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Mt. SAC Important Message

COVID-19 NOTICE: To take classes ON CAMPUS this upcoming Winter 2022 term, vaccinations will be required. Fully online students are exempt from this requirement. Learn about the December 10 deadline for the first dose, exemptions and more in your Mt. SAC email or www.mtsac.edu/covid19

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Mt. SAC is Back!

Fall Classes are In Person and Online

Mt. SAC is Back!

Schedule of Classes

Find the Right College Courses for Your Needs

The Schedule of Classes provides information about the range of college credit courses we are offering. We have made every effort to ensure the information is correct. Classes in future semesters are subject to change.

 

Step 1: Choose the Academic Term

  • Mt. SAC offers a 16-week semester in the Fall and Spring, and a shorter 6-week intersession in Summer and Winter.  
  • To learn more about each term, visit the FALL, WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER term pages.

Step 2: Explore Classes

Step 3: Choose Your Classes

  • Write down the 5-digit Course Reference Number (CRN)
  • Note any course prerequisites or corequisites

Step 4: Register

  • Our college students can register online through the Portal
  • Check the Portal for your registration appointment


Are you looking for Continuing Education Courses?

Some of our students are not formally enrolled in the college and are taking courses (without college credit) through our School of Continuing Education. This includes: 

  • CONTINUING EDUCATION NONCREDIT courses for students who want to develop skills for college or career or enrich their understanding. Noncredit courses include Adult Basic Education, Adult High School Diploma, ESL, Skills Certificates, noncredit Vocational Programs and more. Noncredit classes are NOT applicable toward a degree. Upon completion of a series of required classes, students can earn a noncredit certificate in a variety of Adult Basic Education, ESL and vocational areas.

  • CONTINUING EDUCATION FEE-BASED courses for recreation, personal development and professional development. Fee-based classes are self-supporting and are not funded by taxpayer dollars. The fees are based on the instructor’s salary, enrollment, duration of the class, administrative and operating costs.

Explore Continuing Education