REDLANDS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Thinking about going back to school? You may be ahead already and not even know it. Did you know that some universities will give you credit toward graduation requirements for your life or professional experiences? Just because you haven’t been in a classroom for a while doesn’t mean you haven’t learned valuable lessons.
The University of Redlands School of Business, for example, has a program where your life experiences can be evaluated and compared to University of Redlands course requirements to see how and whether they may translate into credits. The Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) program may be able to award credits for college-level learning accrued through employer-provided training, military service, personal development courses or previous college courses.
It is possible to earn up to 30 assessed credits within the School of Business undergraduate program by enrolling in just one 3-unit class and going through the PLA process. This could translate into significant savings of time and tuition. So, if you’ve graduated with honors from the school of hard knocks, you deserve some credit—college credit—and now you can get it.
At locations across Southern California, you can complete undergraduate coursework that leverages your real-world work experience in a context of academic excellence and program flexibility and allows you to complete your degree where you want, at the pace you want.
If you’re ready to make a career move, or take significant steps forward for your own future, this may be your year!
Call 1-888-999-9844 to ask about the new $2,600 Success Scholarship program at the University of Redlands School of Business and for information about military tuition discounts and financial aid.
About the University of Redlands School of Business
The School of Business at the University of Redlands offers an environment of elevated learning, with graduate and undergraduate degree completion programs tailored to the needs of working adults and professionals. With eight convenient locations around Southern California, the School of Business provides evening programs, study abroad opportunities and collaborative education opportunities with corporations and organizations. The school’s Banta Center for Business, Ethics and Society is a forum for the examination of ethical issues in corporate and professional life. The Institute for Spatial Economic Analysis at the School of Business offers science- and research-based spatial analysis and forecasts of economic phenomena. The University of Redlands is a private liberal arts and sciences university consistently ranked among the best universities in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.