Credit for Prior Learning
Wilmington University offers credit recognition and opportunities for experiential learning. This allows students to earn college credit for knowledge that was obtained after completing high school (undergraduate) or post-baccalaureate (graduate).
Why relearn what you already know? At WilmU, you have options.
Many Wilmington University students have prior experience that deserves a review for potential academic credit. In coordination with University faculty we will review your resume, prior academic transcripts, and industry credentials such as trainings and/or certifications and professional licenses to determine opportunities to earn additional academic credits toward your degree program. After the initial review we will discuss additional options for earning academic credit in traditional and non-traditional formats such as online and face-to-face courses to accelerate the pathway to your degree.
Credit through Examination
Standardized challenge exams are a convenient, affordable option for students to earn academic credit for some courses in their degree program. Examinations
Certifications, Trainings, and Licenses
Industry-recognized certifications, work-based trainings, and professional licenses might provide you additional opportunities for earning academic credit. Certifications, Trainings, and Licenses
Transfer Up to 75 Credits
Whether you've taken a few classes or you already hold an associate degree, WilmU makes it easy for you to continue to pursue your degree. Credit Transfer Tool