Other Options for College Credit
Industry certifications earned through non-credit courses and state credentialing can create a pathway to additional certificates or a degree. For example, Cisco CCNA, Network +, Microsoft are just a few of the many other certifications that link to a more advanced course of study, saving you time and money toward your degree. By continuing on the pathway to a certificate or degree program, your training responds to the expectation of the workplace. Each achievement in education adds to career advancement and learning potential.
Many industry certifications, professional licensures, apprenticeships, and other local workplace trainings that demonstrate the competencies required for completion of degree or certificate programs have already been evaluated for course equivalency at CNM. If you have a current, verifiable industry credential from the list and it is directly related to your program of study, you may request to earn credit towards your program. If your industry credential is not listed, you can request an evaluation. Please visit the CNM Credit for Industry Credentials website to review the list, request credit, or request an evaluation.