Tony reminds us that both students and Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCPs) are eligible to earn college credit with a Microsoft Certification. In short, approved certifications can be applied for up to six semester hours of college credit in either a bachelor degree or associate degree in computer applications, information technology, or computer information systems. In order for you to qualify for the credit(s), you must have passed a select Microsoft Certification within the last three years.
The American Council on Education (ACE) is the governing body that has made this possible. ACE maintains a network of more than 1,500 cooperating, accredited colleges and universities. This list consists of all accredited colleges and universities that have agreed to consider ACE college-credit.
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