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Computer Science & Applied Technology Pathway

Computers and Applied Technology programs study computers, aviation maintenance and fire technology to help business keep these technologies functioning or to enter the fire service. Graduates may be employed by private business, government, or work independently.


Coming Information Sessions

  • Computer Science / Info Tech (In-Person):
    Saturdays Feb 3 - June 1 at 1:00 pm in the Technology Learning Center (TLC), Room 201 - Park in Lot #5
  • Aviation Maintenance Tech (In-Person):
    Feb 15 at 10:30 am in the Aviation Technology building (ATA), room 128 - Park in Lot #5 

New Avionics Bachelor's Degree

West LA College now offers a Bachelor's Degree in Avionics which saves students at least $10,000 over obtaining the same degree at a Cal State, UC or private career college. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics states that the average annual mean wage for Avionics Technicians in 2022 was $90, more

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