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Ceramic Arts and Ceramics - Cerritos College

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Ceramic Arts and Ceramics Associate from Cerritos College details

Program Format: Campus Program Level: Associate

Ceramic Arts and Ceramics from Cerritos College is a Campus Associate Ceramic degree that prepares you for a Art and Design career. Ask your questions and apply online for this program or find other related Ceramic courses.

Cerritos College details

Cerritos College address is 11110 Alondra Blvd, Norwalk, California 90650-6298. You can contact this school by calling (562) 860-2451 or visit the college website at .
This is a 2-year, Public, Associate's--Public Suburban-serving Single Campus according to Carnegie Classification. Religion Affiliation is Not applicable and student-to-faculty ratio is 30 to 1. The enrolled student percent that are registered with the office of disability services is 5% .
Awards offered by Cerritos College are as follow: Less than one year certificate One but less than two years certificate Associate's degree Two but less than 4 years certificate.
With a student population of 21,335 (all undergraduate) and set in a City: Small, Cerritos College services are: Remedial services Academic/career counseling service Employment services for students Placement services for completers On-campus day care for students' children . Campus housing: No.
Tuition for Cerritos College is $1,060. Type of credit accepted by this institution Dual credit Credit for life experiences Advanced placement (AP) credits . Most part of the informations about this college comes from sources like National Center for Education Statistics

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