The tech giant says it will start issuing digital certificates this year for students who don’t have a university degree or a doctorate.
The certificates, which can be purchased online or through a company called Accessible Diabetic Education (ADE), can be completed online, through the company’s site or through its smartphone app.
The new digital certificates will be valid for the first four years of the student’s degree, or until they’re completed.
Students will have to sign up for the ADE app to access the certificates.
It’s unclear when the certificates will become available for purchase.
Students who don and can’t access the ADEs will be able to complete their own online course, but the company said that it’s still not clear if the company will provide access to its course.
ADE will be working with colleges and universities to help students get their certificates, according to TechCrunch.
The move comes after more than 100,000 students signed up for free certificates in 2015.
The company also announced last month that it would begin offering certificates for students whose first two years of education were not at a university.
ADEs are also available through third-party websites, including those for companies such as the National Association of Secondary School Principals.