Emory Continuing Education (ECE) is committed to assisting military service members and their families by offering a range of professional and personal development educational courses. ECE offers a scholarship to military service members, veterans and their immediate families, amounting to a 10% discount (use promo code MILITARY12 at checkout) on tuition for any program or individual course.
ECE is approved for the following military-related education and training benefits:
Veterans/dependents of veterans eligible to receive benefits can work with the Military Benefits Coordinator/ECE Certifying Official: Patrick Crenshaw / firstname.lastname@example.org or 404.727.5430.
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|CPA Exam Prep|
|Financial Planning Certificate|
|GMAT Prep Course|
|Grant Writing Certificate|
|Graphic Design for Print Certificate|
|GRE Comp: Math-Verbal-Analytical Writing|
|GRE Math Preparation|
|Intensive SAT Prep Course|
|MCAT Test Preparation|
|Six Sigma Black Belt|
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New, first-time veteran students at ECE must contact the Dept. of VET AFFAIRS to determine and activate your benefits, as well as the ECE Certifying Official and submit a Certificate of Eligibility (COE or other documented proof of eligibility from the VA is required), along with one of the following:
All Emory Continuing Education programs are eligible for MyCAA funding.
The Department of Defense's MyCAA offers up to $4,000 to military spouses who are interested in pursuing continuing education programs, licenses, or credentials leading to careers in growth, high demand, and portable career fields.
For assistance, contact a Military OneSource Career Consultant at 1-800-342-9647.
Neither. All ECE programs are noncredit and usually maintain three (3) weekly contact hours. Although this is typical for continuing education schedules, full VA cost of living stipends require a minimum of fifteen (15) weekly contact hours of scheduled classes per week. These stipends are pro-rated (lowered) based on number of weekly contact hours. Less than nine (9) weekly contact hours voids cost of living stipend eligibility.
You should begin attending classes per your certification and the requirements of your program. If you change, cancel or stop attending class for any reason; change your address (you must also notify the VA); or use all of your available Veteran Educational Benefits, please notify the ECE Certifying Official immediately.
Call 1-888-442-4551 number or visit www.va.gov.
At this time, training for this particular program must be completed at a community college or technical school. ECE programs are not eligible.