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Graduation Requirements


Chaffey College awards Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees. Students must complete general education requirements in addition to their major requirements. A minimum of 12 units must be earned at Chaffey College.

An Associate Degree from Chaffey College symbolizes the successful efforts of the student to complete a series of learning experiences designed to enhance insights, develop competencies, increase knowledge and encourage lifelong learning. Although the degree requirements include a wide variety of choices for all students, the framework of curricula has been established by the faculty in compliance with state law to meet both student needs and community expectations.

Each Associate Degree is an expression of achievement designed to insure:

In addition to these accomplishments, the student shall possess sufficient depth in a selected field of knowledge to contribute to lifetime interests.

    For specific Graduation Requirements click here.

    For General Education Requirementsclick here.

Chaffey College believes that education makes us what we are and is the wellspring of what we are to become; it is humankind's most important enterprise and one of life's greatest privileges. With a wealth of tradition and experience, Chaffey is proud to continue providing excellent programs in an atmosphere conducive to learning.



GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

ASSOCIATE DEGREE

  I.

General Education

II.

Major Requirements

III.

Electives


GRADUATION

I.

Writing

II.

Mathematics


OTHER REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION

I.
Scholarship Requirements for Graduation
II.
Residence Requirements for Graduation
III.
Continuous Attendance


An Associate Degree from Chaffey College is an award certifying that its recipient has demonstrated competence in a wide variety of disciplines, including a relatively intense exposure in a major field. The requirements for the degree include the widest possible variety of choice for the students within a framework established by the faculty of the college in compliance with state law and the expectations of the community served by the college. It is the intent of the college that each Associate Degree be a unique expression of achievement. The minimum requirements for graduation with the degree of Associate in Arts or Associate in Science are specified by the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges and the Chaffey College Governing Board.



Unit and Subject Requirements

ASSOCIATE DEGREE
The Associate Degree will be granted upon the completion of 60 semester units of work and the fulfillment of the following specific requirements listed below.


I. General Education (minimum 18 units)
Complete the requirements stated under "General Education."

Note: Students who are qualified to be certified for the CSU General Education pattern of classes or the IGETC pattern of classes also fulfill the General Education requirements for an Associates Degree for Chaffey College.


II. Major Requirements (minimum 18 units)

See General Education 

Complete an associate degree program as described under "Programs of Study" in the Chaffey College catalog.

III. Electives
(any additional units necessary to meet minimum degree unit requirement)

MINIMUM TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED FOR DEGREE --- 60 UNITS



Basic Skills Competency Requirements

I. Writing

The student must pass with a minimum grade of C:
     English 1A


II. Mathematics

Placement into Mathematics 25 or higher as determined by the Chaffey assessment process, or successful completion of one of the intermediate algebra or higher level math or statistics courses listed below:
     Mathematics 425, 430, 4, 25 or higher level
     Social Science 10
     Statistics 10



OTHER Requirements for Graduation

I. Scholarship Requirements for Graduation
A minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 (C average) in degree applicable units attempted.

II. Residence Requirements for Graduation
A minimum of 12 units must be earned at Chaffey College.

III. Application for Graduation
Students must file a formal application for graduation in the Counseling Department or print the application online for an associate degree or certificate. Students may graduate at the end of any semester or summer session. Refer to the college calendar for application deadlines.

IV. Continuous Attendance
These graduation requirements apply to students during the 2013-2014 school year. Students who enroll prior to Fall 2013 and who have maintained continuous attendance (attendance in at least one semester or two quarters, excluding summer sessions, each calendar year -- January 1 through December 31 -- as indicated on a permanent record) at any accredited college have the option of meeting the current requirements or those in effect at the time continuous attendance began. In the event that required courses have been discontinued, students may petition for substitution/waiver by making an appointment with a counselor in the Counseling Department.



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