McDonalds & Starbucks’ Universities Offer College Credits

McDonalds & Starbucks’ Universities Offer College Credits
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Training programs are up for grabs from a growing number of Fortune 500 companies.

Lara Piras
  • 25 april 2013

Ethics and inventory management are just a few of the many courses companies such as McDonalds, Starbucks and Walmart are offering to ensure workers are proficient enough when applying for roles. Employers are stepping in where academia is failing after growing tired of receiving applications from under qualified workers. They are offering classes that can be taken for college credit towards bachelor degrees through the American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation Service, a corporation who evaluate and approve or disapprove workplace courses. Colleges can then decide whether they would be happy to accept the credits or not.

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