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Sbcc Graduation Requirements

Admission and ApplicationsStudentenwerk Building 1st Floor – Room You can apply for an Associate Degree or Certificate of Achievement if all requirements are met or if all requirements are met by the end of the current semester (Fall/Spring/Summer). Exam credits may be awarded to students who are enrolled in the SBCC and who have a good reputation (2.0 GPA) for mastering a subject that is substantially equivalent to a course for which credit is requested. Students may request credits per exam, provided the course is listed in the catalog and the department designates the course as eligible for credit per exam. Loans cannot be granted for courses for which high school or college loans have been granted. Credits earned during the exam are not taken into account to meet unit load requirements such as selective service deferral, veteran or social security benefits, or financial assistance. General education courses are graduation requirements, not admission requirements. However, in some schools, the E.G. diploma or parts of it may be used as an admission criterion for transferred students. If you need help filling out the form, please read the instructions on the form. You can also contact for assistance. Credit courses applicable to the Diploma – are courses designated as appropriate for the Associate Degree in accordance with the requirements of Section 55062 and that have been recommended by the College and/or District Programs Committee and approved by the District Board of Directors as college courses that meet the needs of students. Programs of study at SBCC are numbered 100 and more in this catalogue. Freedom of expression is a legal right protected by the United States Constitution.

Faculty members of Santa Barbara City College have the right to freedom of expression, provided that such statement does not impede or impede the responsible fulfillment of work requirements or interfere with the mission and goals of Santa Barbara City College (SBCC). SBCC faculty members have the right to freedom in the classroom and/or other classroom environments when discussing their topic. Controversies are a normal aspect of free academic research and teaching, and both the knowledge and beliefs of the faculty member should be integrated into what is taught; The freedom to teach, however, must be complemented by a constant effort to distinguish between knowledge and faith. Faculty members should allow for the expression of different points of view, while taking care to avoid repeated and excessive intrusion of material unrelated to their subject. See BP 4030 Academic Freedom for the full policy. SBCC students may graduate under general education and department requirements in effect at the time of initial enrollment as long as continuous enrollment is maintained. or as required from the date the uninterrupted registration is established and maintained; or as required at closing. The Student Transfer Reform Act (Senate Bill 1440, codified in California Education Code Sections 66746-66749) guarantees every community college student taking an associate`s degree for transfer a variation of the associate degrees traditionally offered at a California community college. The Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T) or Associate in Science for Transfer (AS-T) is designed for students who wish to pursue a bachelor`s degree in a similar major on a CSU campus.

Students who complete these degrees (AA-T or AS-T) are guaranteed admission to the CSU system, but not to a specific campus or major. To earn one of these degrees, students must complete at least 60 mandatory semester units of CSU transferable courses with a minimum GPA of 2.0. Students transferring to a CSU campus that accepts AA-T or AS-T must not complete more than 60 units after transfer to earn a bachelor`s degree (unless the major is a major designated as a «high unit»). This degree may not be the best option for students who intend to transfer to a particular CSU campus or to a university or college that is not part of the CSU system. Students should consult an advisor when planning the degree for more information about admission and transfer requirements for the university. Current information on transfer contracts is available under Each student is responsible for familiarizing themselves with the requirements and prerequisites of the department and presenting their study or project plan to an appropriate instructor. Professors are not required to accept students for independent study, as their duties may exclude additional liability. There are several options from which students can choose to meet the requirements of the lower division transfer before leaving SBCC.

Some campuses may have additional upper division general education requirements that students must meet after transfer. A student can earn AA, AA-T, AS, and AS-T degrees that have met all local and state requirements. All majors in which the degree requirements have been met will be noted on both the student`s transcript and the diploma. A state-approved curriculum designed to prepare students for entry or career advancement allows for certificate programs that consist primarily of courses in a specific discipline. For most certificate programs, students must meet all department requirements with a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 2.0 or higher. Some certificate programs require a «C» or better in each course. Performance certificate candidates must meet at least 20% of the departmental residency requirements at the CCC. Some certificates may require a higher percentage of the requirements completed in residence at the SBCC, credits differ from associate degrees in that they do not require completion of the SBCC completion requirements for the associate degree. NOTE: Admission and graduation requirements are often confused. College and university admission requirements are based on: The catalogue fee allows students who are continuously enrolled at the institution to select the catalogue year the student will take for general education and diploma/certificate requirements, provided the selected catalogue is one of the following: Advanced placement credits can be used to meet graduation requirements for the Department Award. Competency award, performance certificate and associate diploma. Units earned through AP credits will not be used for financial assistance and cannot be used to meet the 12-unit residency requirement for closing.

The Skills Scholarship Program (SCA) identifies courses that, when combined, best prepare students to enter the job market in their chosen field. Candidates for a competency award are expected to meet at least 20% of the departmental residency requirements at CCC. Some SCAs may require a higher percentage of residency requirements met at CCC. Proficiency awards are not recognized by the state. These awards provide future employers with proof that the student has mastered the basic skills. Students must complete each required course with a «C» or better or a passport (P). Students can choose a pass/unsuccessful assessment option with a faculty signature (academic advisor, department head, or instructor). A completed Pass / No Pass form must be completed no later than Friday 5.

Semester week (fall and spring) and Friday of week 2 during the summer session at Admissions & Records. (30% of the duration of courses that do not have the full duration of the semester). After this time, neither the student nor the teacher can change the decision.