This academic review was conducted through New Jersey Pathways Leading Apprentices to College Education as part of a larger initiative to support credit evaluations of green credentials awarded under New Jersey's State Energy Sector Partnership. SESP is a $6 million award from the United States Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration to the New Jersey State Employment and Training Commission granted to support employment growth and retention within the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy industries. NJ PLACE is a statewide program creating pathways from high-skill technical training programs to college degrees, and utilized Thomas Edison State College’s academic program review services to determine college credit value for LEED™ and other green credentials.
Please click on tabs at the top of the page to learn more. The Degree Program tab will provide information on how your LEED credentials meet academic requirements in select degree programs at Thomas Edison State College.
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