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Rules & regulations

Courses offered by Concordia Continuing Education are designated as “non-credit” and may be used to obtain a non-credit diploma or certificate at CCE. Non-credit courses cannot be counted towards any of the degree, diploma or certificate programs offered by the Faculties of the University. The courses offered by CCE are, however, recognized by industry and can be used to obtain a non-credit certificate or diploma from CCE.

Students are advised that all courses, other than those offered within the Language Programs require an acceptable level of competency in English, even though testing for such competency is not a formal prerequisite for most programs.

Anyone eighteen (18) years of age or older is eligible for admission to a program or a course at Concordia Continuing Education. There are no academic requirements for admission, but there are course prerequisites that must be respected when completing a program of study.


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