Save time—students can earn their degree more quickly.
Save money—students may earn up to 30 undergraduate credits at no cost.
Cleary University recognizes that students gain knowledge and skills in a variety of ways. Examples include work settings, professional organizations, travel, avocations, leadership positions, volunteering, workplace training, military service, etc. When learning takes place in a non-traditional learning environment (not documented on a college transcript), and is equivalent to college-level learning, Cleary University offers several options for documentation of academic credit up to a maximum of 30 undergraduate credits. Please note that the emphasis for granting credit is on what is learned, rather than what is experienced.
PRIOR LEARNING OPTIONS INCLUDE:
- Proficiency Exams
- Advanced Placement Program
- CLEP (College-Level Examination Program) Exams
- DANTES (Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support) Exams
- Directed Training
- High School Articulation
- Military Experience and Training
- Proficiency Portfolio