Life-Learning and Accomplishments Evaluation

Students enrolling in a degree program are encouraged to consider a Life-Learning/Accomplishments Evaluation as a way to receive credit for prior academic work and achievement, as well as, life and leadership experience, and ministry accomplishments.

The typical ATS student is seasoned and experienced both in life and ministry with years of not only academic, but also ministerial training and experience. Recognizing the value of life and ministry experience and accomplishments, we are prepared to award credit toward an ATS degree for relevant experience.However the process is thorough and carefully considers each applicant's educational, vocational, and ministry accomplishments.

There is no limit to the number of credits that may be awarded and there is no charge to the student for credit awarded. The Life-Learning/Accomplishments Evaluation has the potential of promoting the student into advanced-placement in a degree program and saving the student much time and effort. In some cases the faculty evaluation committee may even recommend placing a student into an advanced degree program based on the evaluation. The non-refundable $300 Life-Learning/Accomplishments Evaluation fee helps qualified students accelerate and elevate their ATS educational experience and can be paid using this form.

If you have questions about pursuing a life learning evaluation you may contact the Dean of Admissions or the Academic Dean at mhoward@atsvirtual.org. or 904-771-5375.

Life-Learning and Accomplishments Evaluation

Students enrolling in a degree program are encouraged to consider a Life-Learning/Accomplishments Evaluation as a way to receive credit for prior academic work and achievement, as well as, life and leadership experience, and ministry accomplishments.

The typical ATS student is seasoned and experienced both in life and ministry with years of not only academic, but also ministerial training and experience. Recognizing the value of life and ministry experience and accomplishments, we are prepared to award credit toward an ATS degree for relevant experience.However the process is thorough and carefully considers each applicant's educational, vocational, and ministry accomplishments.

There is no limit to the number of credits that may be awarded and there is no charge to the student for credit awarded. The Life-Learning/Accomplishments Evaluation has the potential of promoting the student into advanced-placement in a degree program and saving the student much time and effort. In some cases the faculty evaluation committee may even recommend placing a student into an advanced degree program based on the evaluation. The non-refundable $300 Life-Learning/Accomplishments Evaluation fee helps qualified students accelerate and elevate their ATS educational experience and can be paid using this form.

If you have questions about pursuing a life learning evaluation you may contact the Dean of Admissions or the Academic Dean at mhoward@atsvirtual.org. or 904-771-5375.