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Transfer Credits

Students who wish to complete a bachelor's degree may have the opportunity to apply college credits toward their degree, provided they were earned at regionally or professionally accredited educational institutions. RMU holds transfer agreements with most two-year educational institutions.

CLEP

The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) is a series of individual tests for various college-level courses. The tests provide the opportunity to gain college credit for knowledge acquired through independent study. If you are interested in taking a CLEP examination, speak with an admissions counselor to make sure you are taking the correct examination in order for credit to be applied toward your degree program.

American Council on Education (ACE)

If you have ever taken courses in the workplace or from training providers, completed a union apprenticeship program, earned a certification or served in the military, you may have earned college credit to apply toward your degree program.

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

If you have extensive knowledge in a subject that is taught at the college level, the Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) process might be right for you. PLA is a flexible, efficient way of earning credits for college-level knowledge you have gained outside the traditional classroom..

One of our experienced admissions counselors can guide you through your options. You may be surprised to see how much credit you've already earned. Find out how to advance your personal and career goals by contacting an Admissions Transfer Counselor today. Call 800-762-0097.

Contact RMU Admissions Office

Wherever you are in your personal journey, RMU can help you take the next step. Call 800-762-0097 or email admissions@rmu.edu today.

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