This course is used to recognize prior work and educational experience translatable through a portfolio preparation process for college credit. The standardized process identifies those areas where the student’s learning is adequate and where additional learning is needed. Learning documented in the portfolio is measurable, both theoretical and applied, and generalized for future applicability. Students who have acquired a minimum of two years of professional work experience are eligible to seek award of college credits. Eligible individuals may choose a maximum of five courses (15 credits) within an Associate Degree program and ten courses (30 credits) within a Bachelor’s Degree program which seem to equate to work responsibilities and corollary learning.