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With St. Andrews' study abroad programs, you can live in a 14th Century castle in the Italian Alps, attend the University of Cuenca in Ecuador, experience Chinese language and culture at Capital Normal University in Beijing, China, as well as many other opportunities.

Military Opportunities - Why St. Andrews?

The St. Andrews Center for Adult and Professional Studies offers you...

  • Courses which can be taken from the comfort of your barracks, ship or home -- anywhere in the world.
  • The ability to earn college credit and even complete degrees without setting foot in a traditional classroom.
  • Alternative methods of earning college credit that are sensitive to your experiences and the learning you gained while being part of the military.
  • Programs that are valid, relevant and accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
  • Financial aid availability.
  • Counselors who can assist you with your application and faculty who will assist you with academic advising.
  • An on-campus tutoring center you can call for assistance with your coursework.
  • On-line access to library resources with assistance available through our own resource librarian for off campus and distance learners.

Advantages of choosing St. Andrews

  • Regional Accreditation
  • NCA
  • SOC Institutional Member
  • CONAP participant
  • Yellow Ribbon participant
  • Flexible methods of earning college credit
  • ACE credit accepted
  • ETS testing - CLEP & DANTES
  • Challenge Examinations
  • Experiential Learning Credit
  • Distance Education Program option
  • Individualized Study
  • On-line courses
  • Cohort groups



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