Academic Partners

 Partners 

 Colleges and Universities Accepting CIC Credits:

As part of a regionally accredited institution, other colleges and universities may accept CIC courses for transfer credit purposes, and CIC has developed specific academic partnerships with regionally accredited universities whose degrees align well with our academic vision and educational programming. 

Graduates from our certificate programs can apply to several partner institutions for completion of a master’s or doctoral degree program.  Academic partners generally accept 9-12 graduate semester credits dependent on the certificate program, and the number of courses completed with CIC. 

We have over 30 partner institutions. Many partners provide full-time, part-time, and/or online learning opportunities. Several CIC partner universities updated their agreements over the previous year to include new degrees and acceptance of additional NDU CIC certificates. 

List of Academic Partners

Auburn (AL)

Cal State San Bernardino (CA)

Capitol Technology University (MD)

Central Michigan University (MI) 

East Carolina University (NC)

Florida Institute of Technology (FL)

Fort Hayes State University (KS)

George Mason University (VA)

Global IA Certification (GIAC)

James Madison University (VA)

Johns Hopkins University (MD)

Missouri Univ. of Science and Technology (MO)

New Jersey City University (NJ)

New Mexico Tech (NM)

Northeastern University (MA)

Nova Southeastern University (FL)

 

Pace University (NY)

Regis University (CO)

San Diego State University (CA)

SANS Illinois Institute of Technology (IL)

Southern Methodist University (TX)

Syracuse University (NY and DC)

University of Arkansas at Little Rock (AR)

University of Detroit Mercy (MI)

University of Illinois at Springfield (IL)

University of MD Baltimore County (MD)

University of MD Global Campus (MD)

University of Nebraska at Omaha (NE)

University of North Carolina at Charlotte (NC)

University of Texas at San Antonio (TX) 

University of Tulsa (OK)

University of Washington (WA)

Walsh College (MI)