Many corporate universities demonstrate their commitment to learning by offering college credits to their learners. Agencies such as the American Council on Education (ACE) offer companies the opportunity to submit their courses to apply to offer a recommendation for accredited college credits to the participants in approved corporate university courses. ACE offers national recognition of courses through the credit recommendation process.
Delta Airlines is one company that provides the opportunity for credits to its employees. According to Bill Kline, vice president and chief learning officer for Delta Airlines, “Over 80 of our internal corporate and technical courses have been certified for college level credit. Our instructional design philosophy takes into account the rigor and testing requirements to have new courses certified by ACE. We have realized productivity savings and accelerated degree completion through our ACE relationship.”
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