Have you picked up school level gaining from working environment and backgrounds that could interpret into scholarly credit? Are you no less than 25 years of age with four or more years of huge work experience? If in this way, the Professional Degree Program is for you.
The Professional Degree Program empowers you to boost earlier taking in, quicken the procedure of acquiring your degree, and decrease the expense of getting your confirmation. Typically, the hours recompensed through the portfolio fulfill elective hour necessities; in any case, in a few cases, the portfolio hours may be used inside the major.
The hours granted through the portfolio don’t matter around the 25% credit-hour residency necessity. There is a little one-time assessment and interpretation expense; however you are not charged educational cost charges for the hours earned through the portfolio.
Professional Degree Holders take the accompanying Professional Studies Courses:
PRST 3301: Lifelong Learning
This course establishes the framework for the Professional Studies degree program by improving scholarly study aptitudes, inspecting the logic of Christian higher training, presenting basic intuition abilities and the idea of servant initiative, and investigating nine real perspectives. PRST 3301 is taken by all Professional Studies scholars throughout their first term of classes at DBU.
PRST 3303: Experiential Learning
This course will control you in the improvement of a particular portfolio that can bring about the granting of up to 30 hours of school credit for school level taking in accomplished through work and backgrounds. The finished portfolio incorporates a scholar profile segment, singular course petitions (each of which speaks to an appeal for scholastic credit), and a documentation area. PRST 3303 ought to be taken after an understudy has collected 60 hours of school credit, finished ENGL 1301 and ENGL 1302, and satisfied the software engineering prerequisite for the degree. In light of the time required for portfolio assessment, scholars may not take this course in their last semester at the University.