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Cat College Class Schedules

Cat College Extension is now in session. You may take any courses from the catalog, from any level, for cat education enrichment. Your classwork during this time won’t cumulate in a degree, but you can gain valuable knowledge about cats large and small through illustrative videos, interactive maps, class projects and informative articles. In addition, your quiz results will garner points for your Club Cat account. You must pass the quiz with a score of 60 percent or higher to receive credit (i.e., Club Cat points) for taking the course. Good luck in your studies!

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Session 100 Master your cat college fundamentals. Take courses in cat nutrition, genetics, sociology, physical education, zoology, art history, biology and language.
Session 200 Take the next step in cat academics. Learn more about cat biology, art history and nutrition.
Session 300 Enrich your cat studies. Explore advanced courses in psychology, zoology and biology.
Session 400 Reach higher levels of cat academic achievement. Study cat genetics, zoology and history in these courses.
Session 500 Aim for the top with this highest level of cat college. Continue advanced courses in genetics and zoology and learn about natural science.

Let the learning begin!

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Laura    Malakoff, TX

3/31/2014 2:33:35 PM

When does Cat College Extension start a new session; so that my classwork will cumulate in a degree?

Laura    Malakoff, TX

3/30/2014 10:54:51 PM

I enrolled, but how do I know when I can start so that I earn the credits, and go through the graduation diploma process? (It says "Your classwork during this time won’t cumulate in a degree" ) What date may I begin so that I will get the credit?

CatChannel Editor    Irvine, CA

5/29/2013 9:40:12 AM

Megan -- Cat College is in open enrollment now, so you are free to take classes whenever you like!

Megan    Boerne, TX

5/28/2013 10:20:29 AM

Is there a schedule, or do you do it whenever you want to?

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