Students who do not achieve a letter grade of “C” or better in any course or module are considered to have failed that course or module and must repeat it. When students repeat a failed course or module, the grade received is used to calculate the cumulative GPA. Both the original and repeat attempts will be counted in rate of progress calculations. If repeating the course or module is required, the length of the program must not exceed 150 percent of the published program length. Students may repeat a failed course or module only once. Additionally, the ability to repeat a course or module is on a “seat availability” basis. A student’s training may be interrupted if the course or module to be repeated is not available until a later date.
Degree students repeating courses will be charged the per credit cost for each repeated course.
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