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2-year colleges

These colleges typically offer certificate and associate degree programs that prepare students for a specific career or to transfer to a 4-year college. They usually have open admission policies, which means that they require only a high school diploma or GED. Credits earned may transfer to other area schools.

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4-year colleges and universities

These colleges and universities offer bachelor's and higher degree programs. Most provide on-campus housing and offer additional social, athletic and academic opportunities.

  Name Location
A.Academy of Couture ArtLos Angeles, CA
B.Touro College Los AngelesWest Hollywood, CA
C.Yeshiva Ohr Elchonon Chabad/West Coast Talmudical SeminaryLos Angeles, CA
D.American Jewish UniversityLos Angeles, CA
E.Mount St. Mary's CollegeLos Angeles, CA
F.Pacific States UniversityLos Angeles, CA
G.The King's UniversityVan Nuys, CA
H.World Mission UniversityLos Angeles, CA
I.Antioch University Los AngelesCulver City, CA
J.Woodbury UniversityBurbank, CA
K.Loyola Marymount UniversityLos Angeles, CA
L.Otis College of Art and DesignLos Angeles, CA
M.University of California: Los AngelesLos Angeles, CA
N.Southern California Institute of ArchitectureLos Angeles, CA
O.California State University: NorthridgeNorthridge, CA
P.Occidental CollegeLos Angeles, CA
Q.Art Center College of DesignPasadena, CA
R.California State University: Los AngelesLos Angeles, CA
S.Pacific Oaks CollegePasadena, CA
T.University of Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles, CA
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For-profit Colleges

These businesses offer a variety of certificate, associate, bachelor's and higher degree programs that typically prepare students for a specific career. They tend to have higher costs and can mean graduating with more debt. Credits earned may not transfer to other area schools, so you should plan carefully and ask questions of the admission office at each college.

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