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Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
It is the policy of California Miramar University to afford qualified students with disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, an equal opportunity to participate in, and thus benefit from, all programs, services, and activities of the University. This includes, but is not limited to, providing appropriate academic adjustments and auxiliary aids for persons with disabilities as defined in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA); and applicable federal and state nondiscrimination laws.
CMU does not discriminate on the basis of disability and provides qualified students with disabilities an equal opportunity to participate in the University’s programs through appropriate academic adjustments and the provision of auxiliary aids. The University accepts requests for accommodations from students with various disabilities including learning or intellectual disabilities. The University seeks to enhance a students’ chance of success within the classroom by offering accommodations, including, not limited to, extended time on exams; extended time on assignments; use of a calculator; provision to take tests in separate location and the permission to use a tape recorder in class. A disabled student is not required to disclose his/her disability to the University unless the student wishes the University to provide a reasonable accommodation. Please contact our Registrar for further information.
Accommodations can only be ensured by the first day of classes if requested at least thirty (30) calendar days prior to the start of the quarter. However, the University will put interim accommodations in place to the extent possible for requests received less than thirty (30) calendar days in advance.
Grades and evaluations are based on the demonstrated performance and level of academic knowledge gained during a course. CMU Faculty are required to provide constructive feedback and grade all session assignments for each course and enter the grades into the Learning Management System in a timely manner. Timely means within five days (non-weekends) of the receipt of the lessons from the student. The grading will consist of letter grades of A through F with grade points as indicated below. Additional elements of essays, problems, projects and case studies will receive letter grades from the faculty based on the grading rubric established by the University.
The grading scale is as follows:
|A||95-100 points||C||74-76.9 points|
|A-||90-94.9 points||C-||70-73.9 points|
|B+||87-89.9 points||D+||67-69.9 points|
|B||84-86.9 points||D||64-66.9 points|
|B-||80-83.9 points||D-||60-63.9 points|
|C+||77-79.9 points||F||Below 59.9 points|
Grade Point Average
A student’s grade point average (GPA) is obtained by dividing the total number of points earned by the total credit hours attempted. Grades and symbols used to record academic progress are listed in the grading system table below. GPA is based on a maximum of 4.0. Grade points are assigned to all grades as follows:
A specific grade is calculated on the final scores obtained in each course.
ACICS 2016 Campus Accountability Report
This is the data reported to ACICS by the institution in its most recent Campus Accountability Report:
California Miramar University, San Diego, CA (00024921) As of 1/10/2017
Beginning Population: 326
Ending Population: 237
Non-Program Enrollment: 0 *This number is not included in the ending population.
Campus Level Standards:
Program Level Standards:
|Business Administration (Academic Associate’s Degree)||100%||0%||Not Applicable|
|Business Administration (With Concentrations) (Bachelor’s Degree)||73%||100%||Not Applicable|
|Business Administration and Management (Master’s Degree)||84%||100%||Not Applicable|
|Doctor of Business Administration (Doctoral Degree)||84%||N/A||Not Applicable|
|English as a Second Language (Certificate/Diploma)||100%||N/A||Not Applicable|
|Hospitality Management (Certificate)||N/A||N/A||Not Applicable|
|Public Administration (Bachelor’s Degree)||N/A||N/A||Not Applicable|
|Strategic Leadership (Master’s Degree)||80%||100%||Not Applicable|
Campus Annual Safety and Security Report
The federal government passed a law named the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (20 U.S.C. §1092(f)). The federal law requires colleges and universities receiving federal student financial aid to disclose reported instances of criminal activity on or around their campuses. This act is enforced by the U. S. Department of Education.
In accordance with the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, and as amended, CMU collects crime statistics as the basis for this Annual Security Report (ASR), published by October 1. This is made available to students, employees, and applicants for enrollment or employment.
Crimes reported for the following location: 3550 Camino Del Rio N. Suite #208 San Diego, CA 92108. The statistics show the total criminal offenses, hate crimes and arrests/referrals for campus disciplinary action that occurred at the main location. These statistics encompass the campus, buildings & property and public property surrounding the campus. Public property includes all thoroughfares, streets, sidewalks, and parking facilities that are within the campus, or adjacent to and accessible from the campus.
