Community Colleges of Spokane is a dynamic, 12,300-square-mile State Community College district that includes Spokane Community College (SCC) and Spokane Falls Community College (SFCC).
CCS offers high-quality academic transfer, career-technical and eLearning degrees and certificate programs; business and community training; and adult literacy programs throughout northeastern Washington.
The City of Spokane!
– City was founded as Spokane Falls in 1872.
– Currently the second most populous city in Washington.
– Largest city between Seattle and Minneapolis.
– One of the ten best cities in America, next to a river
– 472,000 residents in the metropolitan area
– Low living costs
– Clean, fresh air, outdoor recreation
– Business, transportation, medical and industry hub of the region
– Washington State’s 2nd largest city
– 4th fastest growing state, CCN Money
Let us share the technical programs offered at the College and their admission requirements.
Electronics Engineering Technician The electronics industry of today’s highly technological world needs technicians prepared for the dynamic field of microcomputer-based electronic equipment maintenance. The program provides a seven-quarter,
comprehensive curriculum to prepare the student to meet this need.
State-of-the art concepts are taught, as well as practical laboratory techniques, which provide the circuit analysis skills necessary for electronic technicians. Also included are studies in communication skills, computational skills and human relations skills.
Pre-Major Engineering is the profession in which knowledge of the mathematical and natural sciences, gained by study, experience and practice, is applied to economically use the materials and forces of nature for the benefit of society.
Degrees & Certificates:
– Bioengineering and Chemical pre-Engineering – SFCC
– Computer and Electrical pre-Engineering – SFCC
– Mechanical/Civil/Aeronautical/Industrial pre-Engineering – SFC
Audio Engineering The objective of this program is to prepare students for entry-level jobs and for self-employment in the entertainment industry in the areas of audio production, recording, live sound engineering and as broadcast and audio equipment technicians.
Electrical Maintenance/Automation Students are introduced to the concepts of basic electrical theory, circuitry, meters, and introduction to electrical safety.Students study matter, atomic structure, electron theory, sources of electricity and magnetism.Students learn to identify electrical materials and their applications. In addition, students classify, grade and use fasteners, such as bolts, screws, and rivets. The National Electrical Code and its application to the safe installation of electrical conductors and equipment is explained in this course.
IELTS: 5.5 Band with no less than 5.0 Band in each Module.
TOEFL: 500 PBT/173 CBT/ 61 IBT
Fall: August 5th
Winter: November 18th
Spring: February 17th
Summer: May 19th