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College of the Redwoods

Eureka, CA


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AP Credit Policy

College of the Redwoods encourages prospective students to prepare themselves for college by taking courses that are rigorous and challenging. High school students may have opportunities available to them, such as College Board Advanced Placement (AP) courses. Students completing various AP courses and earning scores of 3 or higher on AP examinations may earn credit for an AP course. Advanced Placement credits may be used to satisfy specific AA/AS degree General Education requirements and major requirements at CR, or may be applied as elective units toward the degree. Be advised that when a student transfers to another college or university, each institution evaluates advanced placement units in accordance with its own policies. Therefore, advanced placement units remain intact and do not transfer as College of the Redwoods courses. Furthermore, advanced placement units may not be used to satisfy residency requirements. Specific course credit is granted to students with qualifying Advanced Placement examination scores when it has been determined that Advanced Placement course work is equivalent to specific College of the Redwoods course work.

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  • Offers placement into advanced courses


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Majors and Degrees

The college offers the following degrees: Certificate and Associate

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Special Academics Program

  • Cooperative Education
  • Cross-Registration
  • Distance Learning
  • Double Major
  • Dual Enrollment of High School Students
  • English as a Second Language
  • Honors Program
  • Independent Study
  • Teacher Certification

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