For example, graduate schools accept vouchers for graduate courses. Most schools will not allow students to register for graduate courses unless they already possess a bachelor’s degree.
Undergraduate schools accept vouchers for undergraduate credit courses. Undergraduate credit courses are offered at community colleges and universities where college credit is awarded upon course completion. Students taking undergraduate credit courses must usually possess a high school diploma or GED and are often taking courses to obtain an associate’s or bachelor’s degree.
Non-credit schools accept vouchers for non-credit courses. Non-credit courses are generally offered at BOCES or college continuing education departments. Non-credit courses do not award college credits, but sometimes award continuing education units (CEUs).
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