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1. Claremont McKenna College
Courses / Programs
Claremont McKenna College, located in Claremont (35 miles east of Downtown Los Angeles), California, is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Claremont McKenna College is accredited by the Western Association of Colleges.

While many other colleges champion either a traditional liberal arts education with emphasis on intellectual breadth, or training that stresses acquisition of technical skills, Claremont McKenna College offers a clear alternative. Instead of dividing the liberal arts and the working world into separate realms, education at Claremont McKenna is rooted in the interplay between the world of ideas and the world of events.

By combining the intellectual breadth of the liberal arts with the more pragmatic concerns of public affairs, CMC helps students to gain the vision, skills, and values necessary for leadership in all sectors of society.
Undergraduate Degree Programs:
- Accounting
- Biology-Chemistry
- Chemistry
- Classical Studies
- Computer Science
- Environment, Economics, and Politics
- Ethics
- Film Studies
- Legal Studies
- Management Engineering
- Mathematics
- Neuroscience
- Philosophy, Politics, and Economics

Graduate Degree Programs:
- Masters of Business Administration (MBA)
& many more ...
2. Scripps College
Courses / Programs
Scripps College, located in Claremont, 30 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, California, is a private liberal-arts women's college offering Bachelor of Arts Degree programs. The mission of Scripps College is to educate women to develop their intellect and talents through active participation in a community of scholars, so that as graduates they may contribute to society through public and private lives of leadership, service, integrity, and creativity.

The Scripps College curriculum has four parts: the three-semester Core Curriculum in Interdisciplinary Humanities; the general education requirements; the disciplines in which students major; and the elective courses that lend breadth to a student's education. Scripps College requires of every major a senior thesis, project, or recital performance, which demands that students have a thorough professional knowledge of a subject within their majors.

Scripps College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
B.A. Degree Programs are offered through the following departments:
- Anthropology
- Art
- Art Conservation
- Art History
- Classics
- Dance
- Economics
- English
- French Studies
- Gender and Women's Studies
- German Studies
- Hispanic Studies
- History
- Humanities Major: Interdisciplinary Studies in Culture
- Italian/Italian Studies
- Mathematics
- Music
- Neuroscience
- Philosophy
- Politics and International Relations
- Psychology
- Writing Program


3. Whittier College, Los Angeles
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Whittier College, located in Whittier (12 miles southeast of Los Angeles), California, is a private liberal-arts college offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Whittier is a college of academic rigor, where ideas are constantly being dissected, connected, and explored.

Whittier College offers students a choice of 30 majors in 23 disciplines, or the option of a self-designed major through the Whittier Scholars Program—all of which lead to a bachelor of arts degree. The College also offers a master's degree in education, with or without a teaching credential; additionally, the affiliated Whittier Law School, located in Costa Mesa, offers programs leading to either a juris doctorate or a master's in law (LL.M.) degree.

Our long academic tradition—grounded in the Quaker quest for knowledge and personal growth—aims to foster in students an appreciation for the complexities of the modern world and workplace while never losing sight of the importance of social responsibility.
Graduate Degree Programs:
- Master of Arts in Education (MA)
- Master in Law (LLM)

Bachelor of Arts Degree Programs:
- Business Administration
- Chemistry
- Economics
- Education & Child Development
- 3-2 Engineering Program
- English Language & Literature
- Environmental Sciences
- Film Studies
- Health Sciences
- 3-3 Law Program Mathematics-Business
- Mathematics
- Modern Languages
- Music
- Scientific Computing
& many more ...
4. Buonora Nanny Training Program, Los Angeles
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Buonora Centers is a nanny training school located in Reseda in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles, Southern California. We offer a 12 week extensive nanny training program for prospective nannies which includes hands-on practicum experience. We also offer short term evening and weekend classes for current nannies.

Examples of course topics include, but are of course not limited to, Child, Growth & Development, Child in the Family, Special Needs Strategies, Child Health & Safety, Etiquette & Professionalism, First Aid/CPR Certification, Child Nutrition, Healthy Meals & Recipes, Age Appropriate enrichment activities, etc. Our goal is to ensure that each family in need of a nanny is placed with the best and most equipped nanny available. We work with some of the top nanny agencies in the nation, and offer lifetime nanny support to all of our graduates.

We are proud members of the International Nanny Association.
- 12 week extensive nanny training program for prospective nannies which includes hands-on practicum experience
- Short evening & weekend child care courses for current nannies
5. Pomona College
Courses / Programs
Pomona College, located in Claremont (35 miles east of downtown Los Angeles), California, is a private residential liberal arts college offering a choice of 45 bachelor degree programs, including all of the traditional disciplines of the humanities, fine arts, social sciences and natural sciences, as well as a variety of interdisciplinary fields. Majors at Pomona are not designed primarily to prepare students for specific careers, but rather to sharpen their ability to think critically and in depth using the analytical methods of the discipline. As part of the overall Pomona education, however, all majors have been shown to provide an outstanding foundation for success in whatever follows graduation—whether it be further study or the immediate start of a career.
Undergraduate Degree Programs:
- Art
- Music
- Biology
- Chemistry
- Mathematics
- Physics
- Economics
- History
- International Relations
- Latin American Studies
- Media Studies
- Science, Technology and Society
& many more ...
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