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    Hello all,

    I am just wondering about any information that anyone on here can give me about any bachelor's degrees that people on here have completely tested out of? I have received my CCAF degree in an Aircraft Maintence field, and have been taking a few cleps and dante's exams here while I have been deployed, and was just looking in to the easiest way to achieve my bachelor's degree, with no preferance towards anything in particular.

    Just as a side note, I am currently enrolled in Excelsior, in the Criminal Justice degree field with an emphasis in Homeland Security. I was planning on doing some of the online degree specific classes while I was here, but my TA does not cover the summer classes, so I had to either pay the full fee, or drop out. Long story short, I dropped the classes.

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    I completely tested out of my BSLS with a focus in psychology at Excelsior. I think they may now require a capstone, but that would be just one course. While I did most of the exams through CLEP and DSST I did take some ECE's for the psych focus. If you are already enrolled it should be an easy switch to over the LA division. Good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hadder
    I was planning on doing some of the online degree specific classes while I was here, but my TA does not cover the summer classes, so I had to either pay the full fee, or drop out.
    Er, what? I just talked w/ a base ed counselor 2 weeks ago about taking summer courses and he said no problem. Who told you that?

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    Did you run out of TA money (the $4500 per year)? If that's the case, you can use GI Bill TA top up. They can retro the payments back I believe. If it is just summer classes, I've taken classes year round. Please specify on why TA refused to pay.
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