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American Career College has been helping people succeed for over 30 years. Founded as American College of Optics, the school was incorporated in California on January 11, 1978 and devoted exclusively to the optical dispensing profession. In 1985, the college moved to Wilshire Boulevard, and four years later relocated to its present facility at 4021 Rosewood Avenue in Los Angeles, California.
In September 1990, the college expanded its curriculum to include the Pharmacy Technician program and changed its name to American College of Optechs. In November 2000, the Anaheim Campus opened as a branch of the Los Angeles campus. Over the next decade, the college continued to expand its curriculum to include additional specialized allied health programs. Because of the school’s broader offerings, its name changed permanently to American Career College in 1993.
In 2008, American Career College expanded its level of offerings to include two allied healthcare programs culminating in an Associate of Occupational Science degree: Respiratory Therapy and Surgical Technology.
I have so much respect for people looking for a positive change in their lives and their livelihoods. It is my belief that a quality education leads to a better life.
So I’ve made it my personal mission to build an educational institution that provides the excellence and supportive community to help you achieve that change. I remain committed to bringing to you the best possible facilities, faculty, staff, and student services that—working together—give you everything you need to excel in your healthcare career.
I’m proud of what we’ve built, and am happy you’re here to learn more about what we do. I hope you’ll see that one change changes everything.