Will these courses transfer as college credit?
No. Sorry, continuing education courses on UniversalClass™ will not transfer as college credit. You'll need to enroll into an accredited college or university and pay normal tuition in order to have college transfer credit, and even so, it is ultimately up to the receiving institution's college admissions and/or advisor on whether or not any course anywhere will transfer as college credit.

Universal Class, Inc. is an approved International Association for Continuing Education And Training (IACET) Authorized Provider. IACET is the premier standards-setting organization for continuing education and training. IACET Authorized Providers are an elite group of educators dedicated to quality in continuing education and training. Consumers trust the IACET continuing education unit (CEU) because they know that the Authorized Providers’ processes must follow the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/IACET 1-2007 Standard for Continuing Education and Training and have been thoroughly assessed by a third party.

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1. Will these courses transfer as college credit?
2. Will these courses give me a diploma, degree, or a license?
3. Is this course recognized by my state or country?
4. What are CEUs?
5. Is Universal Class an approved IACET Authorized Provider?
6. Is there an instructor available to answer questions?
7. How many hours will it take to complete a course?
8. How long do I have to complete a course?
9. What happens if I need more time to complete a course?
10. Do I need to buy any textbooks?
11. Do you have a demo class I can try?
12. What are the technical requirements?
13. What does it mean by instructor-led?
14. When does a class start and end?
15. I just enrolled in a class, now what do I do?
16. Can I email the instructor my questions?
17. How do I submit assignments?
18. Do I get a grade for the course?
19. When do test score data become available?
20. How do I stop receiving the emails when I leave a class?
21. When will my CEUs be available?
22. How long are student records maintained?
23. What does self-paced mean?