Welcome CFTACS Students
Accelerate your path to a degree using your Center for Financial Training Atlantic & Central States (CFTACS) training and Thomas Edison State College credit options.
Thomas Edison State College offers Online and Guided Study courses, Prior Learning Assessment, Testing and a liberal credit-transfer policy that honors your previous CFTAS training. The College Accelerated Program (CAP) offers employees in the financial services industry the ability to achieve degree status through college credit recommendations approved by the American Council on Education (ACE). An ACE sponsor for more than 20 years, CAP enables banking students to transfer more than 30 credits toward completion of an Associate in Business Administration degree and up to 51 credits toward a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree in Finance or General Management at Thomas Edison State College.
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You deserve credit for what you already know.
Thomas Edison State College is a national leader in assessing and awarding credit for college-level learning acquired outside the classroom.
You deserve an affordable education.
Thomas Edison State College offers one of the best values in higher education anywhere in the world.
This is for you.
- The College has built its entire academic program around the unique needs of adult learners, removing the barriers that limit many excellent undergraduate and graduate school candidates who juggle family and career responsibilities.
- Thomas Edison State College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (267-284-5000).
Thomas Edison State College offers flexible course delivery options that best fit your learning style. In addition to taking classes online or through Guided Study, students may complete courses by taking and passing standardized examinations or use Web-based assessments designed to help them master a course. Credit may also be earned through college-level learning acquired outside the classroom or by transferring credit earned from other regionally accredited colleges or universities.
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