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Is there a California Community College that provides Engineering Courses?

iamcastleminiamcastlemin 12 replies5 threads Junior Member
I am aiming to transfer to UC Berkeley EECS from a CC, and I really want to finish the courses Berkeley highly recommend to end.

Are there any community colleges that provide courses that correlate to:
- Designing Information Devices 1 & 2 (El ENG 16A & 16B)
- Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory (CompSci 70)

Or do I have to literally sneak into UC Berkeley's classes to take them?
I really am not joking around; I am going to try everything I can if it is possible.
Please give me any advice related, even not straight on the point. The information about transferring to EECS is scarce, even rumors can help me.
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Replies to: Is there a California Community College that provides Engineering Courses?

  • ProfessorPlum168ProfessorPlum168 4184 replies92 threads Senior Member
    There is no CCC that will have those courses.

    Those classes are all webcasted so with some digging around you should be able to find lectures on them.

    What info do you need to know about transferring to EECS?
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  • iamcastleminiamcastlemin 12 replies5 threads Junior Member
    edited July 2019
    I really appreciate you reply. The "Transferring from a California Community College" web page on the UC Berkeley EECS website says that UCB CompSci 61A, UCB CompSci 61B, UCB CompSci 61C, UCB El Eng 16A, UCB El Eng 16B, UCB CompSci 70 are the strongly recommended courses that will boost my application. I have found UCB 61A, 61B, and 61C, but I have not seen any CCCs that provide the other 3 courses. I would really want to know how I can find and finish those courses with actual college credit.
    edited July 2019
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