What are the differences between a special session program and a regular session program?

A regular session program is funded by the State of California and a special session class is funded by student tuition. Thus, for a regular session program, the State of California will carry partial tuition of a student with the status of California resident. However, all students taking a special session class will pay the same tuition. A student will receive exactly the same degree within a program, whether it is offered through a regular session or a special session.

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