Occupational Work Experience
Occupational Work Experience Credit
This type of work experience combines on-the-job training with classroom instruction, enabling the student to acquire knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to enter and/or progress in a chosen occupation. Class attendance in a regularly scheduled weekly coordinating class is required by some SBCC departments. By satisfactorily completing the Occupational Work Experience course, a student may earn one to four (1-4) college units. A maximum of sixteen (16) such units may be applied as electives toward the 60 units required for an Associate in Arts or Science Degree.
- Occupational Work Experience Prerequisites: An Occupational Work Experience class must be directly related to the student’s stated major and the college program in which he/she is enrolled.
- Participating Faculty: Contact the chairperson or faculty adviser of the respective department offering Occupational Work Experience, as listed in this Catalog.
- Counseling/Guidance: It is most importantfor a student to consult with the respective occupational department chairperson, counselor, or adviser before planning a program of study. See the faculty/staff listings for the appropriate department, as listed earlier in this Catalog.
- Majors Offering Occupational Work Experience: For Occupational Work Experience, students should contact the department chairperson
or faculty adviser for the major in which they are interested, including:
- Addictive Disorders Counseling
- Automotive Service and Technology
- Business Administration
- Computer Applications and Office Management
- Computer Information Systems
- Culinary Arts
- Early Childhood Education
- English as a Second Language
- Environmental Horticulture
- Graphic Design and Photography
- Hotel Management
- Interior Design
- Justice Studies
- Marine Diving Technologies
- Medical Imaging Sciences
- Multimedia Arts and Technologies
- Nursing (ADN)
- Physical Education
- Professional Development Studies
- Real Estate