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Below are the Universities and Colleges that have partnered with CDET, to provide graduate-level credits to the students that graduated from the CDET distance education program (DEP). You will find specific details on the credit amounts and programs each school is providing in the descriptions below.

As a student nears the completion of their DEP, reaching out to the schools is highly encouraged. The contact information for each school can be found in the descriptions below.

Student transcripts can be obtained Here via MarineNet.

CREDITS FOR OFFICER PME DEPS

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American University will grant 6 graduate-level credits toward a Masters of International Service degree in one of a wide variety of specialties to graduates of CSCDEP. This program is intended for executive students, and can be completed in-residence or entirely online.

For additional information, please visit the American University Master of International Services page or contact the Program Director at: (202) 885-6728

Auburn University will grant 6 graduate-level credits toward a Master of Education degree in Adult Education to graduates of CSCDEP.

For additional information, please visit Auburn University's Adult Education page or contact the Adult Education Program Coordinator at: (334) 844-3054.

The Florida Institute of Technology will grant 6 graduate-level credits toward a Master of Management Studies to graduates of CSCDEP.

For additional information, please visit the Florida Institute of Technologies Military and Veterans Resource page or contact the Military Affairs Coordinator at: (800) 666-4348.

Indiana University will grant 12 graduate-level credits toward a Master of Public Affairs degree and 6 credits toward a certificate in Public Management to graduates of CSCDEP.

For additional information, please visit Indiana University's O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs Military and Veteran Benefits page or contact the O'Neill School at: (800) 765-7755.

Marshall University will grant 12 graduate-level credits toward a Master of Leadership Studies degree to graduates of CSCDEP.

For additional information, please visit the Marshall University Master's Degree in Leadership Studies page or contact the Professor & Faculty Advisor at: (800) 642-9842 ext. 62514.

New England College will grant 4-6 graduate-level credits toward a Master of Arts in International Relations, a Master of Arts in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, or a Master of Business Administration in Strategic Leadership to graduates of EWSDEP and an additional 12-14 to graduates of CSCDEP.

For additional information, please visit the New England College CDET Partner Programs page or contact Graduate Admissions at: (603) 428-2252.

State University of New York Maritime College (SUNYMC) will grant 9 graduate-level credits towards a Master of Science degree in International Transportation Management to graduates of CSCDEP

For additional information, visit the SUNYMC Graduate Admissions page or contact Graduate Admissions at: (718) 409-7221.

The University of Kansas will grant 9 graduate-level credits toward a Master of Science degree in Project Management to graduates of CSCDEP.

For additional information, please visit the University of Kansas Project Management page or contact the Academic Advisor at (913) 897-8635.

The University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC) will grant 15 graduate-level credits toward a Master of Science degree in Management (MSM) with a specialization in Marine Corps Operations to graduates of CSCDEP.

UMCG also offers a Master of Business Administration degree (MBA) that can be earned as the second of a dual degree (MSM & MBA) by completing three additional courses.

For additional information, please visit the UMCG Online Management Master's Degree: Marine Corps Operations page  or contact Military Advising at (877) 275-8682.

The University of Oklahoma will grant 15 graduate-level credits toward a Master of Arts degree in Administrative Leadership to graduates of CSCDEP.

For additional information, please visit the University of Oklahoma Graduate Military Student Information page or contact the Military Compliance Coordinator,Mr. Russ Tresner, at: (405) 325-1250

Webster University will grant 9-12 graduate-level credits toward a Master of Business Administration and toward Master of Arts degrees in these specialties: Human Resources Management, Management and Leadership, and International Relations to graduates of CSCDEP.

Webster University will also grant 9-12 graduate-level credits toward a variety of degrees for graduates of EWSDEP who have not completed CSCDEP.

For additional information, please visit the Webster University Command and Staff College Distance Education Programs page or contact the Office of Military Affairs at: (314) 264-8387

CREDITS FOR ECDEP SEMINAR PROGRAMS

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New England College will grant up to 42 bachelor's degree credits toward a Batchelor of Arts in International Relations and Diplomacy or a Bachelor of Arts in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness to graduates of ECDEP seminar programs

For additional information, please visit the New England College CDET Partner Programs page or contact Graduate Admissions at: (603) 428-2252.

For the completion of the Career School Seminar Program, ACE recommends 3 upper-division bachelor's degree credits in Business Communications and 3 in Leadership and Ethics.

CREDITS FOR ECDEP MARINENET CURRICULUMS

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For the combined completion of both the Leading Marines DEP and the Corporals Course DEP, ACE recommends 3 lower-division bachelor's or associate degree credits.

For the completion of the Sergeants Course DEP, ACE recommends 3 lower-division bachelor's or associate degree credits in Principles of Supervision.

For the completion of the Career Course DEP, ACE recommends 3 lower-division bachelor's or associate degree credits in Introduction to Management.

For the completion of the Advanced Course DEP, ACE recommends 3 upper-division bachelor's degree credits in Operational Management.

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