Credit by Portfolio AssessmentNot all college-level learning takes place in the classroom.
You still need a degree but you already have college level learning acquired from experiences at work, volunteering in the community, military service, job training, independent reading, open source course-ware study and hobbies.
Some people express themselves better in written form (via papers and essays), than they do on multiple-choice tests. If this sounds like you, consider earning the credits you deserve by putting together a written academic portfolio.
What's required for you to complete a Portfolio Assessment?
- Adequate college level writing skills.
- Time for developing the portfolio.
- Commitment to the portfolio process.
- Pay the assessment fees (currently 50% of the current in-county tuition rate).
Portfolio Assessments @ CCBC
|Portfolio Assessment||Credits Awarded|
ACCT 116 Computerized Accounting
ACCT 251 Financial Planning and Investments
|ARTD 116 Digital Imaging I
|CADD 101 Introduction to CADD
|CMNS/THTR 133: Voice and Diction
|CONT 101 Construction Blueprint Reading
|CONT 106 Construction Materials and Methods
|CONT 116 Practices of Residential Construction
|DCOM 141 Introduction to PC Operation & Repair
|DCOM 258 Introduction to Information Security
|GLBL 171-173 Global Experiences (Co-Op)||1-3|
|INTR 241 Practicum
|LGST 273 Internship — Legal Studies
|SSCI 112 Engagement in Communities||3|
|POLS 273 Internship — Political Science
|SPCM 191-194 Special Topics Communication
|SURV 101 Surveying Instruments
|THTR/CMNS 133: Voice and Diction||3|
This information is subject to change.