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Military Credits

Based on the number of months of active duty military service, students may receive three to twelve hours of academic credit from the departments of Physical Education and Military Science and Leadership.

Students should submit a copy of their DD214 to the Office of the University Registrar so that the number of months for active duty may be determined.  Upon review, students may receive hours of credit for MLSL 101 (2), 102 (2), 202 (3), and PYED LD (5).  Credit is not awarded if the student already has transfer credit for MLSL 101, 102, or 202 or through UT registration.

In addition to the credit described above, academic credit can be awarded for credit earned at military service schools.  To receive course credits, students should provide to the Office of the University Registrar an official transcript from the Community College of the Air Force or their Joint Services Transcript (JST).  Credit is awarded following the American Council on Education (ACE) recommendation guidelines for military course completions.

UT awards LD (lower division) / UD (upper division) credit for courses in the lower/upper level category. LD/UD credits are normally acceptable as general elective course credit; however, students should contact their college’s advising center or major adviser to determine if the LD/UD credit will satisfy specific degree requirements.  UT does not award credit for the vocational/graduate level category.

Students who want to use proficiency or other examinations to earn credit for work or material mastered through non-credit courses or experiences should contact the dean of the college that offers the course for which credit is sought.

For questions concerning your credit evaluation, please contact the Office of the University Registrar at 865-946-3864 or utktransfereval@utk.edu. Additional information is available at http://registrar.tennessee.edu/transfer/mil-policy.shtml.

For questions about how military or other prior learning credit(s) could affect your financial aid, contact One Stop Express Student Services at 865-974-1111 or onestop@utk.edu.

 

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