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Curriculum classes lead to a degree, diploma, certificate or transfer credits and some classes require appropriate prerequisite courses. Students must fill out and submit an application for admission. If working toward a degree, diploma, or certificate, transcripts must also be submitted. Otherwise, students should select "Special Credit" as their program of study.
Continuing Education Classes
Continuing Education classes are often the same or similar to curriculum classes but have more flexible schedules and instructional requirements. They are usually offered to business and industry to meet specific educational requirements. Classes often do not require prerequisite courses and usually are not transferable. Students do not need to fill out an admissions application. In some cases, students satisfactorily completing Continuing Education classes that meet certain requirements can request credit for the equivalent Curriculum class.