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"When I began practicing dentistry I was eager to service everyone. After all, that is what doctors do. However, I had no management technology and found myself frustrated and stressed out. I was constantly looking for an answer to improve as a person and improve my practice. After being in the field of dentistry for six years and only getting by with great effort, I was introduced to the Hubbard Management Technology and began to apply it to my practice. I saw results instantly in myself and my practice. My stats sky rocketed."

— Dr. Juan Villareal
Owner of one of the largest dental practices in the US

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Graduation Requirements

Conferring of Degree

The degree is granted from Hubbard College of Administration International upon completion of all requirements. To be eligible for graduation, a student must earn an overall average of 3.33 or better and have passed all courses included in the program of study. A student earning less than a 3.33 quality point average is not eligible for graduation. Students may be required to repeat a course in order to achieve the requirements of graduation.

Specialized Associate Degrees are awarded to students who fulfill all educational, financial, and administrative requirements of the program.

Credit Units

1 Credit Unit at Hubbard College of Administration is equal to:

  • 30 hours of course room theory study
  • 30 hours of course room practical study
  • 30 hours of apprenticeship
  • 30 hours of internship

1 Credit Unit at Hubbard College of Administration is equal to:

  • 1 semester credit unit

This is equivalent to the State regulation that 15 hours of instruction equals 1 credit and the Federal regulation that 30 hours of instruction equals 1 credit.

Graduation Requirements

Associate of Applied Science: Management and Administration

Credits Earned: 60
QPA: 3.33
Awarded: Associate of Applied Science

Conferring of Certificates

The certificate is granted from Hubbard College of Administration International upon completion of all requirements for the certificate. To be eligible for graduation, a student must earn an overall average of 3.33 or better and have passed all courses included in the program of study. A student earning less than a 3.33 grade point average is not eligible for graduation. Students may be required to repeat a course in order to achieve the requirements of graduation. Certificates are awarded to students who fulfill all educational, financial, and administrative requirements of the program.

Continuing Education Units

1 Continuing Education Unit (CEU) at Hubbard College of Administration is equal to:

  • 10 hours of course room theory study
  • 10 hours of course room practical study
  • 10 hours of apprenticeship
  • 10 hours of Final Practical Application


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