As a Regis College for Professional Studies undergraduate student, you can earn up to 45 credit hours or the equivalent of 15 college courses for your prior learning experience through Portfolio. Here's how: Check with your admissions representative or faculty advisor to see if you are a good candidate for the three-credit class, ED202: Prior Learning Assessment In the class you will discover how to demonstrate your prior learning by submitting one or more portfolios for faculty assessment. Most completed portfolios are comparable to 3 credit hours. When you successfully finish the ED202 course and turn in a completed portfolio, you will receive three credits. Your portfolio will then be given to an assessor, who is an expert in your chosen course. Based on the policies of Regis University and the Portfolio department, he/she will evaluate and potentially award college credit for your work. Thus, for completing the ED202 course and turning in a completed portfolio, you have the potential of earning a minimum of six credits; three or more for the class and potentially three for your portfolio. Portfolio credits may be used for your core, general electives, and/or one half (1/2) of your major or minor degree requirements. Your admissions representative or faculty advisor will discuss with you options for portfolios and how the portfolios will fit into your degree plan. If your admissions representative or faculty advisor agrees, enroll in the ED202 class. The ED202 class is offered online every semester as an 8W1 or 8W2 course. Check the course schedule for campus locations, start dates and times. To register, contact your local campus or register online.