Immigrant Education consists of a course, a course of study, or an organized sequence of courses specifically designed to provide immigrants and their families with the opportunity to become active and participating members of economic and civic society, and may include preparation for citizenship.
Preparation of non-citizens for naturalization. Short term class. Total of 32 hours lecture.
Preparation for United States citizenship by navigating through the Naturalization process including preparation for taking the four tests for citizenship, the Oath of Allegiance, and by having the language skills and knowledge to live as productive citizens. Total of 40 hours of lecture.
Development of Spanish literacy skills for native speakers. Includes reading, writing, and survival skills necessary for success in workplace, academic and social settings. Designed for native Spanish speakers. Total of 50 hours lecture and 10 hours laboratory.
Preparation for the written driving test in English while acquiring the essential vocabulary needed to understand the questions and answers. Procedures for taking the test at the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) as well as the rules when driving in California. Total of 25 hours lecture.