The Diploma in General Studies recognizes individualized achievement in education. The program enables students to design a framework for studies independent of the requirements for university transfer programs or for specific career or technical programs.
Completion of 60 credits using the following criteria:
- must include one university-transfer English or Communications course
- a minimum of two courses from at least three different faculties
- a maximum of 15 credits from academic upgrading or preparatory courses (ENGU, ELLA, EASL or MATU)
- a maximum of 15 credits in one subject as defined by the four-letter course abbreviation (ex. BIOL, CRIM, ECON, etc.)
career transfer pathways
The Diploma in General Studies enables students to select a set of courses based on individual goals and interests.
General College Admission Requirements
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