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    Guam Community College
  Feb 25, 2018
Guam Community College 2017-2018 Catalog

General Requirements for Degree and Certificate Programs

A student is eligible for a degree or certificate if:

  • The student has been admitted as a Declared Student prior to or during the semester in which the requirements of the degree or certificate are completed;
  • The student has completed all of the requirements of the degree or certificate program; NOTE:  A single course cannot be used to satisfy more than one course requirement in a program.
  • The student has completed the total credit requirements of the degree or certificate program;
  • The student has a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher; and
  • The student has successfully completed at least 12 credit hours of course work required for the degree or certificate program at the College. A student should apply for a degree or certificate before the sixth (6th) week of the semester during which the student expects to complete all requirements for the degree or certificate.

Second Certificate or Degree and Multiple Emphasis in Degree Programs

A second certificate and/or degree may be granted provided that a student completes all additional technical, related technical and general education requirements. Some programs of study offer more than one area of emphasis; a student may earn a degree, which includes more than one emphasis so long as the student completes the requirements before the degree is conferred.