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Cheapest grad schools per credit
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(10-15-2018, 08:47 PM)cardiacclep Wrote: https://wiche.edu/wue

The Western Undergraduate Exchange and Graduate might help with cheaper rates for out of state students. Obviously, applies to states west of of Colorado including the Dakotas. Might help someone here.

That’s for undergraduate course work.
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(03-16-2018, 11:51 AM)cookderosa Wrote: Cheap grad credit on its own isn't necessarily *useful* unless you use it as an alternative approach to upper level undergrad credit (TESU allows that) or if you can use it as a +18 option for secondary teachers or 18 credit bundles beyond a master's degree for community college teachers.

Do you know if CC's would accept 18 NA credits along with an RA unrelated Masters? Would they notice they were NA and consider me less qualified? Thanks!
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My MBA with Southeastern Oklahoma State University is $330 per credit hour or $990 per course. It is AACSB-Accredited and has been phenomenal. It is cheap but in no way has it been a cake walk. I have been promoted a couple times already and may become VP with the bank I work for in 2019.


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Biology

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AACSB-Accredited
Masters of Business Administration - 2019
Management
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Masters of Business Administration (MBA) - Management
Southeastern Oklahoma State University
AACSB-Accredited
Expected 2019

Courses Completed (8/12 - 4.0 GPA):
Principle Centered Leadership and Ethics
Contemporary Issues of Management
Research Methods
Management Information Systems
Competitive Advantage and Strategies
Accounting for Managers
Data Analysis for Managers
Financial Management

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Marketing Management
Strategic Management
Managerial Economics
Behavioral Management

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(11-25-2018, 05:24 PM)Ideas Wrote:
(03-16-2018, 11:51 AM)cookderosa Wrote: Cheap grad credit on its own isn't necessarily *useful* unless you use it as an alternative approach to upper level undergrad credit (TESU allows that) or if you can use it as a +18 option for secondary teachers or 18 credit bundles beyond a master's degree for community college teachers.

Do you know if CC's would accept 18 NA credits along with an RA unrelated Masters? Would they notice they were NA and consider me less qualified? Thanks!

Yikes, I can only guess, but I'm going to guess "no" for the reason that the credential requirement is part of their accreditation compliance, not just a preference. OTOH, I think that scenario would work fine at an NA college/university.
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(11-25-2018, 06:21 PM)ThatBankDude Wrote: My MBA with Southeastern Oklahoma State University is $330 per credit hour or $990 per course. It is AACSB-Accredited and has been phenomenal. It is cheap but in no way has it been a cake walk. I have been promoted a couple times already and may become VP with the bank I work for in 2019.


East Central University
Bachelors of Science - 2015
Biology

Southeastern Oklahoma State University
AACSB-Accredited
Masters of Business Administration - 2019
Management

Congrats on your promotions! I hope you get that big promotion in 2019!
Working on TESU BA CompSci/English, but may not graduate until Sept, Dec, or later.
TESU BSBA (with ASNSM) in March 2018.
First Masters complete. Slowly working on a second Masters but may start a different program.
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