More Info
1-800-373-6668 Apply
  • Programs
  • Admissions & Aid
  • Student Life
  • Career Development
  • Who We Are
Toggle Menu



Admissions Process

We are only as successful as our graduates, and we start by finding the best and most committed students. Our trained team of admissions representatives will help you understand yourself, visualize your dreams, and map your career.

During your informational meeting, we will help you find the associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree program that best fits your interests. We will also take you on a tour of the school, show you our unique and fun learning methodology — Professional Action Learning (“PAL”) — and discuss how easy it is to apply for financial aid. You will also discover how you can complete your education training in as few as 15 months or less and, most importantly, what job opportunities exist for Fremont College graduates. Our admissions representatives are trained to assist students like you to find the right program and course schedule.

If you need help deciding which degree program is right for you, take our free career test that will help you determine the career that fits with your personality and interests.

Admission Requirements

Applying to School Has Never Been Easier. Below are admissions requirements to enroll in a higher education degree at Fremont College:

    1. An initial interview with a Fremont Admissions Associate
    2. Proof of graduation from an accredited high school or its equivalent that must be demonstrated by one of the following criteria
      1. Copy or original of applicant’s high school or college transcript indicating that the applicant fulfilled the requirements for graduation from an accredited high school.
      2. Copy or original of applicant’s recognized equivalency certificate, such as the General Equivalency Diploma (GED), or copy or original of the GED transcript showing fulfillment of the requirements for a GED
      3. Copy of applicant’s high school diploma
      4. Copy of applicant’s Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DD214) that confirms that the applicant fulfilled the high school graduation or GED requirement

Fremont College does not admit ability-to-benefit students.

  1. A letter of recommendation
  2. An entrance essay
  3. A completed Fremont Admissions Application and Enrollment Agreement
  4. Completion of the Paralegal Program Admissions Test with a minimum score of 80, for candidates applying to the Paralegal program
  5. Acceptance interview conducted by a designated school official
  6. $10 application fee
  7. A computer with Internet connectivity, meeting the following minimum specifications:
    1. Windows Computers
      1. Windows XP, Vista, or 7 or higher
      2. Continuous, reliable Internet access with at least a 12 kbps connection. Soundcard and speakers
      3. Internet Explorer 8.0 or higher
      4. Webcam and microphone
    2. Apple Computers (recommended for design students)
      1. Mac OS X or higher (in classic mode)
      2. 28.8 kbps modem (56K recommended)
      3. Soundcard and speakers
      4. Safari 4.0
      5. Webcam and microphone
  8. Multimedia Design students require computers capable of running the current version of Adobe Creative Suite Production Premium. System requirements are available on the Adobe Creative Suite website:
  9. For admission to the Bachelor of Arts in Business Leadership degree completion program or the Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management degree completion program, students must demonstrate proof of graduation from an accredited college with an associate or equivalent degree or higher, or 90 quarter units of transferable courses at either the associate’s or bachelor’s level.
  10. Each candidate for admission is evaluated on the basis of individual merit and potential and will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or disability.

The College complies with the provisions of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and 1974 and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and all amendments thereto.

You can apply online or call 1-800-FREMONT to schedule an appointment or request more information.

Credit for Prior Learning

Finish your degree in the degree completion program


Many students who discontinue study without earning a bachelor’s degree later discover that it is difficult to find a promising career path or advance in an existing career without a bachelor’s degree. Those who are working, have moved away from the college they were studying at or have obligations that make it difficult to return to a traditional classroom setting will find that the bachelor’s degree completion program is the perfect alternative approach to degree completion.

What is the degree completion program?

The degree completion program is an alternative for those who didn’t finish college and want to go back to school to earn a bachelor’s degree in the quickest, most affordable way possible.

How does the degree completion program work?

The bachelor’s degree completion program allows students to complete a degree they have already started by transferring previously-earned college credits to be applied toward a bachelor’s degree. The program allows students to accelerate their degree timeline and earn a bachelor’s degree in a short amount of time. The degree completion program is open to returning Fremont College students who have obtained an associate degree, as well as students who obtained college credits or an associate degree at a community college or other school and want to pursue a bachelor’s degree.

Which programs are available in the degree completion program?

Fremont College_student photo shoot OOctober 16, 2009

Currently, Fremont College offers the bachelor’s degree completion program through the College of Healthcare and the College of Business. Students can apply their previously-earned college credits toward a bachelor’s degree in Business Leadership. The Business Leadership programs were chosen for the degree completion program because both degree programs prepare students for careers in in-demand fields.

How long does it take to earn a bachelor’s degree in the degree completion program

It takes just 15 months to earn a bachelor’s degree in the degree completion program at Fremont College. The accelerated program is designed to provide students with hands-on training and practical knowledge in the shortest time possible so they can begin working in their field without spending years in school.

Do I qualify for the degree completion program?

To be admitted into the degree completion program, you will need a minimum number of college credits. If you’re not sure how many credits you have, we can prepare a transcript evaluation to determine if you’re ready to begin the program. The process is simple and fast, allowing you to earn a bachelor’s degree in a little over one year giving you an edge in today’s competitive workforce.

What are the benefits of the degree completion program?


Our degree completion program offers on campus and online classes – convenient for busy adults. Fremont College’s revolutionary teaching method puts students in the driver’s seat of their education with guidance from instructors who have years of experience in the field. Furthermore, students will have access to the latest technologies used in today’s workforce at our Cerritos College and Los Angeles College campuses.

Learn more about our bachelor’s degree completion programs:

Effective May 24, 2016 , Fremont College will only accept students to our Cerritos main campus. Students will no longer be admitted to our Los Angeles branch campus. Current LA campus students will continue their studies as scheduled and graduate as planned. When the last student graduates at the LA branch campus in July 2017, Fremont College will officially close its LA branch campus and all administration and faculty will move to our main campus in Cerritos. Fremont College Cerritos main campus and our online division will not be affected and will continue accepting new students. Fremont College is committed to the success of our students and plans to add additional programs to grow our online division with our innovative learning models.