An emergency response notification will alert students and employees of any significant emergency or dangerous situation involving any threat to the students and employees. If you have any questions, concerns and comments, please contact Jean Foster, Chief Operations Officer at 858-653-3000 or via electronic mail at [email protected].
Office Keys to Campus Facilities
Keys are provided to employees on a need-to enter basis as determined by the appropriate departmental manager. Lost or stolen keys must be reported immediately to Jean Foster. Keys may not be loaned to other staff members, family, and friends or to students.
Public Safety officers will confiscate any keys, which have not been specifically issued to a particular individual. Unauthorized duplication and illegal possession of keys is a misdemeanor crime punishable by law. Refer to California Penal code section 469.
Weapon Possession Policy
It is a serious violation of the law to possess a firearm or certain knives on campus on grounds or within buildings of the College (Section 626.9 of the California penal code)
Substance Abuse Policy
CMU will not tolerate substance abuse and committed to a policy prohibiting the use of illegal drugs or the abuse of legal drugs or alcohol, illegal drugs or the misuse or abuse of legal drugs controlled by law.
Safety and Security Reporting Tips
- It is very important to us to know exactly where you are when you call.
- Whenever possible note the location (room, building, street, etc) where the incident occurred.
- If the perpetrator is no longer near you, try to remember the route he or she took to leave the area.
- Tell us what exactly happened
- Tell us when the incident occurred and approximately how long.
- Describe the perpetrator’s characteristics (hair color, race, height, weight, clothing and any markings (such as moles, tattoos, etc.)
- Be prepared to explain how the incident occurred.
RAINN (Rape, Abuse, and Incest, National Network) Hotline
Alternatives to Domestic Violence
24-Hour Crisis Line (800)339-7233
On Campus Tips
- Be aware of your surroundings at all times.
- Avoid and use caution when walking through parking lots.
- Keep personal belongings in view while in class.
- Learn self-defense techniques by enrolling in classes.
- Lock your vehicle.
- Park in a well-lit area.
- Lock Valuables.
- Keeps Record of your VIN and car registration information.
- Sleep safely in a locked room or apartment.
- Report defective locks to your landlord.
- After losing a key, have your locks changed.
Any emergency or criminal action must be immediately reported to the Chief Operations Officer or Dean/CAO. You must contact local authorities through 9-11. To ensure prompt and accurate record keeping, criminal activity must be documented as quickly as possible on the campus Incident log maintained by the School Director. In the event of campus disciplinary action in cases of alleged sex offenses, perpetrator will be information of the outcome of any institutional disciplinary proceeding brought alleging a sex offense. Any perpetrator who is found guilty will be dismissed from CMU.
On September 17, 1787, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention met to sign the United States Constitution and presented it to the American public.
In 2006, President Bush signed Public Law 108-447 designating September 17th as Constitution Day.
Constitution Day became the goal of Louise Leigh (former Outreach Director for the California Bicentennial Commission) after she “realized how little most Americans knew about the Constitution.” In 1997, she founded an organization and movement to organize Constitution Day celebrations throughout the country.
Completion, Graduation & Placement Rates
Click here and go to the section labeled BPPE Annual Reports and Records on the bottom right hand corner of the page.
In compliance with the requirements of the U.S. Department of Education California Miramar University provides the following information on registering to vote. This information applies only to California Miramar University students who are citizens of the United States. Voter registration forms are located on the United States Election Assistance Commission (EAC) website.
The National Voter Registration Form can be used to register U.S. citizens to vote, to update registration information due to a change of name, make a change of address, or to register with a political party. The form contains voter registration rules and regulations for each state and territory. You must follow the state specific instructions listed for your state which begins on page three of the form. After completing the form, you must sign your name as indicated and mail the form to your state or local office. North Dakota, Wyoming and U.S. territories (Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa and Guam) do not accept the National Voter Registration Form. New Hampshire accepts the form only as a request for an absentee ballot.
