Experience Plus Portfolio

Earn College Credit by Submitting a Professional Portfolio

Liberty University recognizes that adult learners have valuable experiences that they bring to the academic environment of higher education. For that reason, we believe students should receive college credit for learning that can be demonstrated through experience.

In some cases, credit may be awarded directly for job training, based on a precedent that has been established by our university. In other cases, students will need to petition for credit through the official portfolio process.

Experience Plus

Please note: If your degree involves any type of licensure and/or other certifications that are received from a state, government entity, or military branch following the conferral of the degree, then you are ineligible for any type of Experience Plus credit.

If you are unsure whether or not this pertains to you, please call (800) 424-9595 or email eplus@liberty.edu. Also, at least 50% of classes in your major must be completed at Liberty University.


What is a Portfolio?

Eligibility

Ineligibility

Helpful Information about Portfolio Submission


List of Available Courses

Don’t see your course listed? Please email eplus@liberty.edu or call (800) 424-9595.

Undergraduate Courses
Graduate Courses
  • College of Arts and Sciences
  • Helms School of Government
  • John W. Rawlings School of Divinity
  • School of Behavioral Sciences
  • School of Business
  • Helms School of Government

Helms School of Government courses eligible for the portfolio process:

  • John W. Rawlings School of Divinity

John W. Rawlings School of Divinity courses eligible for the portfolio process:

CHPL 598 – Spiritual and Professional Development of the Chaplain
CHPL 598 – Spiritual and Professional Development of the Chaplain (16 weeks)
CHPL 645 – Chaplain Resilient Leaders
CHPL 655 – Chaplain Evangelism and Discipleship
DSMN 500 – Discipleship Ministries
DSMN 520 – Spiritual Formation
DSMN 610 – Family Discipleship
DSMN 630 – Small Group Ministries
DSMN 660 – Leading a Healthy, Growing, Multiplying Church
EVAN 500 – Spiritual Factors of Growing Churches
EVAN 505 – Introduction to Church Planting
EVAN 510 – Evangelism and the Growing Church
EVAN 610 – Church Planting Methods and Culture
EVAN 670 – Strategic Prayer and Spiritual Warfare
YOUT 510 – Developing a Philosophy of Youth Ministry
YOUT 520 – Leading Youth and Family Ministry
YOUT 615 – Integrating Youth Ministry into the Home and Church
YOUT 630 – Contextualization of Evangelism and Discipleship in Youth Ministry
APOL 500 – Introduction to Apologetics
THEO 510 – Survey of Theology
THEO 525 – Systematic Theology I
THEO 530 – Systematic Theology II
OBST 515 – Old Testament Orientation I
OBST 520 – Old Testament Orientation II
NBST 515 – New Testament Orientation I
NBST 520 – New Testament Orientation II
GLST 600 – Cultural Anthropology
LEAD 505 – Church Administration
LEAD 520 – The Life of Leaders
LEAD 610 – Team Leadership and Conflict Resolution
LEAD 620 – Mission, Vision and Strategic Planning
LEAD 625 – Preventing Ministry Failure
LEAD 635 — Theology of Pastoral Ministry

  • School of Behavioral Sciences
  • School of Business

School of Business courses eligible for the portfolio process:

  • School of Education

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