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Career & College Preparation (CCP) | Certificate or Adult Dogwood Diploma

Diploma or Certificate

Current offerings are available through myCMTN. Search as a guest if you are a prospective student.

You can take courses part-time or full-time. You will learn in a one-on-one, self-paced, or group-lecture format, depending on the courses you sign up for. There are some distance and online options. Some courses may not be available at all campuses.

CCP Fundamental level

EDCP 020Education and Career Planning2.5
CPST 020Computer Studies2.5
ENGL 021Fundamental English 0212.5
ENGL 022Fundamental English 0223
ENGL 023Fundamental English 0233
ENGL 024Fundamental English 0243
ENGL 025Fundamental English 0253
ENGL 026Fundamental English 0262.5
MATH 023Fundamental Math 0232
MATH 024Fundamental Math 0243
MATH 0251Fundamental Math 02512.5
MATH 026Fundamental Math 0262.5
Total Credits32

The Fundamental Certificate requires completion of both ENGL 026 and MATH 026, or completion of ENGL 026 or MATH 026 and placement at a higher level in the other course.

CCP Intermediate level (Grade 10)

MATH 0301Intermediate Mathematics I2
MATH 0302Intermediate Mathematics2
MATH 032Math for Trades6
MATH 091Cook Training Math 16
ENGL 030Intermediate English4
EDCP 030Education and Career Planning2.5
CPST 030Intermediate Computer Studies2.5
SCIE 030Intermediate Science4

The Intermediate Certificate requires completion of English and a Math, plus two of the following courses at the Intermediate Level: Science; Social Science; Education and Career Planning or Computer Studies.

CCP Advanced level (Grade 11) 

BIOL 040Advanced Biology4
CHEM 040Advanced Chemistry4
CPST 040Advanced Computer Studies3
ENGL 040Advanced English5
MATH 0401Advanced Math2
MATH 0402Advanced Math2
MATH 046Business & Technical Mathematics Advance4
PHYS 040Advanced Physics4
SOSC 040Social Science - Advanced5

The Advanced Certificate requires completion of an English, a Math, a Science or Computer Science or Computer Studies plus one option at the Advanced Level or higher.

CCP Provincial level (Grade 12)

BIOL 050Provincial Biology4
BIOL 0501The Nature of Life2
BIOL 0502The Human Body2
CHEM 050Provincial Chemistry4
CPST 050Provincial Level Computer Studies3
CPST 055Provincial Level Computer Studies 0553
EDCP 050Education and Career Planning3
ENGL 050Provincial English4
ENGL 055Provincial Technical English4
ENGL 056Provincial Essential English4
ENGL 057Provincial Professional English7.5
FNST 050Provincial First Nations Studies3.5
GEOG 050Provincial Geography4
MATH 0501Provincial Mathematics2
MATH 0502Provincial Mathematics2
MATH 053Provincial Level Calculus4
PORT 050Portfolio4
WORK 050Work Experience4

The BC Adult Graduation Diploma “Adult Dogwood” requires Provincial Level English or higher, Advanced Level Mathematics or higher, three additional courses at the Provincial Level or higher, or, Advanced Social Sciences and two Provincial or higher courses.

For entry into CCP, you need to: 

  • be at least 18 years of age, OR
  • have already earned Grade 12 standing, OR
  • be 17 years of age and out of public school for at least one year, OR
  • have a written recommendation from a local high school principal; AND
  • meet with an CMTN  Educational Advisor to decide the best courses for you

The number of spaces available to students under 18 is limited. If you are under 18 years old or if you do not meet the course prerequisites, please contact an Educational Advisor.

Apply for CCP

Step 1

Apply to the program through Education Planner BC. Questions? Contact an Educational Advisor

Step 2

Contact an Educational Advisor to talk about your educational goals, funding options and other support to get you started on your educational journey. If you have attended high school in British Columbia, you can order a copy of your high school transcript.

Step 3

An Educational Advisor will connect you with a Learning Assistance Specialist who will work with you to determine which courses meet your learning levels and needs.

Step 4

Your Educational Advisor will help you register in the right courses and get started. 

We offer tuition rates based on how many hours you will be in class. How many hours you are in class depends on when you can attend classes and which classes you want to attend. Tuition is billed based on the week. Please see below for the international tuition table and for information on Financial Aid.

Hours per week Mandatory fees per week Student Union fees per semester (15 weeks)
0-8 hours $1.88 to a maximum of $28.20 per semester $41.99
8.1-14 hours $3.77 to a maximum of $56.55 per semester $41.99
14.1-21 hours $5.60 to a maximum of $84.00 per semester $41.99
21.1+ hours $7.71 to a maximum of $115.65 per semester $41.99

Fees are effective as of August 1, 2021 for the 2021/22 Academic Year.  Student Union fees of $41.99 per semester will be added to the student account.

Please note that these are approximate costs and may vary depending on courses taken.

Domestic students may be able to apply for help to pay your fees. Please come to the college and ask an advisor about financial assistance or funding that may be available.

Books may be available in the library or may be purchased second hand.

Hours per week International tuition and fees per 15 week semester (International students are charged a flat rate per semester)
0-8 hours $1,800.07
8.1-14 hours $3,235.71
14.1-21 hours $4,628.45
21.1+ hours $6,066.87

Fees are effective as of August 2021 and do not include student union fees. Student Union fees of $41.99 per semester and health insurance, if applicable, will be added to the student account.

Please note that these are approximate costs and may vary depending on courses taken.

International student tuition includes Health Insurance fees of $298.75, which may not be charged if students have provided proof of MSP.

Financial Aid

You may be able to apply for help to pay your fees. Please come to the College and ask an advisor about financial assistance or funding that may be available.  Be sure to check out the following opportunities: