Our course of study offers a diverse community of learners a sound foundation of knowledge and problem-solving skills in computer studies that can lead to valuable career certificates, academic degrees, university transfer, and lifelong learning.
Our outstanding instructors provide the most current courses and programs in Computer Basics, Computer Science & Programming, Web, Game, Office Applications, Graphics & Multimedia, Graphic Design, and Information Technology (IT). Computer Studies is also a Cisco Regional Networking Academy.
We offer day and evening courses in a variety of formats including online, face-to-face, short, and full-semester courses. Our face-to-face courses are held in state-of-the-art facilities at both the Santa Rosa and Petaluma campuses.
By constantly updating our curriculum, Computer Studies remains on the cutting edge of new technologies and industry trends. We help our students keep pace with the changing computing field and attain the skills that are most valued in the workplace.
We encourage you to use the contact information below to let us know how we can help you find the class or program that will help you meet your goals. When you participate in our quality technology education program at SRJC through Computer Studies, we’re confident that you’ll discover a world of opportunity in a very supportive yet innovative environment.
SRJC Web + Mobile Studio
The SRJC Web + Mobile Studio is an interactive design agency run by students.
Apply today for your free website or app!
Game Views 2022
Please check out the recordings from our inaugural speaking series exploring perspectives on the creation of games.
The inaugural online HackJam 2021 took place between April 30th and May 2nd.
Check out the winners!
SRJC Selected for FAA Training Program
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has selected our Drone Studies: Commercial Drone Certification Certificate program for the Unmanned Aircraft Systems-Collegiate Training Program or the UAS-CTI.
Game Development Courses Approved for UC Transfer
The Computer Studies Department is pleased to announce that the University of California has approved our three core Game Development program courses for transfer credit to all U.C. campuses.
New Web Full-Stack Development Pathways Offered
The Web Development program has added a new certificate and degree offering that provides completers with the client-side and server-side skills needed to become a full-stack developer.
Information for Students
Whether you are planning to transfer to a four-year institution, are pursuing a career certificate, or are taking classes for personal interest, the SRJC Computer Studies Department offers courses that will meet your needs.
Open Lab Schedules
Open computer labs are available during regular semester dates on the Santa Rosa and Petaluma campuses.
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Online courses are offered in every area of the Computer Studies Department. Most online courses are offered asynchronously, meaning students can sign-on any hour of the day or night when it fits their schedule. Online classes at SRJC are offered using the Canvas Learning Management System (LMS). Online courses require students to be independent learners who are self motivated.
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Classes to Audit
Many Computer Studies courses have been approved for auditing so that students who wish to take a Computer Studies class again may do so. You can audit a course that you have successfully completed if there is room in the section and the instructor approves your participation.
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Programs of Study
The Santa Rosa Junior College Computer Studies Department offers seventeen certificates and five degrees across eleven programs.
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The Computer Studies Department offers over seventy courses across eleven programs of study.
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Three student clubs are affiliated with the Computer Studies Department: the Computer Science Club, the SRJC Girls Who Code Club, and the Game Development Club.
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» Learn more about the Game Development Club
Contact InformationComputer Studies Department
Maggini Hall, Third Floor
1501 Mendocino Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA 95401