Students who have participated in military service, workplace training programs, apprenticeships, standardized exams, or other types of experiential learning outside the college classroom may receive college credit recommendations or validated competencies through Learning Evaluation.
Using AEC credit recommendations allows students to:
- Receive college credit for professional education and training, including military experiences.
- Save money on college tuition and benefits.
- Qualify for new employment opportunities.
- Simplify and speed up the process of completing a college degree.
The National Guide
The National Guide to College Credit for Workforce Training lists AEC recommendations for courses and exams offered by a variety of corporations, government and nonprofit organizations, and online course providers.
The Military Guide
AEC’s Military Guide lists credit recommendations and detailed summaries for formal courses and occupations offered by all branches of the military. Users can search for courses and occupations in the guide, which is updated daily.
Student Resource Center
The Student Resource Center can answer your questions about using AEC recommendations for military and corporate training, creating and ordering your AEC transcript, and applying recommendations towards college or employment