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Brandman...Earn your Master's in only 7 classes. - blaqberry - 10-05-2016

Brandman University offers a MA in Organizational Leadership. In which, Commissioned Officers, Senior Non-Commissioned/Petty Officers and Warrant Officers who are CWO2 or above can transfer 15 credits towards their MA.

https://www.brandman.edu/military


Brandman...Earn your Master's in only 7 classes. - TinHead - 10-05-2016

EDIT: Wrong thread


Brandman...Earn your Master's in only 7 classes. - morig - 05-02-2017

I'm going to keep this on mind if I ever advance more and complete my TESU BSBA Gen management.
Will post results.
https://www.brandman.edu/business-professional-studies/ma-organizational-leadership


Brandman...Earn your Master's in only 7 classes. - tsimmns - 05-03-2017

Where do you get the 15 credits to transfer in is what I'm wondering?


Brandman...Earn your Master's in only 7 classes. - dfrecore - 05-03-2017

tsimmns Wrote:Where do you get the 15 credits to transfer in is what I'm wondering?

I was wondering that too. Is it just the fact that you're in the military at a certain level that they "give" you 15 graduate-level credits? I'm really not understanding where these credits come from if not that?


Brandman...Earn your Master's in only 7 classes. - sanantone - 05-04-2017

I don't know if this is their intention, but some military training is ACE-evaluated at the graduate level. There used to be a couple of Air Force programs evaluated as being worth over 20 graduate credits.


Brandman...Earn your Master's in only 7 classes. - tsimmns - 05-04-2017

That's correct, but I'm like dfrecore in wondering if being of these ranks automatically means you transfer in 15 ACE approved credits only leaving the 7 classes left that they mention. I don't have my Bachelors yet and am not a Senior NCO yet, but this could be a great program to loook into down the road.


Brandman...Earn your Master's in only 7 classes. - theonlyski - 05-04-2017

tsimmns Wrote:That's correct, but I'm like dfrecore in wondering if being of these ranks automatically means you transfer in 15 ACE approved credits only leaving the 7 classes left that they mention. I don't have my Bachelors yet and am not a Senior NCO yet, but this could be a great program to loook into down the road.

From what I've seen in other schools, it's not the rank itself, it's the associated schools which are usually a prerequisite for those ranks. In the Army it was schools like BNCOC or ANCOC (now SLC and ALC respectively).

For commissioned, it would probably be something covered in OCS and WOCS for the warrants (though the part about WO2 or higher is kind of weird)


Brandman...Earn your Master's in only 7 classes. - dfrecore - 05-04-2017

theonlyski Wrote:From what I've seen in other schools, it's not the rank itself, it's the associated schools which are usually a prerequisite for those ranks. In the Army it was schools like BNCOC or ANCOC (now SLC and ALC respectively).

For commissioned, it would probably be something covered in OCS and WOCS for the warrants (though the part about WO2 or higher is kind of weird)

I guess that's what I meant - the rank means that you've had some sort of specialized training that they will take into consideration, and automatically waive 5 courses - something along those lines.


Brandman...Earn your Master's in only 7 classes. - sanantone - 05-04-2017

And, some of these schools are ACE-evaluated.