I second this. Even if you end up moving after you take some classes, you can still normally transfer them to other schools easily. Or plan your degree out with the school you will end up at, and work backwards from there.
Originally Posted by davewill
BTW - I was taking a Community College course at Camp Pendleton (Marine Base in San Diego) last year, and all of the 4-yr schools they had on campus were incredibly expensive. I was looking at brochures, and the info they all had, and was shocked at the prices. The local state school were much cheaper, and I consider those fairly expensive. So make sure you are actually getting a "deal" when you take courses at the conveniently located school there, they certainly weren't in my opinion.
Take a look at online schools we talk about here (The Big 3, WGU and other competency-based programs), look at taking CLEP and DSST exams, etc. There are probably plenty of options to get your degree so that you have it before your big move back home and can find an even better job than you planned.
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GGU Certificate in Management - 2000
TECEP - Technical Writing 84% (3cr), English Comp II 79% (3cr), Applied LibArts Math 90% (3cr), Public Relations 70% (3cr), Computers 75% (3cr)
Penn Foster - Financial Management 92% (3cr UL)
DSST - Intro to Computers/437 (3cr), Prin of Pers Finance/458 (3cr) - 2011
CLEP - Management/69 (3cr UL), Marketing/67 (3cr UL) - 2011
ALEKS - Int Alg (3cr) - 2011, College Algebra (3cr) - 2015
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