Credit for Prior Learning by Exam Policy
Credit for Prior Learning by Exam is a means for students to earn credit for a course to fulfill degree requirements by successfully passing a comprehensive examination administered by the college. The exam assesses skills and knowledge of specific course content and is a substitute for completing the usual requirements of a course.
Students may attempt Credit by Exam if they:
- Have extensive high school work above the normal curriculum that may deem taking a similar MPTC course redundant.
- Have developed the competencies via work experience.
- Have taken similar coursework at another college and cannot transfer the credit but can demonstrate the competencies.
- Have taken similar courses in an apprenticeship, vocational, civil or military training program.
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