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Bakersfield College

Bakersfield College (BC) was established in 1913 as a community college that serves 15,000 students in its main campus in northeast Bakersfield, in the Well institute and at Delano Center.

Bakersfield College offers study programs on a traditional 16-week semester calendar, non-traditional scheduling such as evening, weekends, short-term vocational programs, instructional television and online options.

BC has the mission to provide quality instruction and a service according to community needs to achieve personal, academic and occupational success and provide all students with the competencies for learning.

To make of Bakersfield College the best study place, BC has an attractive service package including assessment center, bookstore, counseling, career center, child care, financial Aid, tutoring, library, student organizations, support services, transfer services and student employment site.

BC has degrees and certificates available in Nurse Assistant, Registered Nursing, Vocational Nursing and Radiology Technology.

Nurse Assistant is a one-semester program that prepares students to perform basic patient care. Once completed Basic Patient Skills course and the laboratory component, studenta are able to take the State of California for Certified Nurse Assistant examination.

On the other hand, Vocational Nursing is a three-semester certificate program that once completed graduates can be eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses for licensure as a Vocational Nurse.

Finally, Radiology Technology is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiology Technology and the State of California, Department of Health Services, Radiology Health Branch.


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