Associate degree Programme
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An associate degree is awarded to students who complete 90 quarter credit hours or 60 semester credit hours of schooling. Typically, on a full-time schedule, this requires two years to complete.
Other requirements include “general education” courses, such as English composition, algebra, social interaction, humanities, etc. Some people refer to associate degrees as “two-year” degrees because it is possible to obtain the degree in approximately that length of time. For students who place into developmental (sometimes called pre-college or remedial) courses, the time will be extended since these credits will not apply toward the associate degree. Conversely, high school graduates who enter college with a high amount of transfer credits (AP, AICE, IB, CLEP) could finish the degree in less than two years. In rare circumstances, some students take one year to earn the associate degree.
Other credentials, called either a certificate or a diploma, may be awarded for specific studies that either do not meet the associate degree requirements for general education or for program length. For example, certification in a particular field of information technology may only run for four to six months and will most typically require coursework only in that subject matter, without any “Gen Ed” requirement. At 2-year colleges in the United States, more students attend part-time than full-time. To accommodate part-time students, many of whom work, most US community colleges offer required courses during evening and weekend hours and increasingly, online (the Sloan Consortium reports that 51% of all degrees earned online are associate degrees.)
CGF College has two, Fall and Spring, admission periods. Thus students can start their studies either in September or January.
4-year Associate degree or equivalent nationally recognized undergraduate degree
Diploma score (at least 550 for paper-based test or 80 for internet-based test). School Cert. score is also accepted (at least 4 Credit). Students are not obliged to certify their English proficiency if the previous degree is obtained in English speaking country or if English is their native language.
Intellectual test (at least 50% correct answers) that measures logical and critical reasoning. GMAT score is also accepted.
The studies are structured in 20 monthly modules that are combined with studies in small groups. During the Degree course students go on a two-week study trip to the University outside Nigeria or University of Abuja. The trip includes both academic learning and company visits and knowledge exchange with CGF College executives and CGFMission students on preliminary mission.
Upon graduation on Associate Degree Program students receive Internationally Accredited Associate Degrees based on the fact that the certificate and exam will be in certified online institution degree that is awarded by CGF Collieg and certified by all partner institutions.
Admission procedure takes place in two periods: Fall and Spring. Thus students start their study process in September or January.
3-year Associate Degree or equivalent nationally recognized undergraduate degree
Executive or senior-level clinical experience for at least 5 years
Diploma score (at least 550 for paper-based test or 80 for internet-based test). school cert score is also accepted (at least 4credit passes). Students are not obliged to certify their English proficiency if the previous degree is obtained in English speaking country or if English is their native language.
Passed structured interview
This courses are only for humanitarian purposes so the offer is not available for develop world any student who wishes to take this topic from developed world is required to pay the full tuition. The certificate is accredited for humanitarian purposes not applicable for proffessional health care system.