Emergency Medical Technology


For you, it’s more than a career. It’s a calling. Becoming an emergency medical technician (EMT) offers you an exciting and rewarding career as a healthcare provider. EMTs provide emergency medical care and transportation to the ill and injured. If you are an individual who responds well in a dynamic environment and possesses confidence, compassion and competence, you should consider a career as an emergency medical technician.

Child Development


Employment opportunities for Child Development majors are growing as the number of working parents and “Preschool For All” programs increase. San Diego Miramar College Child Development training qualifies students to work in public and private early childhood settings and meets California state requirements. Parents, prospective foster parents, and students pursuing careers in nursing, psychology, recreation, family relations, elementary education and sociology will also benefit from child development courses.

Mortgage Banking


The Mortgage Brokerage and Banking program prepares students with the knowledge and skills necessary for initial employment in the mortgage brokerage and banking industry and facilitates advanced employment opportunities for persons already employed in the industry.

Computer Business Technology


The Computer Business Technology (CBTE) program provides theory and hands-on training in major office systems, webpage design, and technology used to enhance productivity and communications. Students are prepared, through extensive coursework, with the necessary skills and knowledge for initial employment in the field of business.

Business Administration


Business managers plan, organize, direct, and oversee the activities needed to accomplish an organization’s mission. They ensure that vital resources – people, money, equipment, information, and work processes – are used effectively and efficiently. Managers work in almost every size and type of human enterprise, from small businesses to large multinational corporations and from private companies to government agencies to nonprofit organizations.

Mica Ramirez

Mica always knew she wanted to do something in the sciences but didn’t always know what that should be, until she enrolled in the biotechnology program at San Diego Miramar College. “Miramar was great. The campus is conveniently located near the biotech industry, the facilities are excellent, and the teachers are amazing.”

Ana Parra

Ana Parra, director of the Early Learners Children’s Academy, knows very well the quality of training her employees received when they graduated from San Diego Miramar College. Parra, a Miramar alumna herself (class of 92) seeks teachers and child care professionals from her alma mater for the preschool and infant care business she oversees, knowing that their preparation and education will be the finest.


Miramar College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) through the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education.


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