City College of San Francisco - Electrical Ranking 2017

City College of San FranciscoRanked
409
in the USA
City College of San Francisco is a large public college offering numerous disciplines along with electrical majors and located in San Francisco, California. The college was founded in 1935 and is currently offering certificates and associate's degrees in 2 electrical programs.

City College of San Francisco is inexpensive (see more affordable colleges in CA); tuition cost is about $9,000 a year. Recent studies showed that City College of San Francisco area is relatively safe - the school is reported to have a fair rating for campus security.

City College of San Francisco electrical program ranks #409 (out of 1261; top 35%) in USA and #35 in California. Major competitors for this school are University of California Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz and University of Nevada Reno in Reno. Check the details about all twelve competing electrical colleges and list of offered electrical majors and minors below.


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Overall school rankings 2017:

Ranked #35 Electrical School in California
Ranked #81 Electrical School in The West
Ranked #409 Electrical School in USA

Programs rankings 2017:

State of California Ranking

Ranked #11 Electrician Training School
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The West Regional Ranking

Ranked #14 Maintenance & Repair School
Ranked #29 Electrician Training School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #38 Maintenance & Repair School
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Contact information:

City College of San Francisco
50 Phelan Ave
San Francisco, CA 94112-1898
Phone: (415) 239-3000
Website: www.ccsf.edu

Location map:

City College of San Francisco Location Map

Electrical majors offered:

Less than one year certificate

Electrician
General Electrical and Electronics Equipment Installation and Repair

Associate's degree

General Electrical and Electronics Equipment Installation and Repair

Local competitors:

University of California Santa Cruz - Electrical School Ranking
University of California Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz, CA, 1 electrical program

University of Nevada Reno - Electrical School Ranking
University of Nevada Reno

Reno, NV, 1 electrical program

American River College - Electrical School Ranking
American River College

Sacramento, CA, 6 electrical programs

ITT Technical Institute Rancho Cordova - Electrical School Ranking
ITT Technical Institute Rancho Cordova

Rancho Cordova, CA, 2 electrical programs

University of San Francisco - Electrical School Ranking
University of San Francisco

San Francisco, CA, 1 electrical program

Naval Postgraduate School - Electrical School Ranking
Naval Postgraduate School

Monterey, CA, 1 electrical program

Charles A Jones Career and Education Center - Electrical School Ranking
Charles A Jones Career and Education Center

Sacramento, CA, 2 electrical programs

ITT Technical Institute Lathrop - Electrical School Ranking
ITT Technical Institute Lathrop

Lathrop, CA, 2 electrical programs

College of San Mateo - Electrical School Ranking
College of San Mateo

San Mateo, CA, 4 electrical programs

ITT Technical Institute Clovis - Electrical School Ranking
ITT Technical Institute Clovis

Clovis, CA, 2 electrical programs

Los Medanos College - Electrical School Ranking
Los Medanos College

Pittsburg, CA, 2 electrical programs

Santa Rosa Junior College - Electrical School Ranking
Santa Rosa Junior College

Santa Rosa, CA, 2 electrical programs

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