One of the links at the CCFP site was to a 2014 online handbook called Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges. It makes sense to see if I meet the qualifications for teaching at a community college before enrolling in a community college faculty preparation program, no?
So I started thumbing through the handbook, and it turns out I'm now qualified to teach 3 different subjects; here they are, along with the requirements I meet:
Manufacturing Technology (quality control, process control): any bachelor's degree and two years of professional experienceIt's nice to know I have some options.
Mathematics: bachelor's in mathematics or applied mathematics and a master's in statistics, physics, or math education
Military Studies: any bachelor's degree and two years of professional experience (in the pay grade of E-7 or above)
By the way, I did find a game theory class--in the economics program at Sac State. Haven't yet found whether it's offered at night or online.
Update, 5/22/17: Turns out those three subjects align quite nicely with the 3 career fields in which I've worked. I've been an army officer, a manufacturing manager, and a math teacher. Funny, that.