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College Level CoursesThe CALCampus Postsecondary Division offers individual college courses to students from other colleges and to individual learners for professional development needs. Our college courses have been accepted by a wide range of colleges, universities, and professional organizations throughout the United States and the world. College level courses are numbered in the 300s. Students must have earned a high school diploma prior to enrollment and have fulfilled all posted prerequisites. To Register:
See the Course List and click on the course numbers to read the course descriptions. Remember, if you are taking the course to get credit at your school, check with them to ensure that they will accept it for credit. Once you have selected an individual course, go to our Admissions page for further instructions. Official Academic Record:
CALCampus automatically issues an official transcript for each course completed. This comes in the form of a hardcopy transcript of course completion with grade earned, signed and sealed by CALCampus administration. These are processed weekly. Semester Credits:
Semester credits are included on our official academic records. Most CALCampus college level courses are designed for 3 semester credits, unless otherwise specified in the course description. Grades:
All CALCampus courses are graded. (A 94-100, A- 90-93.9, B+ 87-89.9, B 84-86.9, B- 80-83.9, C+ 77-79.9, C 74-76.9, C- 70-73.9...below 70% is not passing). Clock Hours
See the Student Manual - Clock Hours/Time On Task.
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High School CoursesThe CALCampus High School Division offers individual high school credit courses. Adult learners who have already earned their high school diploma may take our courses to fulfill college admissions and professional requirements. High school students, of course, may enroll in our high school courses. For more information about our high school courses, see the Student Manual - High School Level Courses and Credit
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Postsecondary Certificate Program: TESOLThe following certificate program for career development is offered:
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) For enrollment information, e-mail the Registrar @ calcampus.edu.