Servicemember's Guide to a College Degree

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Stackpole Books, 2002 - Education - 231 pages
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  • The complete guide on how to obtain a college degree while in the service
  • Loads of tips on how to be academically successful

This one guide contains the four military services's civilian education programs-how the system works, how to apply, how to take examinations for advanced credit, and how to get academic credit for military service. Additionally, it has information on educational goal setting; developing an educational program; lists of accredited colleges that accept active-duty servicemembers; how to use education centers, the Internet, and other online courses for distance learning; and complete lists of websites and addresses.

 

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Contents

Preface
Educational Opportunities and Resources
Army University Access Online Program eArmyU
College Credit for Navy and Marine Corps Experience SMART
Navy College Program
Marine Corps Lifelong Learning
Community College of the Air Force Experience
More on College Credit for Military Experience
Excelsior College
Thomas Edison State College
Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges
College via the Internet
Service Educational Benefits and Programs
Fraudulent Schools The Importance of Accreditation
Final Tips
Abbreviations

College Credit by Examination
DANTES Distance Learning Programs
About the Author
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Larry J. Anderson earned two college degrees through this program. He continues to write and counsel, and currently resides in Gambrills, Maryland.

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