Programs that prepare students to work in business, in fields like accounting, marketing, merchandising, management.
What is a HomeBase?
The Business HomeBase pathway community is a one-stop hub of support for ARC students in the programs below. You'll find counseling appointments, students studying similar majors, a place to hang out/study/belong, and your personalized Success Team. You can find your HomeBase at the College and on Canvas.
What is a Success Team?
Your Success Team includes assigned Counselors, Coaches, Faculty, and Peer Mentors.
Who is available to help?
Your HomeBase Coach is your first point of contact. They can answer questions, help you register for classes, share strategies for college success, and coach you all the way to your goal!
For questions, please contact the HomeBase Coach. If this is your first year in college, please contact the First Year Experience (FYE) Coach.
- (916) 484-8564
- HomeBase Coach: Anthony Carter
- HomeBase Clerk: Ethan Kruithof
- Counselors: Susan Andre, Anita Fortman, Kay Lo
- Faculty Liaison: Christian Speck
- Location: STEM Building - 2nd Floor - #213
- Monday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
- Tuesday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
- Wednesday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
- Thursday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
- Friday: 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Prepare for careers in various accounting professions and develop a foundation in accounting and business.
Find immediate employment and career advancement, including finances, entrepreneurship, managing, public administration, and more.
Prepare for first-time employment, re-entry, or career advancement in a variety of administrative and office settings.
Study how individuals and societies use limited resources to produce and distribute goods and services for consumption.
We are approved by the American Bar Association and have been preparing students for entry-level jobs in law for over 30 years.
From communication to human resources, our strong management focus provides the knowledge and skills you need to achieve a management position.
Acquire knowledge and training for careers in sales, advertising, and marketing and receive training for management positions.
Learn practical applications in real estate, including legal aspects, practice, finance, economics, and appraisal.
Technical Communication an interdisciplinary course of study designed to prepare students for employment as professional writers and communicators in a variety of media intended to instruct and inform audiences.
Computer Information Science
Take courses from multiple categories including computer applications, networking, programming, computer security, and web.
From business theory to hands-on cooking, our classes focus on job skills and professional fine dining. And, work in our 4-star restaurant.