Accredited Life Experience Degree

Why you should be wary of life experience universities

If you're looking for an Accredited Life Experience Degree, chances are you are not going to find one.

The problem is, there is no such thing as earning a legitimate college or university degree simply based on life experiences. And further, no legitimate accreditation organization would certify such a school.

By now you've probably seen life experience universities all over the internet, usually promising diplomas within days or weeks.

They offer you bachelors, certificates, MBAs and other university degrees for prior life experience, without any classes or examinations.

Some of these "degree mills" as they're referred to claim to offer accredited life experience degrees and certification, and will reference some unrecognizable, and oftentimes nonexistent, accreditation organization.

Do not fall for these scams!

There is no such thing as an accredited life experience degree, at least one that will be recognized by a potential employer, or by another school you might want to transfer credits to.

These degrees are just pieces of paper, and a complete waste of money. You are much better off getting your education from a legitimate accredited institution.

United States colleges & universities are accredited by one of 19 recognized accreditors, approved by either the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the United States Department of Education (USDE).

We've checked dozens of so called life experience universities, and none of them were accredited by the recognized institutions.

College degrees for life experience are not true degrees, so don't make the mistake of paying for one!

If you are interested in a legitimate degree from an accredited institution, choose from the degrees on the left or visit our home page.

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