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Coopersmith UL Courses @ TESU
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(06-23-2020, 05:47 PM)dfrecore Wrote:
(06-23-2020, 01:45 PM)indivinefavor Wrote:  
Thank you for the inquiry. All of the courses you listed will transfer into TESU. Seven of the courses transfer in as PSY- courses and two as Counseling (COU). The two COU- courses would be eligible to fulfill credits in your "Electives" section. The seven PSY courses would fulfill credits in your major section (AOS). See below for the specific transfer equivalencies.
 
PSY-325: Career Counseling >> TESU COU-473
PSY-310: Foundations of Stress Management >> TESU COU-423

So I'm assuming these are "Free Electives" and not any other kind since it wasn't specified.  Good to know.

I wouldn't take these 2 since they won't count towards your UL needed.

Foundations of Stress Management came in for me as UL SOS-320 (Management of Stress and Tension). It was used in my BALS UL AOS. Sounds like they made some changes.
TESU BALS March 2020!
Study.com (24) StraighterLine (33) Sophia (10) SHU and GCU (26) TEEX (6) Coopersmith (12) CSMLearn (3) TESU (6)
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(06-24-2020, 09:41 AM)suzycupcake Wrote:
(06-23-2020, 05:47 PM)dfrecore Wrote:
(06-23-2020, 01:45 PM)indivinefavor Wrote:  
Thank you for the inquiry. All of the courses you listed will transfer into TESU. Seven of the courses transfer in as PSY- courses and two as Counseling (COU). The two COU- courses would be eligible to fulfill credits in your "Electives" section. The seven PSY courses would fulfill credits in your major section (AOS). See below for the specific transfer equivalencies.
 
PSY-325: Career Counseling >> TESU COU-473
PSY-310: Foundations of Stress Management >> TESU COU-423

So I'm assuming these are "Free Electives" and not any other kind since it wasn't specified.  Good to know.

I wouldn't take these 2 since they won't count towards your UL needed.

Foundations of Stress Management came in for me as UL SOS-320 (Management of Stress and Tension). It was used in my BALS UL AOS. Sounds like they made some changes.

Yes, that's unfortunate because I was going to take this one first lol! I think I'll double check that one...when you transfer this course in?
TESU BALS degree plan

"Step forward into your life as you did when you were a child, when you believed anything was possible."
- Vince Gowmon

TESU BALS...shooting for December 2020 graduation

Pending Completion by 7/31/2020:
Coopersmith (3 credits): Foundations of Stress Management (TESU SOS-320)
CSM Learn (3 credits)
Completed:
Sophia (17 credits): Psych, Sociology, Ancient Greek, Visual Comm, Project Mgmt, Essentials of Conflict, Developing Effective Teams
Straighterline (15 Credits): Cultural Anthropology, Intro to Criminal Justice, Business Stats, Western Civ I, American Gov't
CLEP (15 credits): A&I Literature, College Composition, Principles of Marketing             
DSST (18 credits): Here's to Your Health, Substance Abuse, Intro to World Religions, Environment & Humanity, Business Ethics & Society, HR Management
WGU (36 credits)
FEMA (38 credits)
NA credits (140 qtr hrs)
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#13
End of 2019 in I believe, October.
TESU BALS March 2020!
Study.com (24) StraighterLine (33) Sophia (10) SHU and GCU (26) TEEX (6) Coopersmith (12) CSMLearn (3) TESU (6)
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#14
(06-24-2020, 09:41 AM)suzycupcake Wrote:
(06-23-2020, 05:47 PM)dfrecore Wrote:
(06-23-2020, 01:45 PM)indivinefavor Wrote:  
Thank you for the inquiry. All of the courses you listed will transfer into TESU. Seven of the courses transfer in as PSY- courses and two as Counseling (COU). The two COU- courses would be eligible to fulfill credits in your "Electives" section. The seven PSY courses would fulfill credits in your major section (AOS). See below for the specific transfer equivalencies.
 
PSY-325: Career Counseling >> TESU COU-473
PSY-310: Foundations of Stress Management >> TESU COU-423

So I'm assuming these are "Free Electives" and not any other kind since it wasn't specified.  Good to know.

