San Diego Campus

If you are looking for colleges in California, Kaplan College in San Diego provides you with a quality education for your chosen career—and your life.

Choose from various diploma, certificate, and degree programs and start your future today at Kaplan College in San Diego, California.

Education for Life

At our San Diego campus, as well as our other Kaplan Colleges in California, your education extends beyond the classroom. Our programs are designed to furnish you with knowledge and skills for the real world. 

Taught by dedicated instructors with working experience, our courses offer insight into what your new career may hold. In addition, our externship and clinical opportunities can further prepare you for the day-to-day situations you may encounter in the workplace. 

New Beginnings

Deciding to pursue your education is one of the most important decisions you can make for your future. Choosing the right college can be just as important. 

Choosing Kaplan College in San Diego, California can open the door to new opportunities. Our admissions staff is available to answer your questions and can help guide you through the admissions process. 

Get started on the path to a new career and a better future.

The Kaplan College San Diego campus is centrally located in Kearny Mesa, near Freeways 805 and 163, and in between Interstate 8 and Highway 52. Our facility occupies more than 53,407 square feet of classroom and office space, and is handicap accessible.

Each Kaplan College program is taught in specially built classrooms, labs, and computer/transcription rooms. 

Our on-campus library and learning resource center contains a variety of journals, publications, and other resources for research and general studies. The library offers computer services and Internet access, and is open to accommodate students during most College hours.

History of Kaplan College in San Diego

Kaplan College, San Diego campus was founded in 1976 as Maric College of Medical Careers to provide quality education in response to the needs of those aspiring toward medical careers and to meet employment demands in allied health occupations. The operation was expanded in September 1984 to the San Marcos Campus, which later moved to Vista. 

In 1994, the existing Maric Colleges began offering associate’s degree programs. In March 1999, Maric College of Medical Careers changed its name to Maric College and became Kaplan College in August 2008.