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Can I get college credit for my Microsoft Office Specialist certifications?

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Q. Can I get college credit for my Microsoft Office Specialist certifications?

A. That depends upon the institution. The first step is to have your certifications validated by the American Council on Edu­­cation (ACE). Visit http:// ACEnet.edu and submit your credentials for course review. ACE provides course equivalency for the exam you passed.

You will likely need to log into Certi­­port for your MOS certification numbers and exam numbers. These are entered into ACE’s website and evaluated separately. You will receive an email back after a few days for each certification; not all exams will necessarily qualify for credit.

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Brandyn Bolte January 3, 2014 at 12:00 pm

It also depends on where you are going to be transferring your credits to. If you are transferring to University of Phoenix, they are going to probably be more likely to accept the credits than Stanford, who typically doesn’t even accept those types of transfer credits.


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