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CDET Partner Program

Military Home Application Requirements

military-friendly-school Through New England College’s partnership with Marine Corps University: College of Distance Education and Training (CDET), prospective students may transfer credits earned in military training and apply those credits towards an MBA in Strategic Leadership (MBA SL), Master of Arts in International Relations (MAIR), Master of Arts in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (MAHSEP), as well as 4 different Bachelor degree programs in International Relations and Diplomacy (AAIRD and BAIRD), and Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (AAHSEP and BAHSEP).

Marine Corps University Students Benefit From

  • Significant Command and Staff College (CSC) and Expeditionary Warfare School (EWS) credit acceptance enables the fastest path to degree completion
  • Credit towards undergraduate degrees for EPME
  • Special tuition pricing
  • Elimination of out of pocket costs for qualified CDET students
  • Relevant degree paths to help with career advancement

CDET Degree Programs

Total Required Credits & Courses
Transferable Credits – CSC Training
Transferable Credits – EWS Training
Transferable Credits – EPME Training
Potential Remaining Required Credits & Courses
Master of Arts in International Relations (MAIR)
36 Credits
9 Courses
14
6
0
16 Credits
4 Courses
Master of Arts in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (MAHSEP)
36 Credits
9 Courses
12
4
0
20 Credits
5 Courses
MBA in Strategic Leadership (MBA SL)
40 Credits
10 Courses
14
6
0
20 Credits
5 Courses
Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Diplomacy (BAIRD)
120 Credits
30 Courses
12
4
8
96 Credits
24 Courses
Bachelor of Arts in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (BAHSEP)
120 Credits
30 Courses
12
4
8
96 Credits
24 Courses

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Please call your New England College (NEC) POC, France Miserere at 603.428.2333 to discuss your specific transcripts. You may be eligible to receive academic credits towards your degree.

Degree Programs

Your New England College POC

France Miserere, Graduate Admission Counselor
School of Graduate and Professional Studies
603.428.2333
tmiserere@nec.edu