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Ed. Code §94897(j) An institution shall not in any manner make an untrue or misleading change in, or untrue or misleading statement related to, a test score, grade or record of grades, attendance record, record indicating student completion, placement, employment, salaries, or financial information, including any of the following:
(1) A financial report filed with the Bureau.
(2) Information or records relating to the student's eligibility for student financial aid at the institution.
(3) Any other record or document required by this chapter or by the Bureau.

 

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5 CCR §71710(a) In order to meet its mission and objectives, the educational program defined in §94837 of the Ed. Code shall be comprised of a curriculum that includes: Those subject areas that are necessary for a student to achieve the educational objectives of the educational program in which the student is enrolled.

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Ed. Code §94909(a) Prior to enrollment, an institution shall provide a prospective student, either in writing or electronically, with a school catalog containing, at a minimum, all of the following:
(8) A detailed description of institutional policies in the following areas:


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Ed. Code §94909(a) Prior to enrollment, an institution shall provide a prospective student, either in writing or electronically, with a school catalog containing, at a minimum, all of the following:
(8) A detailed description of institutional policies in the following areas:

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Ed. Code §94909(a) Prior to enrollment, an institution shall provide a prospective student, either in writing or electronically, with a school catalog containing, at a minimum, all of the following:
(8) A detailed description of institutional policies in the following areas:

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Ed. Code §94909(a) Prior to enrollment, an institution shall provide a prospective student, either in writing or electronically, with a school catalog containing, at a minimum, all of the following:
(8) A detailed description of institutional policies in the following areas:

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Ed. Code §94909(a) Prior to enrollment, an institution shall provide a prospective student, either in writing or electronically, with a school catalog containing, at a minimum, all of the following:
(8) A detailed description of institutional policies in the following areas:

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5 CCR §71770(b) The institution shall specify the maximum credit it will transfer from another institution for each educational program, and the basis upon which the transferred credit will be awarded.
(1) Except as limited by subdivision (c) of this section, a maximum of 75 percent of the units or credit that may be applied toward the award of a bachelor's degree may be derived from a combination of any or both of the following:


(2) No more than 20% of graduate semester units or the equivalent in other units awarded by another institution may be transferred for credit toward a Master's degree. An institution may accept transfer credits only from the institutions of higher learning described in subsection (1)(A).
(3) No more than 30 graduate semester credits or its equivalent awarded by another institution may be credited toward a doctoral degree. This subdivision does not apply to graduate programs that lead to a profession or an occupation requiring state licensure where the licensing agency has a regulation permitting a different standard.