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CTU MOS Commitment
CTU understands that your military occupational specialty code (MOS) doesn’t just identify a job code but the level of skill and experience a military service member has gained while serving in the military.
The CTU MOS Commitment provides members of the military with a personalized and comprehensive review of all eligible credit which includes the JST, all MOS codes held, any prior education and professional training or certifications. By including the MOS in this review, military members may be eligible to receive more credit* towards a degree and potentially earn a degree in less time.
CTU has already calculated transfer credit for the ten most frequently assigned MOS codes to make the review process as quick and seamless as possible.
CTU Degree Program Areas of Study
Business & Management: Associate, Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral
Engineering & Computer Science: Associate, Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral
Information Systems & Technology: Associate, Bachelor’s, Master’s
Nursing: Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral
Project Management: Bachelor’s
Security Studies & Criminal Justice: Bachelor’s and Master’s
What You Need to Know
Whether you’re enrolled in an Associate, Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctoral program, you’re eligible to have your prior learning assessed. You’ll be contacted by our Prior Learning Assessment Department who will provide you with all of the options that are available to you. This team will evaluate all official documentation to ensure established Prior Learning Assessment criteria and guidelines for transfer credit are met before granting credit.
Additional Ways to Earn Credit
In addition to credit* earned at accredited postsecondary institutions, the following options are eligible for evaluation toward academic credit through CTU:
- CTU Fast Track™
- Experiential Learning Portfolio (ELP)
- Military Credit for training or Military Occupational Specialty
- Professional Training/Certifications
- Standardized Assessment
*Transfer credit is evaluated on an individual basis. Not all credits are eligible to transfer. See the University Catalog for transfer credit policies.