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Q.01

Where is the Fremont
College campus?

The address is 18000 Studebaker Road, Cerritos, CA 90703. Fremont is conveniently located close to the Los Angeles 5, 91, 105 and 605 freeways, and is located close to public transportation.

Q.02

Are classes available
online?

Students in campus-based programs will take their general education classes online. Other programs are offered 100% online. Some online courses offer the opportunity to periodically meet face ­to ­face with your classmates and instructors on campus during live lectures (which are also webcast) or study sessions.

Q.03

What programs does Fremont College offer?

Fremont offers the following programs:

  • Masters Business Administration (online)
  • Bachelor of Arts degree completion in Business Leadership (online)
  • Bachelor of Science degree completion in Healthcare Management (online)
  • Associate of Arts in Paralegal Studies (on campus)
  • Associate of Science in Digital Marketing (on campus and online)
  • Associate of Science in Health Information Technology (online)
  • Business Management Program (online)
  • Certificate in Health Administration (on campus and online)
  • Certificate in Web & Mobile Marketing (on campus and online)
  • Diploma in Massage Therapy (on campus)
  • Diploma in Physical Therapy Aide (on campus)
  • Diploma in Business Administration (online)
  • Diploma in Sports Therapy & Massage (on campus)
Q.04

How long will it take to complete a program of the study?

Bachelor degree completion programs and associate degree programs take just 15 months to complete. The Massage Therapy diploma requires 10 months to complete. And the certificate programs need 7 months to complete.

Q.05

Does Fremont College have dormitories?

No, but we can assist students with finding housing near our campus

Q.06

Do online students receive the same support as students who take courses on campus?

Yes! Our online instructors and student advisers will be there every step of the way to assist you. You will have the same access to Fremont faculty and staff online as you would on campus. In addition, each online course is delivered through a powerful learning management system with 24 hour technical support. Students have access to virtual advising sessions, online career services, and online student support.

Q.07

How much does a degree from Fremont College cost?

The cost of a degree from Fremont College varies depending on the program you choose. Contact us to get more information about the cost of our programs.

Q.08

What if I need help paying for college?

Fremont College has several financial assistance programs available for students who need help paying for school. Our financial aid representatives can assist you with applying for grants and student loans to help fund your college education (for those who qualify).

Q.09

Does Fremont College provides assistance with my job search?

We maintain close ties to our alumni, helping them begin their job searches prior to graduation and continuing to provide assistance after they have completed their education (in no way does Fremont College promise or guarantee employment or level of income/wages).

Applying to
school has never
been easier.

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

Below are admissions requirements to enroll in a higher education degree at Fremont College (see school catalog for more information):

Admission Requirements

  • A letter of recommendation
  • An entrance essay
  • An initial interview with a Fremont College Admissions Representative
  • A completed Fremont College Admissions Application and Enrollment Agreement
  • An acceptance interview conducted by a designated school official
  • A high school diploma or equivalent (GED certificate) for undergraduate level programs. A bacccalaureate degree is required for graduate level programs.
  • A passing score on the Paralegal program admissions test for paralegal applicants
  • Schedule an appointment

Browse Some of Our Certificate & Degree Programs Below to Get Started:

Diploma degree programs

– 30 weeks

– 45 units

*Massage Therapy:
40 weeks / 60 units

bachelor's degree program

– 60 weeks

– 90 units

Masters degree

– 50 weeks

– 50 units

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