I'm trying to decide between a second bachelors in psychology, social science or something more along the lines of engineering or computer science after getting my BSBA from TESC. I know everyone is going to ask what do I want to use the degree for. Frankly I don't know, but I'd like for employers to feel it's an asset that I have such a diverse background.
Mostly, I have very diverse interests, I love anthropology, sociology and psychology but I do have some talents in math etc. Time might also end up being a consideration. I can knock out 8 exams for social sciences and psychology in around 4 months. I just don't know if they would add "diversity" to my degree. Or maybe I should hold off, do an MBA and then come back for a degree in engineering or computer science when I'm not on such a hurry. Lol.
Unfortunately the link http://www9.georgetown.edu/grad/gppi...ment.Final.pdf no longer works. Is there a new report somewhere?
Working on BSBA from TESC
12 courses /36 Credits Left
AAS -Web Design 2003
82.5 BM credits over 10 years old
DSST: 2012 -Geology 58; 2014 -Money and Banking 64, Ethics in America 465, Intro to Computing 474
CLEP: 2013 -Sociology 58, US History I 65; 2014 Macroeconomics 71, Microeconomics 66, Principles of Management 72
SAYLOR: 2014 -Principles of Marketing 80%, -Corporate Communication 74%
ALEKS: Introduction to Statistics 76% (23 hours study time over 5 days)
Empire State College portfolio assessment of Saylor Small Business Management. --In progress