For additional information, you may call the EAC at 866-747-1431.
You may also contact the EAC at the following address:
U.S. Election Assistance Commission
1335 East West Highway
Silver Spring, MD 20910
California Miramar University does not endorse any political party or candidate for political office.
Accreditation and Approvals
As of December 12, 2016 ACICS is no longer recognized by the United States Department of Education (DoE). The United States Department of Education (DoE) has granted CMU-18 months of Accreditation from December 12, 2016 (until May 12, 2018), to gain new accreditation with an accrediting agency recognized by the DoE. If CMU does not obtain accreditation by May 12, 2018, the University would no longer be eligible to receive Title IV, HEA program funds. CMU is on track to gain recognized DoE accreditation by December, 2017.
Any CMU student who has a complaint relating to Title IV eligibility or administration, the quality of education received at CMU, or otherwise relating to the accreditation standards of Accrediting Council of Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), can submit that complaint to any of the following: CMU at [email protected]; The California Bureau of Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE) at http://www.bppe.ca.gov/enforcement/complaint.shtml; The California Office of Attorney General at https://oag.ca.gov/contact/consumer-complaint-against-business-or-company or to the United States Department of Education at https://answers.ed.gov/link/portal/28022/28025/Article/1013/Complaint-against-a-school.
Notice Concerning Transferability Of Credits And Credentials Earned At Our Institution
The transferability of credits the student earns at California Miramar University is at the complete discretion of an institution to which he or she may seek to transfer. Acceptance of the degree, diploma, or certificate the student earns in all of our degree, diploma and certificate programs are also at the complete discretion of the institution to which you may seek to transfer. If the credits or degree, diploma, or certificate that the student earns at this institution are not accepted at the institution to which the student seeks to transfer, the student may be required to repeat some or all of the coursework at that institution. For this reason, the student should make certain that your attendance at this institution will meet your educational goals. This may include contacting an institution to which the student may seek to transfer after attending California Miramar University to determine if the credits or degree, diploma or certificate will transfer.
California Miramar University is committed to equal opportunity in educational programs, employment and access to institutional programs and activities.
The University, and each individual who represents the University, shall provide access to its services, classes and programs without regard to age, race, religion, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, disability, gender, marital status, or sexual orientation.
Students can present complaints regarding alleged violations of this policy to the Director of Human Resources at (858) 653-3000 x12.
Admissions at California Miramar University are granted without regard to race, color, national and ethnic origin, religion, or gender. All rights, privileges, programs and activities are accorded all students on an equal basis. The University is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer.
Associate of Science in Business Administration
Accounts receivable coordinator
Business services manager
Computing business coordinator
Insurance sales agent
Appraisers and assessors of real estate
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Business Teachers, Postsecondary
General and Operations Managers
Administrative Services Managers
Industrial Production Managers
Social and Community Service Managers
Master of Business Administration
Medical Practice Manager
Health Informatics Manager
Computer Systems Analyst
Management Information Systems Director
Computer Software Engineer
Market Research Analyst
International Financial Management
International Marketing Manager
Account Manager, Advertiser
Internal Revenue Officer
Labor Relations Specialist
Market Research Analyst
Bank Officer, Operations And Lending
Public Relations Representative
Human Resources Management
Master of Science in Strategic Leadership
Chief Executive Officer
Organizational Change Consultant
Human Resource Manager
Training and Development Manager
Labor Relations Manager
Industrial Production Manager
Medical & Health Services Manager
Social & Community Service Manager
Special Events Coordinator
Educational Administrative Coordinator
Master of Science in Computer Information Systems
Application Development Director
Computing Services Director
Data Processing Manager
Information Systems Director (IS Director)
Information Systems Manager (IS Manager)
Information Systems Supervisor (IS Supervisor)
Information Technology Director (IT Director)
Information Technology Manager (IT Manager)
MIS Director (Management Information Systems Director)
Technical Services Manager
Doctor of Business Administration
Human Resources Director
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Operational Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Business Operation Specialist