Transfer Credit Evaluation
All students have the opportunity to have their prior education and experience considered for credit. Cambridge College Global can award up to 90 credits toward an undergraduate degree. Transferred credit reduces the cost and the time it will take to complete your degree.
All students are encouraged to submit transcripts to be evaluated for previously earned credit. This includes military training records. If you are unsure how to retrieve your military training record, please see your Education Services Officer or you can visit the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs at http://www.va.gov/resources/how-do-i-get-college-credits-for-my-military-service/ for instructions.
For Military Servicemembers and Veterans, we have pre-evaluated how much credit you are likely to have based upon your current paygrade and MOS/rating. You can get a preview by using the tool below. Select your branch of service, your job, skill level, and the degree you are considering for a detailed look at how close you may be to reaching your goal.
For more information, ask to speak with a faculty advisor or the academic coordinator of the Cambridge College center you plan to attend, or view our Transfer Credit Policy.
Please review our policy on Approved Courses and Transfer Credit for Military Students to ensure enrollment certification.
Credit for Military Experience
Air Force and the Air National Guard are not listed below because we have a relationship established with the Air Force Community College through GEM Program and the AFCC-ABC Program. If your program of interest is not listed, please contact us for an individual evaluation toward a program of your choice.
This tool does not contain every combination of MOS/rating — paygrade — degree program. If you do not see your combination, please contact 1-800-997-1673 for your personalized evaluation. For any questions, you may also contact our Senior Director of Admissions, John Alonso, at email@example.com.
Select the options below that fit your experience to see how credit may be applied toward your education.