For your future, it has to be UMUC.

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You Could Earn up to 90 Credits

for prior learning, military experience, and training

When you want credit for what you already know, the choice is easy—it has to be UMUC. At University of Maryland University College, you could earn up to 90 transfer credits toward your undergraduate degree for prior college coursework, military experience, and training. Our advisors are here to help and can assist you by providing a transfer evaluation before you even apply. Discover all of the ways you may be able to receive credit at UMUC, including

  • Certifications (up to 18 credits)
  • Workplace learning (up to 45 credits)
  • Credit by examination (up to 60 credits)
  • Military experience and training (up to 60+ credits)
  • Community college coursework (up to 70 credits)

and more.

UMUC is the No. 1 transfer choice for Maryland community college students.1 Ready to get started? Complete the form to get more information on our programs or join us at an upcoming event to learn more.

Earn Nearly $1M more over your lifetime with a college degree1


of management jobs require or prefer a bachelor's degree or higher5


of jobs posted online each month require a bachelor's degree or higher6

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Hear how UMUC helped Navy veteran Mike Knutson make a successful transition.

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