Admission to a Diploma Program at CD-ED requires high school completion or the equivalent. Acceptance into programs offered by the Centre for Distance Education is facilitated by interview by telephone with the admissions department and providing appropriate information prior to enrollment.
Enrollment as a personal enrichment student will be granted to any candidate who submits an application and pays the fees and tuition established for each course. Personal enrichment courses yield no academic credit.
The Centre for Distance Education will evaluate credits for transfer from other postsecondary institutions. Transfer credits must match a course offered in the Centre’s catalog in the following areas: level and content. Major, major elective and technical core courses may not be transferred if their completion date exceeds five years from the start of program.
In general, credits for general education may be accepted when earned before the five-year limit. Courses considered for transfer credit must be able to be applied towards graduation requirements. Centre for Distance Education accepts transfer credit only for courses in which a grade of C or higher has been earned.
Reasonable efforts will be made by the Centre for
Distance Education to accommodate students with
special needs as addressed by the Americans with
Disabilities Act. The Centre for Distance Education
students with disabilities may be eligible for
accommodations in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Students who wish to request accommodation should contact the Office of the President at least three weeks prior to the beginning of the academic term to schedule an online intake appointment. Students seeking accommodations are required to notify the Registrar of any special needs at the time of registration.
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