[Oacrao-l] Prior Learning Credit

Kristie Luke KLuke at se.edu
Mon Oct 16 09:59:20 CDT 2017


At Southeastern, we record it on the transcript if they have earned it; however, we do have a limit on the number of hours that will count toward the degree.    The following is the policy from our catalog:

For non-education degree programs (B.A. or B.S.), the amount of non-formal credit (advanced standing, CLEP, correspondence, military training, etc.) which may be awarded shall not exceed one-half of the total semester hours required at the lower-division level, and not more than one-half of the total semester hours required at the upper-division level for the B.A. and B.S. degrees.

For education degree programs (B.A. or B.S.), not more than one-fourth of the work used to satisfy requirements in any area of preparation (professional education, general education, specialized education) nor more than one-fourth of the total academic work submitted in an approved teacher-certificate program may be taken by non-formal study (advanced standing, CLEP, correspondence, military training, etc.).

Kristie Luke
Associate Dean of Academic Records/Registrar
Southeastern Oklahoma State University
425 W University
Durant, OK 74701
580.745.7472 fax

From: Oacrao-l [mailto:oacrao-l-bounces at lists.onenet.net] On Behalf Of Julie Byer
Sent: Monday, October 16, 2017 9:54 AM
To: 'oacrao-l at lists.onenet.net'
Subject: [Oacrao-l] Prior Learning Credit

Good Morning,

Question: What is the maximum number of credit hours does your institution allow for prior learning credit (AP, Departmental Exams, prior learning assessment, etc)?

Any information will be helpful.


Julie A. Byer, M.Ed
Executive Director, Academic Curriculum & Policy
University of Central Oklahoma
100 N. University Drive Edmond, OK 73034
Offc: (405) 974-2322 Fax: (405) 974-3285
email: jbyer at uco.edu<mailto:jbyer at uco.edu>

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