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American Career College - Los Angeles

Campus image of American Career College - Los AngelesAmerican Career College is a system of schools located in the state of California. The school was founded in 1978 by David Pyle and was originally known as American College of Optics. The initial campus operated in downtown Los Angeles, with a second campus in Anaheim, offering a program in optical dispensing until 1994 when it began to offer a vocational nursing program. The school has expanded since that time through the addition of new and varied programs, increased enrollment, and the establishment of new campuses in Ontario, Long Beach and Lynwood.

Today American Career College offers a variety of programs, allowing potential students to choose the area of study that best prepares them for their desired career. Programs are taught by experienced professionals who provide education; training and skill development to ensure students meet and exceed employer expectations. Students will earn a diploma or associate’s degree upon completion of a program, with graduates being able to pursue employment immediately.

Programs offered include:

  • Medical Assistant
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Vocational Nursing
  • Massage Therapy
  • Dental Assisting

School Map of American Career College - Los AngelesLos Angeles Location

The Los Angeles branch of American Career College Inc is located at 4021 Rosewood Avenue. This campus has a graduating class size which is approximately a thousand students annually. This location offers services for students in the form of distance learning programs for students who wish to pursue their education online, career pathway assistance for students in need of assistance, and flexible scheduling for individuals who cannot make regular hours. Students may learn more, including the school's consumer disclosures, by visiting

Programs Offered

The programs listed below are some of the programs offered by American Career College - Los Angeles. The list may differ from the actual programs offered, for a complete list of what is being offered students can visit the school's website.

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Practical Nursing, Vocational Nursing and Nursing Assistants (1, 560 Hours)

The practical nursing, vocational nursing and nursing assistants program takes about fourteen months for most students to complete.

Program Details:

  • Tuition costs are estimated to be $36, 000*
  • Based on published reports, around 200 students completed the practical nursing, vocational nursing and nursing assistants program last year
  • The length of the practical nursing, vocational nursing and nursing assistants program is about 14 months

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