The Institute's seminars and workshops provide exceptional learning opportunities. Most participants list them in their Résumés or CVs under a section, such as "Advanced Training Programs."
Colleges and universities routinely grant credits for the Institute's seminars and workshops because they recognize that they 1) are very intensive advanced learning opportunities, 2) are generally not available at colleges and universities due to their specialized subject matter, and 3) will extend the learning and networking opportunities which a college or university can provide to its students.
You may obtain credits through your own college or university. Eagle Hill will work with your college or university to demonstrate the value of the courses and the credentials of the instructors (Course syllabus and instructor Curriculum Vitae. Options to discuss with your advisor, department and the dean:
Five-day seminars and workshops at the Institute normally qualify for two graduate or undergraduate credits, based on a minimum of 10 contact hours per day, plus possible additional assignments. You may earn 1 additional credit by completing a special project with the instructor(s) after the conclusion of the seminar or workshop (arrangements vary). Letter grades are based on active participation in a seminar or workshop, plus special requirements instructors may have, such as a practicum, a written or oral presentation and/or other assignments.