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Canadian Career Education College
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Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition for Domestic Students Only
The Registrar and the department or program chair are responsible for the overall evaluation of non-C.C.E.C. credits, subject to established policies.
Exceptions to the established policies may only be granted by the Dean or the President.
Responsible Authority: Dean, Academic Development
Approval Authority: President's Executive Committee
PURPOSE: To establish a process to award academic education credits earned by students through recognition of subjects or courses completed via C.C.E.C. or other designated institutions.
Transfer credit refers to the course equivalencies granted towards a program of study based on acceptable academic diploma/certificate or diploma level course work from an accredited post-secondary institution. Advanced standing and transfer credit may also be granted for some standardized advanced secondary school programs.
In accordance with faculty legislation, credit from institutions other than C.C.E.C. may be transferred to the C.C.E.C. record only if it relates to documented prior learning or experience.
Value: The credit may have a time discount, or a fee discount, or both for up to the total number of hours for a related subject. For example, if you are an RCIC, you may be eligible for a tuition discount in the range of $500-800 CAD, and three subject attendance waivers.
Policy on the transfer of course credit
Non-C.C.E.C. credit is awarded based on specific requirements:
Changes to Transfer Credits:
All university-level credit courses that have been completed at an accredited Canadian university, that are academic in content, and in which a minimum grade of 70% has been achieved will be recognized for credit at C.C.E.C.
Canadian Community Colleges, Private Career Colleges, and Colleges of Applied Arts & Technology in Canada:
Applicants who have completed at least one year (two terms) in a Canadian community college or an Ontario College of Applied Arts and Technology with a cumulative average of 65% will be considered for transfer credit consideration, as follows:
Private or Career Colleges:
Although many private/career colleges are registered with the Ministry of Education, most offer specific applied (non-academic) career training. C.C.E.C. does not grant transfer credit for programs completed at private/career colleges unless C.C.E.C. has an Articulation Agreements and MOU in place with that college or this condition is waived by the C.C.E.C. designated authority.
Students can normally expect a response from the Office of the Registrar within 10 working days from the date the assessment is submitted.