Programs include degree-applicable certificates, ranging from 9-22 months. Certificate program courses may also be taken individually to pursue selected topics or earn credit toward your degree. Programs are available in many disciplines. Enrollment is open, meaning there are no formal admission or application requirements.
For information regarding Military & Veteran's Services, contact Monique Pope
at 909.748.8337 and email@example.com.
All School of Continuing Studies courses will be online until further notice.
All programs are offered throughout the year. Certificate courses are typically scheduled one evening per week. Workshops and individual courses are scheduled in convenient daytime or late afternoon formats.
Yes. Anyone can enroll in our courses. The only certificate that has a prerequisite is our Accounting program.
Select a course and check out through the shopping cart. A confirmation email containing course and program information will be sent to you.
No. All courses are open enrollment. Simply choose the course you want and register.
You may transfer up to half of the required units from a regionally accredited college or university. You must show proof of earning a passing grade in the course(s), and the course(s) must be similar to the certificate course(s) for which you are seeking the credit.
You may take one or more courses before deciding to pursue a certificate program.
Yes. Most SCS courses offer undergraduate-level college credit.
If you are pursuing a Prep Year or degree program, you may qualify for Federal Financial Aid. Private student loans from Wells Fargo Bank are also available.
Unfortunately, we do not offer financial aid or federal student loans for certificate programs. Students pay for each course upfront, but on a course-by-course basis. This can help break up the cost. Students can also look into private student loans or see if their employer provides education funding.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unemployed or underemployed workers may receive government funding to pursue a certificate. Contact your local Employment Development Department (EDD) to find out if you are eligible.
Consult with your human resources or training department for details.
Several tax credits or deductions are available for continuing education including the $1,500 Hope Scholarship Tax Credit and the Lifetime Learning Credit (20% of the first $5,000 in expenses). Consult your tax advisor for more details.
To email an instructor, use email@example.com (please note, some instructors use personal email addresses, and may not respond to an email sent to their Redlands address).
To access unofficial transcripts and grades, visit "Student Planning" from your MyRedlands account.
To order an official transcript, visit http://getmytranscript.com/
If you forget your password, or have trouble accessing your account, please contact Cheryl Robbins at 909.748.8319 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Typically, instructors possess a graduate degree from a regionally accredited university, college-level teaching or training experience, and extensive expertise in the field. If you are interested in teaching, please forward your resume or CV to email@example.com.
Call 909.748.8868. An Enrollment Coordinator is available to speak with you.