ABOUT PURSUELY'S ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS
Most of our Career Packages come with your choice of undergraduate and/or graduate degree(s). Academic credentials are the key to your success when combined with your solid employment history that Pursuely provides you as part of our Career Package. All of our academic diploma/degree-granting institutions are established legal entities (e.g. nonprofit and for-profit entities) in the state they operate in.
Most of our academic institutions have verifiable formation dates going back 20 years or more and all have professionally-designed logos and websites, are listed in 411 directory databases, have social media profiles, rank well in search engine results, and have professionally recorded telephone menu greetings produced with talented voice-over artists. Be rest assured your credentials will be established and credible.
Pursuely currently offers more than 40+ academic credentials many of which are in high-income fields of study including these available options:
Bachelor of Arts in Advertising
Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies
Bachelor of Arts in Journalism
Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies and Production
Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology (B.A.)
Bachelor of Arts in Strategic Communication
Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting (B.B.A.)
Bachelor of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship (B.B.A.)
Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance (B.B.A.)
Bachelor of Business Administration in Hospitality Management (B.B.A)
Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management (B.B.A.)
Bachelor of Business Administration in Management (B.B.A.)
Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing (B.B.A.)
Bachelor of Political Science (B.P.S.)
Bachelor of Science in Cloud Computing (B.S.)
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (B.S.)
Bachelor of Science in Crime and Intelligence Analysis (B.S.)
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (B.S.C.J.)
Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity (B.S.)
Bachelor of Science in General Studies (B.S.G.S.)
Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security (B.S.)
Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Technology / Information Security (B.S.)
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology / Network Administration (B.S.)
Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems (B.S.)
Bachelor of Science in Mobile Applications Development (B.S.)
Bachelor of Science in Social Work (B.S.S.W.)
Bachelor of Science in Software Development (B.S.)
Bachelor of Science in Technology Management (B.S.T.M.)
Bachelor of Science in Web Design & Development (B.S.W.D.)
Master of Arts in Communication Studies*
Master of Arts in Journalism*
Master of Arts in Public Relations*
Master of Arts in Sociology (M.A.)*
Master of Business Administration in Administration and Management (M.B.A.)*
Master of Business Administration in Finance and Accounting (M.B.A.)*
Master of Business Administration in Hospitality Management (M.B.A.)*
Master of Business Administration in Human Resource Management (M.B.A.)*
Master of Business Administration in Marketing (M.B.A.)*
Master of Business Administration in Organizational Leadership (M.B.A.)*
Master of Political Science (M.P.S.)*
Master of Science in Criminal Justice (M.S.C.J.)*
Master of Science in Cybersecurity (M.S)*
Master of Social Work (M.S.W.)*
* Master Degrees are only offered as part of our Executive Career Package.
Learn more about PURSUELY'S ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS by following the Faq link below
A: All of our academic diploma/degree granting institutions are established legal entities (e.g. nonprofit and for-profit corporations) in the state they operate in. Most have verifiable formation dates going back 30+ years (which can be confirmed on the Secretary of State website) and all have professionally designed logos and websites, are listed in 411 directory databases, have social media profiles, ranks well in search engine results, professionally recorded telephone menu greetings produced from talented voice over artists and much more.
A: No. Our academic institutions are not accredited by any accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. While we do not openly advertise the name of the agency which accredits our academic institutions on any of their websites, it should be known to you that this accrediting agency was created and is managed by us to provide alternative accreditation to our portfolio of academic institutions.
A: Yes. Certain professional occupations in the United States involving aerospace, biotechnology, engineering, law, medicine (including all medical fields) and teaching each require degrees accredited by their own industry-specific accreditors. For example, in order for a nursing degree to be accepted by any state government for licensure, it must be granted by an institution that is accredited by the American Nursing Association. As a result, we cannot help clients gain entry into such fields using non-traditional academic credentials and resources. This is a good thing, actually, since since occupations like these are generally responsible for the safety and well-being of society at large.
A: No. This is because our accrediting agency that accredits our academic institutions is not a recognized national or regional accreditor. While we have heard success from clients in the past using the academic credentials we supplied to them, we do not recommend attempting to gain entry into any other degree programs at traditional colleges or universities. Doing so may result in penalties for academic dishonesty, including but not limited to expulsion from the academic body in question.
A: We take pride in our accrediting agency, and believe it surpasses most established, well known accreditors. We believe they will successfully pass most due diligence inquiries, however, there are certain employers (e.g. state and federal governments) who are required to confirm that the accrediting agency is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. It has been our experience that state and federal governments are generally the only employer types that are concerned about accreditation. Our accrediting agencies are located in states other than where our academic institutions are located. They are state registered non-profit organizations with expertly designed logos, websites and live contact telephone numbers that are listed in 411 directory assistance databases and in online search directories.
A: There is no way to answer this question with certainty. Requirements for professional licensing varY greatly from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. It has been our experience with our past clients that our academic credentials will pass in 90% of the cases where professional licenses are applied for. However, there are no guarantees.
A: Pursuely’s mission is to bring our clients the highest possible quality credentials and references, and this extends to every part of the services we provide — including small details like names. This is something we put a lot of 'art' and work into, and we think you will be pleased with what our institutions have to offer.
A: It is ultimately up to you. If you decide to use your existing high school diploma that you earned in your home state, you can. However, we recommend using the one we provide you as it has been incorporated into your background timeline we developed for you to use.
A: No. We only provide high resolution full color digital files containing your academic diploma and/or degree. We have found that this is preferred by most of our clients and works the best for their needs. In addition, the digital files feature real signatures and school seals, and are almost always accepted as proof of academic credentials by recruiters.
A: With phenomena like “doxxing” becoming commonplace on social media, privacy on social media is of the utmost importance. Why give anyone a chance to pry deeper into your life by adding more details to your profiles? While we have no control over what you decide to do online with your digitally enhanced background, we strongly suggest limiting public displays or your credentials on social media. That said, there is nothing risky about printing and displaying your academic credentials in a framed photo format.