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PRT 300 Junior Portfolio (Non-credit)
The Junior Portfolio allows for reflective learning and the presentation of evidence in areas of program-specific learning and in Christian formation. Students present their Junior Portfolio for review by a Program Coordinator or faculty member who reviews the portfolio and guides them in preparation for future educational or career goals.
Note: Completion of the Junior Portfolio is required for graduation from the Bachelor of General Studies
PRT 400 Senior Portfolio (Non-credit)
The Senior Portfolio allows for reflective learning and the presentation of evidence in areas of academic, doctrinal, relational, experiential, and program-specific learning through a descriptive essay and documentary or other artifacts. Students present and defend their Senior Portfolio to faculty members who are typically within the student?s area of disciplinary expertise.
Note: The Senior Portfolio is required for graduation from all baccalaureate degrees