Monday, October 19, 2015

You May Have Already Started an Online Degree in Music

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You May Have Already Started an
Online Bachelor's Degree

Applications are open for Berklee Online's Bachelor of Professional Studies degree program. Our degree students often find they've gotten a headstart on their program thanks to previous coursework or relevant work experience. Find out how you may be closer to earning your degree than you think!

Transfer Credits

Transfer Credits
We will accept as many of your applicable transfer credits as possible. As many as 60 credits and/or a completed Associate's Degree can be accepted as transfer credits from a regionally accredited institution.
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Experiential Credit

Experiential Credit
You already have considerable previous experience at work or school. If this experience is in your field of study, you may be able to earn up to 30 prior learning credits for your degree.
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Are You A Former Berklee Student?
If you left the Boston campus before completing your bachelor's degree, you may be eligible to finish your degree online through directed study, online courses, or a combination of both.
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Take an Online Course

Take Online Courses Now
Get a jumpstart on your degree by taking online courses now. These credits can be transferred into our degree program.
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Receive an Admissions Decision Within Two Weeks

Applications are now open for our January and April terms.
Final application deadline for January 2016 admission is November 16, 2015.

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