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PME2Degree Program Highlights

Purdue Global has a long tradition of supporting those who serve, veterans, and military families. Through our PME2Degree program, which maps military occupations to specific degree programs, the average Purdue Global military graduate is awarded 55% of the credits needed for an associate's and 43% of the credits needed for a bachelor's.

Don’t see your occupation listed above? Your military training may still count toward a Purdue Global degree. All military transcripts will be evaluated for credit awards. Please note the credit awards listed do not include transfer credit from prior institutions, credit by examination, or experiential learning, which may further reduce the number of courses needed for a degree.

Air Force: Purdue Global participates in the General Education Mobile (GEM) program, which helps airmen progress toward an associate’s degree. Our partnership with the Air University Associate-to-Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC) helps shorten the path to a bachelor’s degree.

Army: We have mapped at least one degree option to every occupation and skill level, and have worked with Army University to articulate credit within various centers of excellence.

Coast Guard: All occupations have been evaluated. Learn more about the programs available for Coast Guard servicemembers.

Marines and Navy: Various occupations have been evaluated, and we will review your military transcript for potential credit toward your degree of choice.

Take 3 Weeks and Get to Know Us

Experience a Purdue Global undergraduate program for an introductory 3-week period. There’s no financial obligation beyond the application fee.

How Do I Get Started?

We offer multiple start dates to give you flexibility in your education, life, and work schedules.

Can I Afford This?

Here are some of the ways we can help lower the cost of your tuition and help you graduate sooner.
  • Military Tuition Reduction

    We Offer an Affordable Education for Military Students

    For undergraduate programs, tuition is reduced 55% per credit for current servicemembers and 38% per credit for veterans. Tuition reductions are also available for graduate programs and military spouses.

    Tuition Savings for Military

  • Financial Aid

    Learn How to Apply For and Receive Financial Aid

    Title IV federal financial aid is available for many of our degree programs. Get answers to common financial aid questions, learn about federal student aid, and get the facts about military Shopping Sheets.

    Financial Aid FAQ

  • Transfer Credits

    Finish What You Started

    Earn credit for prior coursework completed at eligible institutions, including community colleges.

    Save Time and Money on Your Degree

  • Prior Work Experience

    Leverage Your Skills to Earn Your Degree Faster

    Discover pathways to earn undergraduate credit for your life and professional career experiences.

    Your Experience Counts

  • Prior Military Experience

    Graduate Sooner With Your Military Experience

    We offer college-level credit for ACE-evaluated military training and CLEP and DANTES examinations.

    Credit for Military Training


*The 6-course determination is specific to Army soldiers and is based on the transfer of 63 quarter credit hours toward the 90-credit AAS in Small Group Management. Coursework reduction reflects an educational mapping based on the completion of enlisted professional military education, credit for occupation duties, and credit for additional sources of prior learning (such as functional training, CLEP/DSST exams, and other college credit). Credit awards will vary based on occupation, skill level, completed military courses as listed on your official Joint Service Transcript(s), and applicable prior learning that can apply toward degree requirements. Purdue Global does not guarantee transferability of credit from any of these sources. All credits must be validated on official transcript(s) to be eligible for transfer.

Source: Purdue Global Office of Reporting and Analysis, August 2019. 2018–2019 academic year. Credit earned in an associate’s degree program through Purdue Global applied earlier as part of a pool of prior degree credit is not included in this calculation. The actual percentage may be slightly higher for students enrolled in bachelor’s degree programs. Individual experiences will vary. Purdue Global does not guarantee transferability of credit from any of these sources. See University Catalog for Prior Learning Assessment policy. Speak to an Admissions Advisor to find out how many credits may be eligible to transfer.