Dive with One Ocean Scuba this season 

and earn up to 10 college credits!

The American Council on Education (ACE) recommends college credit for certain PADI  scuba diver courses. ACE represents all colleges and universities before the US federal government and as such is the unified voice of higher education. ACE evaluates educational courses according to established college-level criteria and recommends college credit for those that measure up to these standards.

The ACE credit recommendations for PADI courses may help you in receiving college credit at an America university or college – even if the courses aren’t conducted on a university or college campus.

A university or college may use the ACE credit recommendations in a variety of ways. The institution may apply the credit to your major replacing a required course. They may also use the credit as a general elective to possibly waive a prerequisite course.

Universities and colleges that accept ACE credit recommendations for PADI courses typically handle them like transfer credit. Transfer credit is often awarded without an additional fee. This may save you tuition fees while at the same time allowing you to meet graduation requirements.

May 18-19 Open Water Certification Dives -1 Credit
Jun 15-16 Advanced Open Water Course -1 Credit
July 27-28 Rescue Diver Course -2 Credits
August 17-18 Wreck Diver and Deep Diver Courses – 2 Credits
September 28-29 Navigation and Search & Recovery Courses – 2 Credits
October 12-13 Night Diver and Drysuit Courses – 2 Credits