About the UC Degree Completion Program
The UC Degree Completion Program (UCDCP) is a state-funded initiative designed to help Californians who have some college but no degree successfully earn their Bachelor's degree or a professional certificate, and advance their career.
UCDCP is student-centered and customized to each person's individual goals and circumstances. We offer comprehensive support services—from academic advising to free tutoring—that empower working professionals, and unemployed and underemployed adults to address the familial and professional and obligations and financial issues that impede degree completion, transfer eligibility and certificate attainment.
The program is an innovative partnership between UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education and UC Riverside Extension, and in collaboration with degree completion programs at UC Merced and UC Santa Barbara.
About UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education
The UC Degree Completion Program at UC Davis is administered by UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education (CPE), the workforce development arm of the university.
For more than 60 years, CPE has blended the distinctive academic expertise of UC Davis with practical training that immediately improves capability and job performance. This "Career Curriculum" supports working professionals as they refresh and expand job skills over the course of their careers.
With 48,000 annual enrollments in professional, academic and enrichment courses and more than 3 million enrollments on Coursera, CPE serves lifelong learners in the growing Sacramento region, all 50 states and more than 100 countries.