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Certificates of Achievement
- Part One - Overview
- Part Two - Academic Programs
- Part Three - Support Services
- Part Four - Getting Started
- Part Five - Tips for Success
A Certificate of Achievement is designed for students who want to acquire skills in order to enter the job market as soon as possible. A Certificate of Achievement will be granted in specific vocational areas to any student who meets the following requirements:
Scholarship: A cumulative grade point average of not less than 2.0 in all college and university coursework attempted.
Major: Completion of all courses required in a curriculum specified in the College Catalog. It does not require general education coursework.
Residency: Completion of at least 12 semester units in residence at the college granting the certificate.
Application for Certificate: The student must file a formal written application in the Counseling Office. Work counted toward the granting of a certificate by one college cannot be used at another college for a duplicate certificate.