All of us gain experiences as we walk through life, and very often we learn important lessons through these experiences. It may be that you have done this, and that the lessons you have learned and the skills you have developed correspond to those you would have received in a college-level course. If you think this may be the case, you can pursue the demonstration of this learning and transfer of it by discussing the option with a member of our Faculty and or with a Student Advisor.
TTS recognizes experiential learning generally to be at least as valid as classroom instruction, and in some cases even superior. Classroom learning often begins with receiving information through lectures or reading, assimilating and organizing that information into principles, and then applying the principles to specific situations. In experiential learning, one begins by acting and observing, then understanding the effects of his action in a specific circumstance. From that a general principle is developed, which can then be applied to a new set of circumstances. Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!