21. A college may grant an exemption from a course if the college considers that the student will not be able to attain the objectives of the course or to avoid causing serious detriment to the student. The exemption does not entitle a student to the credits attached to the course, which does not have to be replaced by another course.
O.C. 1006-93, s. 21; O.C. 724-2008, s. 13.