CLEP

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AcronymDefinition
CLEPCollege Level Examination Program
CLEPCredit for Life Experience (college credit)
CLEPCertified Lighting Efficiency Professional (Association of Energy Engineers)
CLEPCollege Level Equivalency Program
CLEPCommission on Legal Empowerment of the Poor (UN)
CLEPCouncil of Logistics Engineering Professionals
CLEPChinese Lunar Exploration Program (China National Space Administration)
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Trish Paterson, Executive Director for College Access Initiatives for the University System of Georgia, states that "prior learning isn't just giving students credit for life experience. Colleges that choose to offer the credit measure what students know, review how that corresponds with courses students are required to take and determine whether their knowledge merits college credit.
Providing these certificates will make it easier for students who work to complete MOOCs to apply their informal learning through credit for life experience or credit by exam procedures Miller, 2013).
Under pressure to turn out more students, more quickly and for less money, and to tie graduates' skills to workforce needs, higher-education institutions and policy makers have been busy reducing the number of required credits, giving credit for life experience, and cutting some courses, while putting others online.
Seek colleges that give credit for life experience.
Enter "credit for life experience," or, to use the currently popular phrase, "prior learning assessment." Legitimate organizations are increasingly offering innovative ways of assessing the skills and knowledge that prospective students, especially working adults, already have between their ears--the human capital they've accumulated though past schooling, work experience, or independent study--and building on this preexisting knowledge base with carefully tailored coursework.
McCarthy, a professor and coordinator of the criminal justice program at Quinsigamond Community College and a former Connecticut state trooper, said some schools were routinely granting credit for life experience, for taking police promotion exams, and even for creating "portfolios" containing items such as commendations awarded to officers.
SALEM - Oregon legislators plan to give 70-year-old Sheriff Bob Skipper the equivalent of credit for life experience - he won't have to redo basic training.
An honors college education will be more in tune with a traditional private-college experience than today's assembly-line university process that is increasingly dominated by accelerated learning, pre-college credits, credit for life experience, ITV, online, and weekend courses.
The Journal article reported that she had a "master's degree from an unaccredited university that provides credit for life experience."
A diploma mill is a college or university that operates primarily to make money, often offering college credit for life experience rather than formal education.
If testing your brains out is not your thing, you can still shave off thousands of dollars from the escalating cost of college tuition in other ways: concurrent enrollment in college and high school; correspondence courses and distance learning courses available on audio- and videotapes, online, television and combinations thereof; credit for foreign academic experience; and credit for life experience learning, which is now awarded through most nontraditional or independent study degree programs.
credit for life experience and previous work experience must not be
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