POL 365I

Political Science Prior Learning

1-8 Undergraduate credits
Effective January 1, 1996 – Present

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

Credit for Prior Learning is the method by which students may receive college credit for prior learning obtained through nontraditional means, such as military training/experience, the workplace, or independent study. The course for which credit is being sought must correspond in its content to a course that is currently offered at Metropolitan State University. Competence is demonstrated by passing the final examination of the corresponding course. Students should contact their academic advisor for more information.

Learning outcomes

Summer 2020

Section Title Instructor
01 People's Leadership Gulley, Robyn J Course details
02 Political Science Prior Learning Gulley, Robyn J Course details
03 Problems of the Global Labor Movement Gulley, Robyn J Course details
04 Working Class History Gulley, Robyn J Course details
05 Economics as if Workers Mattered Gulley, Robyn J Course details
06 Campaign and organizing strategies Gulley, Robyn J Course details
07 Problems of the Global Labor Movement Gulley, Robyn J Course details
08 Working Class History Gulley, Robyn J Course details
09 Economics as if Workers Mattered Gulley, Robyn J Course details
10 Campaign and Organizing Strategies Gulley, Robyn J Course details