As of October 2015, classes listed on the Victor Valley College website include Campus Law Enforcement, Fingerprint Recognition and Classification, Descriptive Astronomy, Small Business Management, and Advanced Engine Performance. Information on these and other courses is available in the school's online catalog.
Victor Valley's Campus Law Enforcement class has 32 to 36 lecture hours, follows California state standards and offers certification from the State Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training. Among the topics the course covers are campus police tasks, student records and discipline, rules governing searches and seizures, mandatory reporting of child abuse, and preparing for disasters. The Fingerprint Recognition and Classification class is an introductory course in fingerprint classification that trains students to identify unknown fingerprints.
Victor Valley's Descriptive Astronomy looks at the history of astronomy and its current state, as well as basic theories in the field. Small Business Management takes a contemporary approach to small business development, marketing, finances and entrepreneurial opportunities within the context of a free market system. The Advanced Engine Performance course prepares students for the Bureau of Automotive Repair California Alternative Test for Advanced Engine Performance. Topics include fuel management, ignition systems, computer diagnosis, engine testing and repair. The course consists of 8 to 9 lecture hours and 24 to 27 hours of laboratory work.