IS202 Portfolio: Development Studies
Prerequistites: EN101 grade of C or better, completion of 24 credits of college-level work, enrolled in a baccalaureate degree program or permission of Dean of Academic Affairs.
The rationale, method, and process of documentation of experiential learning with the final goal of producing of portfolio will be the central theme of this course. The student will begin with the process of self-assessment by summarizing their life experiences and an evaluation of their educational goals. They will then proceed through the entire process of developing a portfolio, which will be submitted for assessment by the assigned faculty consultant. The student will have the opportunity to integrate prior learning and present experiential learning credit expectations with the goal of developing future learning goals and methods to achieve them. Upon successful completion of IS 202, students may independently prepare and submit portfolios for additional courses.
3 Credit Hours