Other Options for College Credit
What are other ways to earn college credit based on my work or life experience?
National & Local Evaluations of Training
Your professional training might be equivalent to college-level learning. Find out how you can receive credit for workforce training, career and technical education programs and certifications.
Testing out of a course is a good way for you to demonstrate knowledge and that you have a strong command of a particular subject. Find out how you can receive credit by examination.
College Credit for Military Experience
Your military training, even basic training, has probably earned you college credit. Find out how your learning based on training, coursework and occupational specialty can be recognized.
Industry Credentials are a great way to earn credit towards a related degree or certificate program at CNM and will cut your time to graduation significantly! If we haven't already evaluated your credential, you can request an evaluation of it.
CNM faculty develop challenge exams for courses in which there is no equivalent standardized exam already available. Students may also request for an exam to be created, if one does not already exist.
CNM Non-credit to Credit
CNM Ingenuity, Inc. offers non-credit workforce and professional development training to get you trained and into the workforce in a fraction of the time that it takes to earn a certificate or degree. Some of these programs are equivalent to CNM classes and can be translated into credit to help you continue your education.