Credits

At JMWI, we recognize the value of your experience, and so we offer credit for your prior education, work experience, and certifications. See all the ways, beyond coursework, that you can add credits towards your MBA degree.

transfer credit

Finish what you started. Earn your MBA degree at the Jack Welch Management Institute. JWMI accepts transfer credits for up to four classes from other accredited educational institutions. Transfer class eligibility is based on curriculum subject matter and passing grades of B or better.

3 easy steps to transfer credit
Step 1: Complete the Online Application

Begin the transfer process by completing an online application.

Step 2: Request Your Transcripts

Contact your former school and request that an official transcript be sent to JWMI’s Registrar's Office. It can take two to four weeks for us to receive your transcripts, so you should do it as soon as possible.

Step 3: Wait for Approval

JWMI will review your transcript and contact you as soon as possible (usually within 20 days) with a complete list of approved credits. While you wait, connect with your admissions officer to finalize MBA enrollment.

certifications and licenses

Through your professional or personal work, you may have earned a certification or license that can translate into MBA-level credit. Incoming students who are Chartered Financial Analysts (CFAs), Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) or Certified Management Accountant (CMA) might be eligible for transfer credit for the following JWMI courses: Economics (JW515), Financial Management I (JWI530), and Financial Management II (JWI531). To be considered for credit, students must obtain proof that they are current charter-holders in good standing. JWMI will only accept credits for up to four classes in total. Other eligibility criteria may apply. Please speak with an admissions officer for more information.

life credit

Not all learning is classroom-based. Why not take advantage of the on-the-job learning you’ve already mastered?

The Life Credit Portfolio (LCP) provides qualified students who have relevant professional experience with an affordable alternative to taking the full course. Navigate to the Life Credit Portfolio page to better understand how to build your portfolio, or speak with an admissions officer for more information.