A Certificate of Achievement is designed to offer the student
an opportunity to develop skills in a specific technical and/or vocational field.
A Certificate of Achievement is awarded to those students who have successfully
completed a minimum of 20 semester units of specifically approved courses, with
a grade-point average of 2.0.
A Certificate or Certificate of Proficiency is designed to augment other degrees or occupational areas by targeting a very
specific series of courses in the academic, vocational and/or technical field.
A Certificate or Certificate of Proficiency is awarded to those students who
have completed a minimum of 10 semester units of specifically approved courses,
with a grade-point average of 2.0.
Students may develop an Individual Occupational Major, by working out the
program with a counselor, for approval by the Division Dean of the Occupational
Major and the Dean of Counseling.
Students earning a certificate, A.S., or A.A. degree in an Occupational/Technical
area must complete a minimum of 12 units in residency at Chabot College within
the degree major or certificate program. Students in articulated degree/transfer
or Liberal Studies programs will need a total of 12 units of residency at Chabot
College in general education, major, or elective courses.
Grades earned in non-degree-applicable courses (numbered 100-299) will not
be used when calculating a student's degree applicable grade point average.
No courses below the English lA requirement are degree applicable.