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LATTC Pathways

Welcome to Los Angeles Trade-Technical College (LATTC) and thank you for showing interest in our campus.

We are a public community college with a variety of program options for the discerning student. In addition to our unmatched selection of quality career programs which train you for great careers in two years; we offer programs to provide lower division transfer preparation to a four-year university.

At LATTC you will find

  • 9 pathway meta-majors with 97 programs of study and hundreds of courses.
  • Great opportunities for financial assistance.
  • A Los Angeles College Promise program which gives LAUSD high school graduates one FREE year of college.
  • A college easily accessed by two light rail lines, multiple bus routes, and two major freeways.
  • Program level support for YOUR success through guided choices and embedded student services.
  • Partnerships with industry and employers that provide high-demand, high-paid careers for our graduates.
  • A pathway framework that places you on a journey to SUCCESS, no matter your experience, background, or goal!

Check out our pathways below, explore our programs, and ENROLL NOW.

Transfer to career, it’s all here!

Advanced Transportation and Manufacturing (ATM)

The Advanced Transportation & Manufacturing Pathway (ATM) offers programs of study that enable students to gain the competencies needed to build credentials for lifelong career success as they prepare to enter the workforce Transportation Technologies, Electronics and Microcomputer Systems and Manufacturing sectors. LATTC ATM programs host external accreditation from the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF), Cisco, California Air Resources Board and prepare our students to successfully attain Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), California Air Resources Board, Cummins, Cisco, Federal Communications Commission (FCC), I-CAR, Mitchell Repair Estimating, Mobile Air Condition Society, NIDA, Snap On, and Volvo/Mack certifications.

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Applied Sciences (AS)

The Applied Sciences Pathway (AS) offers programs of study that enable students to gain the competencies needed to build credentials for lifelong career success as they prepare to enter the workforce and/or continue their education in fields such as chemistry, chemical technology, physics, pharmaceuticals, and sustainable energy, among others.

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Business and Public Service (BPS)

The Business & Civic Engagement (BCE) pathway offers programs that intersect and overlap, demonstrating the interdependent nature inherent in working toward the collective good of communities and local economies. They prepare students to enter the workforce in Business & Corporate Social Responsibility, Business Technology, Early Childhood Education and Social Justice, Community Organizing and Activism. The programs of study in this pathway aim to enhance communities through civic engagement, service learning and project-based learning options that result in measurable community impact and provide solutions to real-world problems.

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Construction, Maintenance & Utilities (CMU)

The Construction Maintenance & Utilities Pathway (CMU) offers programs of study that enable students to gain the competencies needed to build credentials for lifelong career success as they prepare to enter the workforce in the Construction, Maintenance, Operation and Utilitie sectors. LATTC CMU programs host external accreditation from the Enviornmental Proctection Agency (EPA), Occupational Safety & Heath Association (OSHA), LA/OC Building Trades Council, Los Angeles Building & Safety, Los Angeles Department of Water & Power, and others.

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Cosmetology (COS)

The Cosmetology Pathway (COS) offers programs of study that enable students to gain the competencies needed to build credentials for lifelong career success as they prepare to enter the workforce in Barbering, Cosmetology, and Skin Care fields. LATTC Cosmetology programs host external accreditation from the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology.

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Culinary Arts (CA)

The Culinary Arts Pathway (CA) offers programs of study that enable students to gain the competencies needed to build credentials for lifelong career success as they prepare to enter the workforce in Food Service Industry. LATTC Culinary Arts programs host external accreditation from the American Culinary Federation Educational Foundation Accrediting Commission (ACFEFAC), at graduation with your AA degree you may apply for you first level of industry certification with the ACF.

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Design & Media Arts (DMA)

The Design & Media Arts Pathway (DMA) offers programs of study that enable students to gain the competencies needed to build credentials for lifelong career success as they prepare to enter the workforce in creative and technology related fields.

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Health and Related Sciences (HRS)

The Health & Related Sciences Pathway (HRS) offers programs of study that enable students to gain the competencies needed to build credentials for lifelong career success as they prepare to enter the workforce in Healthcare and Kinesiology related fields. The Pathway consists of the areas of Nursing, Kinesiology, Health, Health Occupations, Biology, Anatomy, Physiology and Micro-Biology.
LATTC’s Nursing programs host external pre-licensure nursing education approval from the California Board of Registered Nurses (BRN). The nursing program also has a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing (BSN) collaborative with CSU Los Angeles, CSU Fullerton, and CSU Northridge.
The Kinesiology AA Degree allows you to transfer to a four-year institution and continue your studies toward a Bachelor’s Degree.

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Liberal Arts Pathway (LA)

The Liberal Arts Pathway (LA) offers programs of study that enable students to gain the competencies needed to build credentials for lifelong career success as they prepare to transfer to a 4-year institution and/or earn a two-year degree.