By focusing on industry certifications and creating an articulation agreement with Thomas Edison State University (TESU), PC AGE offers a pathway to a career-focused, applied and regionally accredited college degree for its students. Successful PC AGE graduates of the Internetwork Engineering program will be awarded 30 credits toward TESU’s Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Applied Computer Studies. TESU has one of the most flexible transfer credit policies in the country, so PC AGE graduates may also be able to apply credit earned at other regionally accredited colleges and universities toward this degree.
A Cost Effective & Fast College Degree (from TESU)
In general, employers prefer industry certifications for IT jobs and many people working in the IT field do not have a college degree in Computer Science. However, you may have a better chance to get a job or promotion with some employers if you have a college degree in addition to IT certifications. PC AGE unique programs prepare you for basic to advanced industry certifications such as CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+, CySA, Microsoft MCSA, Cisco CCENT and CCNA, and CEH.
By creating a partnership with TESU, we make it easy to transfer your credits and earn your degree too. Contact us today for details about how to earn your college degree that includes high in demand IT certifications and has high earning potential with minimum college debt.
“I was able to transfer 39 college credits to Thomas Edison State University. With those credits, I was able to finish my A.A.S in Computer Studies. I then transferred all 60 credits to Western Governors University (WGU) for a Bachelors degree. I graduated from WGU with my Bachelors of Science in Information Technology achieving my official lifelong dream!”
– PC AGE Graduate