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9/11 GI BILL QUESTION
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QUICK QUESTION... 

I HAVE 12 MONTHS LEFT ON MY POST 9/11 GI BILL, AND I HAVE NEVER TAKEN ACCELERATED COURSES (7 WEEKS LONG) BEFORE SO I AM UNSURE HOW THIS AFFECTS THE USAGE; HOWEVER, LONG STORY SHORT THERE IS AN MBA PROGRAM AT A SCHOOL NOT TOO FAR FROM ME THAT SEEMS LIKE I CAN FINISH IN A YEAR (LINK BELOW).  IF I CAN FINISH IT IN THAT TIME FRAME WILL THE GI BILL COVER THE ENTIRE DEGREE OR WOULD IT PRORATE THE PAYMENTS SOMEHOW?

HERE IS THE PROGRAM: https://westliberty.edu/westbusiness/pro...ealthcare/
A.A.S. IN RESPIRATORY CARE (LOCAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE): 2007
A.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE (LOCAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE): 2015
B.S.A.S.T IN RESPIRATORY CARE (TESU) 2015
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I can't help with how much it'll cost, if anything. Hopefully, it covers everything. However, if it does turn out that this is something that you can do, I would highly suggest preparing by going to Sophia.org and taking any business courses (especially accounting) that you didn't already take for your degree. At a flat rate of $89 for all the courses you can take, this would help prepare you for taking classes quickly. Plus, it would help you to gain familiarity with both accounting and management terms that might come up in the degree, allowing you to move through it in a timely manner.
In progress:
Pierpont - AAS BOG
TESU - BA Computer Science; BSBA CIS; ASNSM Math & CS; ASBA


Completed:
Sophia (30 courses), The Institutes (old), Study.com (5 courses)
ASU: Human Origins, Astronomy, Intro Health & Wellness, Western Civilization, Computer Appls & Info Technology, Intro Programming
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(05-23-2021, 03:54 AM)rachel83az Wrote: I can't help with how much it'll cost, if anything. Hopefully, it covers everything. However, if it does turn out that this is something that you can do, I would highly suggest preparing by going to Sophia.org and taking any business courses (especially accounting) that you didn't already take for your degree. At a flat rate of $89 for all the courses you can take, this would help prepare you for taking classes quickly. Plus, it would help you to gain familiarity with both accounting and management terms that might come up in the degree, allowing you to move through it in a timely manner.
Thanks. I am not so much worried about the content, just wondering how the GI bill deals with these 7 week courses. I think I will be fine, just seeking assurance
A.A.S. IN RESPIRATORY CARE (LOCAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE): 2007
A.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE (LOCAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE): 2015
B.S.A.S.T IN RESPIRATORY CARE (TESU) 2015
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In my experience they are treated like 8 wk and 16 wk courses. You may have leftover time when you do those.

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