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Cheap source of credits for veterans
#1
Colorado Mountain College offers their lowest tuition rates to veterans regardless of where they live. This means $57 per credit for lower level courses and $99 per credit for upper level courses. I don't know much about the school, but it is definitely worth looking into.
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TESC 2019 - 21 Post-bachelor accounting credits
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#2
SEMO also gives veterans instate tuition which is great if you are looking into a business school because they are also AACSB accredited. The tuition is not quite as low as what you describe though.
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#3
I am seriously considering some classes at CMC to beef up my transcript with more graded credits. At less than $200 per online course, it is too good to pass up.

It doesn't hurt that it is in my state and we have a guaranteed transfer program for lower level courses.

Maybe I will break 200 credits before finishing my Bachelor's.
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#4
I applied to CMC last week and have been accepted. They requested a DD214 and approved me for the veteran's rate tuition the next day. If the instructors are as helpful as the administration this is going to be a good experience. I didn't bother submitting my ACE transcript or my CCAF transcript for review, but I will post a list of the CLEP and DSST exams that they accept and how they are transcribed.
TESC 2015 - BSBA, Computer Information Systems

TESC 2019 - 21 Post-bachelor accounting credits
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#5
Do you happen to know about exams and proctoring?? Some schools don't have exams and so I'm keeping my fingers crossed you may say this school is one of those

This place is incredibly cheap, and as a military spouse I find that very exciting, thank you so much for posting this Smile
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#6
I only recently applied and I haven't taken any courses yet.
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#7
I don't know if it helps since the credits are not graded, but our program offers free cybersecurity classes and ACE credits.

TEEX Cybersecurity

These classes are made possible through a cooperative agreement between TEEX (Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service) and FEMA.
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GMT Wrote:Do you happen to know about exams and proctoring?? Some schools don't have exams and so I'm keeping my fingers crossed you may say this school is one of those

This place is incredibly cheap, and as a military spouse I find that very exciting, thank you so much for posting this Smile

All of the math classes require multiple proctored exams. I am not sure about the others.
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