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Our Faculty is Here for Your Success
Faculty members hold advanced degrees, as well as professional positions in their fields of expertise, so they can provide students with the most current information and practices in their subject areas. Our faculty use teaching approaches that combine leading-edge theory, with real-world practicality, to provide a degree that works for you now, and in the future. Faculty members are committed to helping you achieve your educational objectives. They evaluate your work/life performance to judge your participation in each course. Faculty participate in ongoing training, which includes not only how to use the technology involved in distance education, but also how to moderate a distance course effectively.

Completing Course Work Requirements
Utilizing any of the following methods or an acceptable combination may complete required course work:

LIFE AND WORK EXPERIENCE-(Challenge) Granting of University level credit for life and work experience simply means that the sum of your life experience is evaluated, and credits are granted for each course based on those things that you have already learned or experienced. The primary source of credit for many candidates is work, occupation or professional activities (past and present).

CREDIT TRANSFER-Course work requirements may be satisfied by transferring previously earned academic credit.

CURRICULUM STUDY-Use of traditional study guide, text, or other requirements, not satisfied through any other means.

Credit by Examination
Students may receive credit by examination through one of the following means:
American College Testing (ACT)
Proficiency Examination Program (PEP)
College Entrance Examination Board Advanced Placement Examinations (AP)
Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES)
The College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
United States Armed Forces Institute (USAFI)

Credit May be Given For:

Military Service Courses:
The University utilizes the four volume guide to the Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services, published by the American Council on Education, for determining credit for military courses.

Non-Collegiate Sponsored Instruction:
The National Guide to Educational Credit for Training Programs published by the American Council on Education, is used to determine credit for prior learning.

Professional Licensing Preparation Courses:
Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Independent Study/Correspondence Courses, Internships, Seminars and Telecourses (degree related).

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