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How does the University Center work?

Admission to any of the University Center programs is handled through the individual universities. Credential or degree programs have specific prerequisites and requirements, so the admission process is handled through the institution providing the degree or credential. Each partner university works with College of the Canyons counselors to ensure the transferability of lower-division coursework. Provided the student completes the approved courses with satisfactory grades, meets other admission requirements of the partnering institution, and the institution’s program is not impacted, the student is given priority for admission and registration. 

New Programs

National University

Masters of Arts in Teaching with the Appllied Behavior Analysis Specialization (12 course, 18 month program)

Approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) for meeting the academic requirements for the taking the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and the Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) examinations, administered by the BACB

Now enrolling for Fall 2015 and Spring 2016

For information call Marysol Ramiriz

mramirez@nu.edu

(661) 362-5877

 

University of La Verne

Bachelor of Arts Degree in Accounting 

Now Enrolling for Spring 2016

Applications for admission may be submitted directly to jgilberto@laverne.edu or sketenjian@laverne.edu. To request and application, please contact the La Verne representative at COC, Samuel Ketenjian, Suite 203 Sketenjian@laverne.edu, (661)362-5876.  To request a preliminary assessment of your coursework, send unofficial transcripts to JENNIFER GILIBERTO, Academic Advisor for Admissions, at jgilberto@laverne.edu of fax to (818) 295-6501.