If those courses have been transcripted by TESU already, you may also want to run the BPS degree and see what happens. That's the Bachelor's in Professional Studies, and can help people who have some specific courses that don't fit into a traditional degree. For instance, someone on the forum had an AA in Fashion Design, and this was the degree that those courses fit into perfectly.
Anyway try that out and see what happens.
I just looked up CFT courses - what you really mean to ask about on the forum is about what ACE-recommended courses come in as. Unfortunately, most of us won't know that, because the ones your husband took aren't that common. So, it would be best for you to actually transfer them in to TESU, and then see what they bring the courses in as. Once you know that, then it's easy for me to figure out which degree he should get.
So, let me know on that. I'm happy to help.
Not sure if you mean the link from TESU's website? If so, here that is: BSBA in Finance Degree Program
I have no idea what CFT courses are, so you'll have to help me with that.
This link also has help for you: it links to additonal places to get credits http://www.degreeforum.net/general-e...t-college.html
Hi Dfrecore, Sorry to bother you, but I am a little lost. Can you please send me a link and confirm the most current degree plan for BSBA in both General Management as well as Finance at TESU? I don't want to pick the wrong class and need to enroll for first course at TESU. Before proceeding with regirstation, I figured it would be smart to ask you guys and know what credits TESU would take from CFT courses, CLEP's DSST's etc. Any links/help you can offer would be greatly appreciated. THANK YOU for all that you do! I've kept my membership all these years because of helpful people like you and several others over the years.Thank you for your time, expertise and any help/guidance you can offer. I just don't want DH to get locked into a degree plan that gives him less transfer credits/harder degree program. Thanks again so much.