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UC Davis Extension, the continuing and professional education division of UC Davis, has been an internationally recognized leader in educational outreach for individuals, organizations and communities for more than 50 years. With more than 57,000 annual enrollments in classroom and online university-level courses, UC Davis Extension serves lifelong learners in the growing Sacramento region, all 50 states and nearly 90 countries. UC Davis Extension also operates the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.
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2008-12-17 18:08:51 What exactly is this "extension"? I don't get it. The website was confusing, and the registrar-help (which is horrible) simply referred to it as the extension. Is it in greater Sacramento like the website says? —ThanhVu
2008-12-17 18:20:19 UC Davis Extension focuses on continuing and professional development courses. The courses are typically offered as single classes or they can be taken as a program to receive a certificate in a particular discipline. As their site indicates, classes include such topics as graphic design, project management, brewing and business management. The courses are offered via online or in a classroom setting or in a combination of both. Classes are offered in Sacramento where UCD Extension has classroom facilities. In the distant learning online courses I have taken in Project Management I have had fellow students from around the United Stats as well as from other countries. I would say the extension means extending your education beyond your BA/MA to secure additional training for a specific purpose. —loneshark
2010-11-10 12:55:50 I've received test proctoring services from the UCD-ext for over the last year. Because I am distance learning student, I expect the service to be flexible; often requiring me to make last minute, make-shift changes. Each time I need to reschedule something, or if I even inquire about changing my appointment date/times, I get some of the rudest treatment ever. My exams get scheduled for periods of 2-3 hours, and I tell them I will only be in for the last hour of the exam because that's all the time I need. They tell me that it's fine when I do that, but then they give me so much attitude for it the next time I do so. It really drives me nuts. They told me today to go and seek a new test proctor. If there were any near me, I would have done that a long time ago. Now I guess I'm forced to find a new one because I'm practically being refused service beyond today. I was told that I'm causing them to lose recurrent customers, which makes no sense because I've been a recurrent customer for them for the last year and a half. Paying $20 with each exam I take. I bring them a decent amount of money by taking my exams here, but if this is the treatment I get for it. Forget it! —ThUn