What happens if I fail a course?

Learners who fail any course will not be eligible to move forward to the current offering of CPS 2 or be promoted from the program. The learner will meet individually with the Academic Directors to discuss their performance and results. A supplemental examination will be required which will be administered up to 60 days after the end of the CPS session. The Supplemental exam will account for 100% of the final grade for the course and a learner must achieve at least 60% to pass the supplemental exam. If successful, learners will be eligible to join the subsequent offering of CPS 2 or will be promoted from the program. If unsuccessful, the learner will have to retake the failed course.  The learner should contact School of Continuing Studies to register for the next offering of the course they have failed and make a payment for that individual course.

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