The Bachelor’s Degree programmes at Cipriani College of Labour and Co-operative Studies are articulated with the Associate Degree programmes within the same discipline and offer students the possibility of entering at different levels.
Entry requirements for the Bachelor’s Degree in Labour Studies and Occupational Safety, Health and the Environment are the same.
There are three categories of eligible students for the Bachelor’s Degree in Labour Studies and Occupational Safety, Health and the Environment:
- Students who have obtained five CXC/GCE passes, with passes in English and Mathematics. These students will require four years to complete the degree-two at the Associate level and the last two at the Bachelor’s degree level
- Students who have completed the Associate degree in Labour Studies, Occupational Safety and Health or the Associate degree in Environmental Management with a GPA of 3.0.or higher. These students will require two years to complete the degree as part of a 2 plus 2 articulation arrangements, but will have to complete any additional course(s) offered in the first year of the programme, not covered in the Associate degree programme.
- Students who have obtained at least two A levels would require three years to complete the degree
- Mature persons (25 years and older) with considerable experience in the field will be interviewed by the College Admissions Committee, chaired by the Registrar, to determine at what point/level of the programme they will be admitted. Exemptions, if any, will also be determined by this Committee.