What can I do if my degree is not accredited?
You might want to transfer or get a graduate degree, but if your school is not accredited, you can forget it. Before you start paying, call another college you know for sure is legitimate and ask if they accept transfer credits from your proposed school. Perhaps contact a state school like The University of Michigan.
What happens if a school is not accredited?
When a school loses their accreditation, they will lose out on federal and state funding. In addition, a college or university may not recognize a diploma or credits from an unaccredited high school. Students of these schools will also be ineligible for scholarships when preparing for college.
How can a school without accreditation affect your education?
Without this accreditation, the school to which a student transfers has no way of knowing whether a student’s prior academic work meets certain basic standards. Licensure difficulties. Students who pursue professional licenses may have trouble getting licensed if their degree is from an unaccredited college.
What is EAP approved?
EAP approval gives school credibility. A list of approved schools is made available to public agencies, job seekers, school counselors, and others interested in education and training.
What happens to your degree if college closes?
Your degree will remain valid, as will any credits or credentials you earned during your degree’s completion. If you’ve lost the hard copy of your degree, you should contact your school prior to closure to order a duplicate copy, as this can be an essential form of degree verification in the future.
Does it matter if a school is accredited?
Why Accreditation Matters Accreditation ensures academic quality. The choice to attend an accredited school can impact each student’s ability to receive federal financial aid or transfer credit to a new school. Students should check to make sure their prospective school holds accreditation.
How to apply for an electrical education course?
Fill out the Electrical Education Course Application (F500-068-000) and send it to us with the required fee. Getting a new instructor approved or renewing an existing instructor. Fill out the Electrical Education Instructor Application (F500-090-000) and send it to us with the required fee.
What are the rules for electrical continuing education?
Chapter 296-46B-970 WAC — rule regarding electrical continuing education. Continuing education or basic trainee classroom courses are required for individuals in the electrical industry to maintain their certification. Course providers are required to send course information and instructor qualifications to us for approval.
Can a basic classroom instruction count as continuing education?
Note: If a specialty electrician is also a trainee, basic classroom instruction can only count toward their trainee renewal or their continuing education – it can’t be counted twice.