Central Michigan University
Bachelor of Science degree with a major in administration, information technology, integrated leadership studies, psychology, or an option in community development. Bachelor of Applied Arts degree with a major in administration. Bachelor of Science in Education (available only in Lansing and Traverse City, Michigan). Master of Arts degree in Counseling, with concentrations in school counseling or professional counseling. Master of Arts degree in Education with concentrations in adult education, guidance and development, or instruction. Master of Arts degree in Educational Technology (also available online). Master of Arts degree in Reading and Literacy K-12. Master of Arts degree in School Principalship. Master of Public Administration degree with concentrations in Public Management or State and Local Government. Master of Science in Administration degree with concentrations in Acquisitions Administration, General Administration (also available online), Human Resources Administration, Health Services Administration, International Administration (also available online), Information Resource Management (also available online), Leadership or Public Administration. Specialist in Education degree. Doctor of Education degree. Online Master of Arts degree in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Charter School Leadership. Online Master of Business Administration degree with a SAP emphasis. Online Master of Business Administration for the Value Driven Organization. Online Master of Business Administration in Logistics Management. Online Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics. Online Graduate Certificate in SAP. Online Graduate Certificate in Logistics Management. Graduate Certificate programs are also offered in all the Master of Science in Administration degree concentrations. Online Doctor of Health Administration. For more complete information, visit our Web site at www.cmich.edu/offcampus.
- CLEP, ACE's Military Guide, formal noncollegiate course work for which credit recommendations have been established by ACE-CCRS and NCCRS, and individualized assessment of prior learning.
- Undergraduates may receive up to 60 semester hours of Prior Learning Assessment Credit.
- An undergraduate student may apply not more than 94 semester hours of credit from any combination of the following courses: transfer credit, Prior Learning Assessment Credit, CLEP, the University's Credit-by-Examination program, and United States Armed Forces Extended Degree Programs credit.
- For graduate students, at least 50% of the minimum required graduate credit hours for a given masters degree program must be earned at Central Michigan University. Graduates may earn up to 10 hours maximum Prior Learning Assessment Credit. (Note: California State Regulation, CA residents limited to six (6) hours of Prior Learning Credit.)