Experiential Learning Credit
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Experiential Learning Credit

To apply for academic credit for life experience, such as on-the-job training, non-credit post-secondary programs, and other experiences that parallel academic study programs, students must prepare a portfolio according to the standards of the college or school that offers the course.

After a portfolio is submitted to the appropriate academic dean, a committee from that college or school reviews the portfolio. If approval is granted, the credit(s) are added to the university transcript. Students may earn up to 32 credits via experiential learning. Experiential learning credits do not count toward residency requirements.