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Bachelor of Arts Completion Online Info Session

June  30, 2014
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

 

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Bachelor of Arts Completion Online Info Session

Each program offers informational sessions designed to offer you a sense of the program's educational mission and admission requirements. You will have the chance to ask questions to help you find the best program for your educational goals.

This particular info session will take place online. You will have the chance to connect with a core faculty member, an academic advisor and one of the program's graduates. We will talk about our course of study and teaching philosophy, collaborative learning and the cohort model, application requirements, transfer units, tuition guarantee, weekend format, and more.

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Please fill out the R.S.V.P. form so we can email you instructions for the online platform where the info session will be hosted.

If you are unable to attend the session but would like more information, consider attending a different session or contact the admissions counselor for the Bachelor's Degree Completion program, Veronica Palafox (vpalafox@ciis.edu or 415.575.6227).

This information session is online only. Please submit the RSVP form and we will send you instructions on registering.

 
 

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Bachelor's Degree Completion Program at CIIS

Bachelor's Degree Completion Program at CIIS

Serving adult learners who have completed the equivalent of the first two years of college, the CIIS bachelor's completion degree is designed to complement busy lifestyles. Since 2000, this program has graduated 68 percent of its students within one year of enrollment. The core curriculum in the School of Undergraduate Studies evolves each semester according to our students, faculty, contemporary culture and emerging scholarship. In the core curriculum, students work together in a cohort, or a group of peers over the three-semester sequence.