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19

Eye on School Success: Fremont College

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Fremont College is a career education school in Cerritos, California.

The history of Fremont goes back to the founding of Platt College in St. Joseph, Missouri in 1879. Fremont College, the southern California branch campus, was founded in 1986. The main campus of the school is in Cerritos, just southwest of Los Angeles. A second campus is on Wilshire just west of downtown Los Angeles and classes are available online.

Fremont grants bachelor degrees in Healthcare Management and Business Leadership. Associate degrees are given in the Multimedia Design, Healthcare Information Technology, Sports and Rehabilitation Therapy, and Paralegal Studies. Massage Therapy is available as a diploma program.

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