LRC 100 Course
LRC100: Documenting Your Experiences for College Credit
LRC100 is an open, self-paced course for learners who are interested in earning undergraduate credit for learning acquired outside of the classroom. This comprehensive course guides you through the process of creating an experiential learning portfolio to showcase the knowledge you already possess. Because this course is offered in an “open” format, there is no cost for the course and no instructor.
While enrolled in this open learning course, you will have a mentor who will provide guidance and feedback on your portfolio development. Upon completion of the course, you can submit your portfolio to our faculty for an official credit evaluation.*
Credits awarded through LRC100 can be applied to one of Kaplan University’s many undergraduate programs, meaning that you could graduate sooner than you think and save money on your degree.
Students who have submitted their portfolios earned an average of 33 quarter credit hours. That’s a savings of 3 terms and $12,000 on their undergraduate degrees.†
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*Kaplan University does not guarantee transferability of credit from any of these sources. See the University Catalog for the Prior Learning Assessment policy.
†As of February 2016. Calculated as 33 quarter credits x $371.00, based on the LRC100 process as applied to students at Kaplan University. Eligible LRC100- recommended college credits articulate into Kaplan University undergraduate degree plans.
‡Data provided is for illustrative purposes and is not a guarantee that students will earn any particular number of credits or achieve any particular savings. LRC100 is a not-for-credit course.