Career Education

All programs at RAS are open to any person who is 18 and older and no longer eligible to attend high school.

Medical Terminology and Pharmacy Technician require a high school diploma or equivalent, please select from the menu to the right to read about those programs and their requirements. 


Microsoft Office/Basic Computer Skills: This course is designed as an introductory course to develop basic computer skills and a touch-typing course emphasizing proper techniques and operations using a typewriter/computer. Students may prepare standard documents including reports, letters, memos, and tables.  This course will focus on the use of Windows based operating systems and the basic/introductory use of Word, Excel and similar programs. This course is recommended for post-secondary preparation, career, and personal use and for students with an intermediate or higher English language skill level. Students who earn a B or higher in the course will be able to apply for college credit at Riverside City College.

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