Business Administration, Management and Marketing Accelerated Career Pathways Eligible Programs

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As a military-connected student, you have lots of resources at your fingertips. Please fill out our form below to request information or to apply for any federal (VA, GI Bill®) or state (Texas Hazlewood Act) education benefit.

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Dallas College's Veteran Success Through Accelerated Career Pathways program focuses on developing and promoting accelerated career paths for industry certification in a variety of program areas.

In the Business Administration, Management and Marketing program areas, Dallas College has evaluated military training and defined accelerated pathways ​in these degrees​ or certificates:

Military Training Evaluations

Military training related to this program has been evaluated and coll​ege credit recommended based on the American Council on Education's (ACE) Military Guide. The ACE recommendations form the basis of the Joint Services Transcript (JST), which provides official documentation for military training and experience. To receive credit for military service at Dallas C​ollege, an official JST or Community College of the Air Force* transcript is required.

(*Recent military experience for Air Force members is documented by the Community College of the Air Force and is evaluated through other college processes.)

Credit Determination

To determine the college credit you may be eligible to receive, submit your official Joint Services Transcript (JST) to your campus Admissions/Registrar's Office or Military-Connected Services Office ​and request an evaluation. The transcript will be evaluated after you enroll.


Service members take a variety of courses based on their occupation, duty station or service needs. For a course to be evaluated by ACE and have college credit recommended, it must be an approved military course of at least 45 academic hours (some Coast Guard courses are excepted). ACE course ID numbers start with a two-letter code that identifies the service branch that provided the training. AR is Army, NV is Navy, MC is Marine Corps, AF is Air Force​ and CG is Coast Guard. The ID number may include a version number that corresponds to any significant curriculum changes.

Courses are listed under the service that provided the training, but many service members may have taken a course sponsored by another military branch.


An occupation refers to the service member's job(s) while in the military. The Army and Marine Corps refer to an occupation as an MOS (Military Occupational Specialty); for the Navy, it is an NOS (Navy Occupational Specialty), formerly known as a rating; and the Coast Guard continues to call it a rating. The ACE occupation review process is focused on the recommendation of credit for learning that occurs on the job, above and beyond formal classroom training.

Credit recommendations for occupations can be found by the Title or ACE identification number (ACE ID). All occupation exhibits have ACE ID numbers beginning with a three-letter code that identifies the service:

  • MOS means an Army occupation
  • NER is a Navy Occupational Specialty
  • NEC is a Navy Enlisted Classification
  • MCE is a Marine Corps enlisted occupation
  • CGR is a Coast Guard rating

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