Study.com has two different types of credit bearing courses. One type is the transferable credit courses that are either ACE or NCCRS recommended for credit. The other type is credit by exam where the course can be used as study material for the applicable exam such as DSST, CLEP, TECEP, ECE or other challenge exam. The two new psych courses are currently being listed as credit by exam, not transferable credit. When you click on the credit tab it will give you more details. The website is a bit confusing since it is listed as credit by exam but then directs you to a page about the college accelerator option.
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TESC AAS CJ, December 2015
Working on TESU BA CJ/PSY
TECEP: Marriage and Family (SOC-210), Abnormal Psychology (PSY-350), Intro to Sociology (SOC-101), Psychology of Women (PSY-270), Public Relations (COM-210), Computer Concepts and Applications (CIS-107), Applied Liberal Arts Math (MAT-105)
ECE: Cultural Diversity (SOC-322), Juvenile Delinquency (SOC-242), Workplace Communication with Computers (COM-300), Business Information Systems (CIS-102)
DSST: Criminal Justice (AOJ-102), Principles of Supervision (MAN-201), Substance Abuse (SOS-303)
PF: Principles of Loss Prevention (AOJ-136), White Collar Crime (AOJ-303)
Pearson Learning Solutions/Propero: Victimology (AOJ-380), Criminology (SOC-291)
Free Insurance Ethics Course: Issues in Ethics (PHI-379)
AP: American History I (HIS-113), American History II (HIS-114)
FHSU: Justice in the Information Age (AOJ-288)