Gainful Employment Disclosure
Citrus College provides opportunities for students to enroll in its career preparation programs at a reasonable cost. The courses required to complete a career preparation program are scheduled so that students can complete a program and earn a certificate of achievement in a timely manner, whether they attend classes full time or part time.
In order to be eligible for Federal Student Aid, federal guidelines require that a student must be enrolled in an educational program that leads to an associate degree, or prepares him or her for gainful employment in a recognized occupation. In accordance with federal guidelines, Citrus College students must declare a goal with a major, prepare for transfer to a four-year college or university, or enroll in a career certificate of achievement program in order to be eligible for Federal Student Aid.
O*NET Occupational Profiles
Citrus College Certificates
Click on the name of the certificate from the list below to see information about the cost of Citrus College's career preparation programs and the length of time required to complete these programs.
Administrative Office Occupations
Audio Recording Technology
Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair
Automotive Service, Diagnosis and Repair - Master Technician
Automotive Service, Diagnosis and Repair - Underhood Specialist
Automotive Service, Diagnosis and Repair - Toyota/Lexus/Scion Tech
Automotive Service, Diagnosis and Repair - Undercar/Drivetrain Specialist
Ceramics - One Year
Ceramics - Two Year
Child Development Master Teacher
Child Development Master Teacher Early Intervention Specialty
Child Development Teacher
Computer Aided Design (CAD) - Architecture and Drafting
Computer Generated Imagery
Digital and Web Design
Emerging Theatre Technologies
Medium and Heavy Diesel Truck Technology
Public Works Inspection, Supervision and Maintenance
Public Works Maintenance Services
Wildland Resources and Forestry
For additional cost of living expenses associated with attending Citrus College, please visit the
Financial Aid Cost of Attendance/Student Budget.