This information is provided for current active students in the program. New students and returning students can no longer be admitted to the program.
The program offers credit for learning from prior course work, training, certifications and workplace learning. The degree's focus of study is personalized, with students developing a plan to meet their goals.
The degree is earned after satisfying 50 requirements, written as statements describing
competency. Certain competencies are met by specific courses or projects;
others can be satisfied by relevant transfer courses or experience. Students can complete the degree online, on-campus or through a combination of both.