These courses are:
Journal topics and outlines are already approved, so you don’t need to create your own. Just, select the subtopics that match your experience.
Topics include American Sign Language, interviewing, proposal writing and public speaking.
Topics include dance, martial arts, self-defense, a variety of recreational and competitive sports and many more.
Topics include computer networks, database systems, electrical and engineering systems and many more.
Topics include history of religion, appreciation of the arts, contemporary Southwest cultures and many more.
Topics include weight management, complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), horticulture and many more.
Topics include parenting, health and aging, the legislative process, working women and family lifestyles and many more.
Topics include sales, management and retail principles, as well as personal experiences including photography, genealogy, parenting a special-needs child and many more.
Your journal length depends on two things: the number of credits you’d like to earn and the number of subtopics you’d like to write about.
You won’t need to write an intro or conclusion — just follow the template we’ve set up.
One credit: View template / View sample
Two credits: View template / View sample
Three credits: View template / View sample
Log in to e-Campus to upload your submission.
This will include:
You’ll write from first-person experience — no research, citations or references are needed.
Credit is granted if your journal thoroughly covers your chosen number of subtopics and is approved by our faculty evaluators.
You may submit more than one journal for potential credit through PLA. You can earn up to a maximum of 30 credits allowed toward a bachelor’s degree and 15 credits allowed toward an associate degree.*
*Certain states limit cumulative degree program credits awarded through Prior Learning Assessment. For details, please see the University of Phoenix Catalog.
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If you have extensive knowledge in a specific subject, you may be able to test out of a class or two.