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CERTIFICATE AND DIPLOMA PROGRAMS
There is no prior academic requirement for entry into a Certificate or Diploma Program except for a willingness to learn and the ability to read and write.

ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS
For admission into the Associate Degree program, a candidate is required to have a high school diploma, a GED, or equivalent, or at the the discretion of the NCIBC.

BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS
To enroll in the Bachelors Degree program, an Associates Degree, the completion of sixty (60) credits, or its equivalent is required.

MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMS
Entrance into the Masters Degree program required a Bachelors Degree, the completion of 120 credits or its equivalent.

DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAMS
For admission into the Doctoral Degree program, a candidate must have a Masters degree, the completion of 30 graduate level credits or its equivalent.



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If you would like to use a degree provided by the NCIBC at another education institution, or for licensing or credentialing, or for advancement at your place of employment, we recommend that you contact that school, organization, agency, entity, etc., to confirm if a degree from the NCIBC is acceptable.
This should be done before enrolling in any degree program.