To receive graduate credit for courses taken at AFIT, you must first be admitted into the Graduate School (meaning you must first complete AFIT’s standard admittance procedures). Admittance into AFIT requires:
(Even if you don’t want to receive academic credit, you must be admitted before you are allowed to audit courses. With the exception of some distance learning (DL) short courses that are not offered for credit, all DL students must be formally admitted into AFIT).
NOTE: Admission into an AFIT degree program requires that prospective students submit official copies of ALL academic transcripts in conjunction with their application; admission into a certificate program requires that students submit an official copy of transcripts from their degree-granting institution only (although other transcripts that might affect a prospective student’s eligibility may be submitted as well). More information can be obtained by contacting AFIT’s Office of Distance Learning.