Programs of Study
Are you interested in the human body and helping others maintain good health? Do you want to explore public service and how you can serve the community at large? If so, a major in the fields of public service, health, or education may be a good fit.
Administration of Justice
Folsom Lake College’s administration of justice program applies analytical learning to understand the broad dimensions of the administration of justice and its impact on people.
Allied health curriculum is of benefit to students seeking careers in the health field by teaching the foundational medical language needed in many health-related programs.
Folsom Lake College's biology curriculum prepares students for transfer opportunities to four-year programs in biological sciences, nursing, and physical therapy, leading to careers in teaching, medicine, dentistry, and veterinary medicine.
Early Childhood Education
The Folsom Lake College early childhood education curriculum offers a hands-on approach to learning skills in working with young children from birth through the age of 12.
Emergency Medical Technology
Folsom Lake College’s emergency medical technology curriculum is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to apply for certification as an Emergency Medical Technician Basic.
Folsom Lake College's gerontology program prepares students to assist seniors in managing their health, psychological, and social needs unique to the elderly population by learning the aspects of aging.
Folsom Lake College's health education curriculum explores the health education needs of businesses, organizations, and individuals in our community.
Folsom Lake College's imaging program prepares students for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists’ certifications in computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and vascular interventional radiography.
The Folsom Lake College kinesiology curriculum offers a wide variety of courses to accommodate varying fitness levels, interests, and abilities.
The medical laboratory technician (MLT) program at Folsom Lake College is designed to prepare students to qualify for and pass the National Medical Laboratory Technician Licensing exam.
The Folsom Lake College nutrition curriculum prepares the student for further study in nutrition science and related fields or a program in clinical dietetics.
Social Work/Human Services
Folsom Lake College's social work/human services program prepares students for employment as an associate professional. Students can transfer to four-year colleges and universities to continue their studies in psychology and social work.
Dr. Christopher Morris
Dean of Instruction, Career Education
Success Coach for Liberal Arts and Social Science (LASS)
Faculty Meta-Major liaison for Public Service, Health and Education (PSHE)