University of La Verne
Child Development, BS
The University of La Verne Central Coast Campus and Allan Hancock College have formed
a partnership to offer Bachelor degree programs in the Northern Santa Barbara County.
This partnership is making it easy for you to continue your education in Child Development
without moving from the area. Maximize your time and money; take all your lower-division
course work at Allan Hancock College then continue your degree with University of
La Verne an the Souza Center in Santa Maria. Instruction is offered on site.
Child Development, BS
Bachelor of Science in Child Development degree applicants may be considered for admission
if they have completed a minimum of 32 semester units of transferable college credit
from a regionally accredited college or university. The 32 college credits should
include 15 semester hours of Child Development courses and the equivalent of ENG 110,
College Writing A (Eng 101 at Allan Hancock College). Students who have not completed
the equivalent to ENG 110 must complete it within the first term of enrollment at
Contact the Allan Hancock College University Transfer Center at 922 6966 ext 3363
to make an appointment with a transfer counselor to evaluate your coursework.
Students are expected to be computer literate and have Internet access. In addition,
word processing, spreadsheet, and basic math skills are required for the successful
completion of some courses in the curriculum
Tuition and Fees (2009-2010)
|Bachelor’s Degree Tuition
||$475.00 per unit
|Application Fee (one time)
|Academic Service Fee
||$ 20.00 per course
|Deferred Payment Fee*
|Late Registration Fee
* Deferred Payment Plan
Students may pay 25% of the total charges plus fees at the time of registration and
the remaining 75% of the tuition no later than 45 days after the last day of the term.
There is a $50.00 fee for this service. Refer to the University of La Verne catalog
for a complete listing of fees.
Admission to the University is required before the financial aid application can be
processed. There is funding available from the Federal Government for working adults
who want to continue their education. There are a variety of financial aid programs
available depending on an individual’s financial situation and income level. Students
who wish to receive financial aid for their education should begin the application
process at the time they apply for admission to the University of La Verne. We encourage
you to apply on-line at www.ulv.edu/fao/. This will give you access to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
For further information please contact Ana Bautista at (805) 542-9690 x318 or email
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