Fall term II classes begin October 26
Did you know you could receive college credit for your professional training?
Recognizing that non-traditional students can bring to their educational process a wealth of college level knowledge gained from experiences and accomplishments outside the normal college setting, Trine University offers students transfer credits toward their degree programs from alternative activities.
Students may be able to earn a maximum of 90 credits toward a Bachelor degree based on previous academic study through transfer credit from other regionally accredited college(s) or university(s), standardized examination programs such as the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), the Defense Activity of Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES) using the credit recommendations of the American Council of Education or examination by an academic department of Trine University.
Students may also use alternative learning sources such as of employment, military, and evaluation of a Prior Learning Portfolio to determine life experience credits.
Learn more today by contacting Keith Gerhart, Enrollment Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-954-1209.
Bachelor Degree programs through the Avon campus include:
Human Resource Management
Criminal Justice with options in:
Design Engineering Technology
Trine University is regionally accredited through the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central
Association of Colleges and Schools.
Member Since: 2018