The credits earned through Extension Studies are LCU (Learning Component Units) with ONE credit earned for every twenty-five hours of focused learning activities. The student can request that any Extension Studies credits be considered for a degree that they are pursuing through the UofN. It will be the Dean of the College which is awarding the degree who decides if the Extension Studies courses taken are relevant for that degree, and if so how may credits will be awarded. So, for example, if you have completed an Extension Studies course in Barista skills, you might be able to make an excellent cup of coffee, but these credits would not be appropriate for a Biblical Studies degree.
How do the credits earned with Extension Studies relate to a UofN degree path?