Continuing Education Classes starts January 23

01/22/2021 Bookmark and Share

MiraCosta College Spring 2021 Continuing Education Classes Begin January 23Apply Today 

MiraCosta College’s spring 2021 classes begin January 23, with a robust selection of FREE online continuing education courses. All classes provide students with the textbooks and materials needed for the course at no cost to the students. Additionally, ample resources are available to support students through their academic journey to career success. 

With flexible course offerings, students can benefit from classes that work with their schedule and finish faster with eight-week sections. The continuing education program includes four components:

Short-Term Vocational courses at MiraCosta College are designed to provide students with business office technology skills and other workforce preparation skills leading to improved employability and job placement opportunities. Subjects include introductory through advanced computer skills classes (Word, Excel, keyboarding, etc.), automotive technology, and workforce preparation.

Adult High School (AHS) is designed for students 18 years of age or older who wish to complete their high school diploma or prepare to take the GED or HiSET exam. Some classes are also appropriate for individuals who wish to increase skills in preparation for college coursework, employment or advancement in the workplace, or personal growth. Those under 18, who can benefit from instruction, are also allowed to enroll.

English as a Second Language. The noncredit ESL program offers students a variety of learning opportunities to achieve proficiency in the English language and formulate and attain personal, academic, vocational, and/or civic goals. The program also offers citizenship, Career-Track ESL, conversation classes, computer and digital literacy classes, reading and writing skills-based classes, and open-entry distance learning.

Adults with Disabilities courses are specifically designed to provide individuals with life-skill proficiencies that are essential to the fulfillment of academic, vocational, and personal goals for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. These courses lead to improved life, social, and workplace skills. The specialized curriculum focuses on employability skills, reading and writing, math and money, basic computer skills, community safety, and other competencies that lead to greater independence.

Register online at For more information, visit, email or call 760.795.8736.