What do international students study?

De Anza College offers a wide variety of two-year programs leading to an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree. Most international students come to De Anza for the purpose of completing their lower division freshman (first year) and sophomore (second year) level General Education course work and then transfer to a university as a junior (third year). Other students pursue career training by enrolling in one of De Anza's certificate programs.  De Anza also welcomes international students who have already received a degree either from the U.S. or their home country and wish to take courses for personal or professional development.

De Anza offers more than 90 different associate degree and university transfer programs. Some of the strongest departments and most popular programs among international students are listed below.

Click here to View a complete list of majors available to F-1 Students

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