled evaluations. SCIT offers a curriculum that is current with trends as well as technological advancements. We also encourage and support ethnic and culturaldiversity in the faculty- staff- and student body of the school thus enriching the overall learning environment.

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Total Students: 604
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222 S. Harbor Blvd. Suite 200
Anaheim California 92805


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