When making admission decisions, Graduate Admission Committees may consider an applicant’s prior learning and experience gained through employment or other non-curricular activity. Such consideration will be given only when the applicant has gained professional experience, and/or professional accreditation, and/or professional recognition in a field relevant to the intended program of study. Admission decisions will be based on an assessment of the applicant’s potential for success in graduate study. Individual graduate programs can decide whether to recognize prior learning in admission decisions. Interested applicants should consult with the relevant graduate program coordinator.