Fort Gordon Warrant Officer Degree Map

Signal Warrant Officers who satisfactorily complete military training will receive the American Council on Education (ACE) recommended credit at UMUC. Credit is awarded based on how it is articulated in the  officer's degree plan.

Officers can also receive occupational credit if they provide documentation that they have held a specific occupation for at least a year. The occupation must have already been evaluated by ACE.

The degree maps below for Network Management Technician (250N) and Information Systems Technician (251A) are based on a UMUC review of ACE-evaluated credit conducted in August 2010.

Because Signal Systems Support Technician (254A) has not yet been fully evaluated by ACE, UMUC does not have its degree maps available at this time.

All credit will be placed on the student's official evaluation as appropriate. The degree maps below indicate how military credits apply to the listed degree plans. 

250N Rating

Degree and Program

Credits Required

Military Credits Applicable

Credits Remaining

Associate of Arts
Computer Studies

60

19

41

Associate of Arts
Management Studies

60

19

41

Bachelor of Science
Computer and Information Science

120

52

68

Bachelor of Science
Computer Networks and Security

120

53

67

Bachelor of Science
Digital Media and Web Technology

120

53

67

Bachelor of Science
Information Systems Management

120

52

68

Bachelor of Science
Management Studies

120

53

67

 

251A Rating

Degree and Program

Credits Required

Military Credits Applicable

Credits Remaining

Associate of Arts
Computer Studies

60

19

41

Associate of Arts
Management Studies

60

19

41

Bachelor of Science
Computer and Information Science

120

52

68

Bachelor of Science
Computer Networks and Security

120

60

60

Bachelor of Science
Digital Media and Web Technology

120

60

60

Bachelor of Science
Information Systems Management

120

52

68

Bachelor of Science
Management Studies

120

60

60

 

254A Rating

Once the 254A Signal Systems Support Warrant Officer Advanced Course and the 254A Occupations are evaluated, their degree  maps will be available. All military training a student has acquired will then be  applied to his or her official evaluation.

Regardless of these pending evaluations, UMUC awards transfer credit to officers for all Army courses they have taken, and awards occupation credit based on ACE recommendations. Officers must provide documentation of all prior courses and occupations to receive credit.

If you're at Ft. Gordon and want to discuss these templates and your education needs, visit Phyllis McGhee, the UMUC representative at the education center. Her phone number is 706-791-3030 and her e-mail address is Phyllis.McGhee@umuc.edu.

If you are located anywhere else you can contact the Military Advising Team toll free at 1-877-275-8682 or e-mail the team at military@umuc.edu.