The Alcohol and Other Drug Studies (AODS) program provides students with the knowledge and skills to address fundamental issues encountered in the field of substance use, abuse and dependency.
Cooperative Work Experience Education (CWEE) is an educational approach that turns work-based learning experiences into college credit.
The Mendocino College Culinary Arts Management Program prepares students for careers as chefs, restaurant managers, or caterers.
Mendocino College’s Human Services programs prepare students to become Social and Human Services paraprofessionals, and to transfer to four-year universities to become professional counselors, social workers, or similar behavioral health providers.
Mendocino College currently offers both a 2-year Registerd Nursing Program and an LVN to RN Bridge Program. Completing the program leads to eligibility for licensure as a registered nurse (RN). Upon completion, the graduate will receive an Associate Degree in Nursing and will be eligible to sit for the California State Board of Registered Nursing licensing exam (NCLEX). The Mendocino College RN program was accredited in 2003 by the California State Board of Registered Nursing.