Mt. Sierra College is a private institution offering baccalaureate (four-year) degree programs in Multimedia Arts & Design, Graphic Design, Visual Effects & Digital Video, Business-eBusiness and Computers.
- Business Administration (Bachelor)
- Business Entrepreneurship (Bachelor)
- Computer Information Technology (Bachelor)
The Computer Information Technology major covers these seven focus areas: programming, operating systems, database management, systems analysis and design, networking technologies, Internet and intranet technologies, and general education.
- Game Arts and Design (Bachelor)
With the hands-on education Mt. Sierra College offers, students become skilled professionals. They develop the ability to bring a game from concept to storyboard to a market-viable product, melding sound, visual effects, story, animation lighting and user interfaces.
- Graphic Design (Bachelor)
Students will learn how to create a distinctive "look" for promotional, print, graphic designs, brochures, logos, packaging, illustrations, billboards and advertisements.
- Information Security (Bachelor)
Students specializing and receiving their degree in Information Security will receive coursework in nine major areas: security fundamentals, security policy development and management, cyber law and ethics, cryptology, computer and data forensics, applied LAN, WAN and wireless security, disaster recovery, security development life cycle management, and general education.
- Multimedia Arts and Design (Bachelor)
Students specializing in this area will possess the ability to create websites, presentations, brochures, educational materials, and other media that promote a concept or product.
- Telecommunications Technology (Bachelor)
The Telecommunications Technology curriculum includes management of networking systems, computer networking, C++ language, Internet/intranet design, wireless technologies and project management.
- Visual Effects and Digital Video (Bachelor)
Using the latest techniques in motion design, students will learn to develop title sequences for .lm and television, movie trailers, television graphics and network identifiers.