50th Anniversary

Credentialing

Credentialing is the process of awarding academic credit for courses, trainings, workshops, and/or examinations taken outside accredited college programs. Successful completion of this learning results in a credential, which may be in the form of a certificate, transcript, or license.

Course credit is determined by faculty review, or based on nationally recognized credit recommendations from the American Council on Education. Examples of the types of courses or trainings that might receive credit include: EMT Basic, A+, Net +, MSCE certification, business-related seminars and workshops, certain types of military training, and Massachusetts Firefighting Academy certifications.

Cost:

  • $50/credit: Transcription Notation – Pass
  • $10/credit: Military Credentialing

Not available to criminal justice students due to a mandate from the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education.