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How to find your Credit Card Verification Code Back to the Cart

The credit card verification code is used to further enchance the security of your online payments.

It can be found in different places depending on the type of credit card.

MasterCard, Visa, Diners Club, Discover, and JCB credit and debit cards have a 3-digit code, called the "CVC2" (card validation code), "CVV2" (card verification value), "CVV", and "CID" (card identification number), respectively. It is not embossed like the card number, and is always the final group of numbers printed on the back signature panel of the card. New North American MasterCard and Visa cards feature the "CVC2" in a separate panel to the right of the signature strip. This has been done to prevent overwriting of the numbers by signing the card.
American Express cards have a 4-digit code printed on the front side of the card above the number, referred to as the CID (or Unique Card Code). It is printed flat, not embossed like the card number.

Descriptions of ccv locations from Wikipedia.

Credit vs Non-Credit Back to the Cart

Our credit and non-credit courses are given grades for each individual assignment. Credit courses are given a final grade upon completion, while non-credit courses are given a satisfactory or unsatisfactory. Only courses taken for credit may be used toward a Certificate or Degree program.

Do You Need CEUs
(Continuing Education Units)?

Call an advisor at 866-BERKLEE to see if CEUs are something that would benefit you. CEUs are typically needed for teachers going for re-certification. The Continuing Education Unit is a USA nationally recognized unit of measurement for noncredit continuing education programs. It is designed to document valid learning experiences that differ from courses for which academic credits are traditionally awarded.