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GWC Located in the coastal community of Huntington Beach, GWC is a two-year, medium sized, college serving just over 14,000 students on a 122-acre campus. GWC offers an Associate in Arts (AA) degree, a strong university transfer program, career/technical education, general education, community services, and student support services. It provides a safe and secure location, a multicultural environment, and an active student body. The college is highly regarded for academic quality and innovation. In its earliest years, the college was recognized for its pioneering leadership in designing learning-centered programs and services for its student body and continues in that tradition to this day.

Golden West College is part of the Coast Community College District, a multi-college district that includes Orange Coast College and Coastline Community College.

Academic Programs

Undergraduate Programs

  • AA Degree in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM)
  • Certificate in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM)

The Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management program provides the opportunity for formal study in the growing field of logistics and the transportation of goods and services. This program is designed to accommodate both the student transferring to major universities and colleges and individuals interested in career change and/or advancement.

GWC Features

Golden West College’s mission is to create an intellectually and culturally stimulating learning environment for students and the community. The students improve their basic skills, develop and enhance career opportunities, and/or prepare for transfer to a four-year institution as they become productive citizens and lifelong learners.

  • Campus: Located in the coastal community of Huntington Beach, also known as "Surf City," Golden West College is regarded as one of the most beautiful campuses in Southern California.
  • Accreditation: The college is accredited by Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
  • Career and Employment Services Center: The Career and Employment Services Center offers: (1) assistance with career exploration and is an occupation resource information center; (2) assistance with employment referrals with the goal of matching trained people and/or those with special skills with opportunities available in the community and in various campus locations; and (3) access to the Internet for independent job search and much more.
  • Cooperative Work Experience Programs: Students may earn elective units of credit towards completion of a certificate for work with employers approved by the college. The employment must relate to the student’s educational and/ or vocational objectives. The learning value of the student’s job will be identified each semester through the use of job-related objectives. Students may enroll for cooperative work experience credit during the regular college registration periods.
  • Extended Opportunity Programs and Services & Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education: The EOP/S & CARE Programs are categorically funded by the State of California and are designed to serve educational and financially disadvantaged students. These special programs provide services that assist qualified students in overcoming various obstacles while attempting to succeed in college. One of the main objectives of the programs is to insure participants equal access to success while pursuing their certificate, an Associate in Arts Degree (AA), and/or meet four-year university transfer requirements.

These programs are no longer available. Please check our California or U.S. Section for similar programs