I wouldn't take these 2 since they won't count towards your UL needed.

Foundations of Stress Management came in for me as UL SOS-320 (Management of Stress and Tension). It was used in my BALS UL AOS. Sounds like they made some changes.

I talked with Suzy a lot before taking my classes with Coopersmith so a lot of our classes were the same. Foundations of Stress Management came in as SOS-320 for me as well. I transferred mine in March I believe. 
BALS Social Sciences - TESU 2020
ASNSM Computer Science - TESU 2020
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(06-26-2020, 12:26 PM)darthweezy Wrote:
(06-24-2020, 09:41 AM)suzycupcake Wrote:
(06-23-2020, 05:47 PM)dfrecore Wrote:
(06-23-2020, 01:45 PM)indivinefavor Wrote:  
Thank you for the inquiry. All of the courses you listed will transfer into TESU. Seven of the courses transfer in as PSY- courses and two as Counseling (COU). The two COU- courses would be eligible to fulfill credits in your "Electives" section. The seven PSY courses would fulfill credits in your major section (AOS). See below for the specific transfer equivalencies.
 
PSY-325: Career Counseling >> TESU COU-473
PSY-310: Foundations of Stress Management >> TESU COU-423

So I'm assuming these are "Free Electives" and not any other kind since it wasn't specified.  Good to know.

I wouldn't take these 2 since they won't count towards your UL needed.

Foundations of Stress Management came in for me as UL SOS-320 (Management of Stress and Tension). It was used in my BALS UL AOS. Sounds like they made some changes.

I talked with Suzy a lot before taking my classes with Coopersmith so a lot of our classes were the same. Foundations of Stress Management came in as SOS-320 for me as well. I transferred mine in March I believe. 

Thanks for the input guys. I got sidetracked with my Sophia courses, that I forgot to ask. Hopefully, this was a mistake or maybe they're going by the July catalogue...hmmm, we'll see.
TESU BALS degree plan

"Step forward into your life as you did when you were a child, when you believed anything was possible."
- Vince Gowmon

TESU BALS...shooting for December 2020 graduation

Pending Completion by 7/31/2020:
Coopersmith (3 credits): Foundations of Stress Management (TESU SOS-320)
CSM Learn (3 credits)
Completed:
Sophia (17 credits): Psych, Sociology, Ancient Greek, Visual Comm, Project Mgmt, Essentials of Conflict, Developing Effective Teams
Straighterline (15 Credits): Cultural Anthropology, Intro to Criminal Justice, Business Stats, Western Civ I, American Gov't
CLEP (15 credits): A&I Literature, College Composition, Principles of Marketing             
DSST (18 credits): Here's to Your Health, Substance Abuse, Intro to World Religions, Environment & Humanity, Business Ethics & Society, HR Management
WGU (36 credits)
FEMA (38 credits)
NA credits (140 qtr hrs)
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#16
(06-26-2020, 10:07 PM)indivinefavor Wrote:
(06-26-2020, 12:26 PM)darthweezy Wrote:
(06-24-2020, 09:41 AM)suzycupcake Wrote:
(06-23-2020, 05:47 PM)dfrecore Wrote:
(06-23-2020, 01:45 PM)indivinefavor Wrote:  
Thank you for the inquiry. All of the courses you listed will transfer into TESU. Seven of the courses transfer in as PSY- courses and two as Counseling (COU). The two COU- courses would be eligible to fulfill credits in your "Electives" section. The seven PSY courses would fulfill credits in your major section (AOS). See below for the specific transfer equivalencies.
 
PSY-325: Career Counseling >> TESU COU-473
PSY-310: Foundations of Stress Management >> TESU COU-423

So I'm assuming these are "Free Electives" and not any other kind since it wasn't specified.  Good to know.

I wouldn't take these 2 since they won't count towards your UL needed.

Foundations of Stress Management came in for me as UL SOS-320 (Management of Stress and Tension). It was used in my BALS UL AOS. Sounds like they made some changes.

I talked with Suzy a lot before taking my classes with Coopersmith so a lot of our classes were the same. Foundations of Stress Management came in as SOS-320 for me as well. I transferred mine in March I believe. 

Thanks for the input guys. I got sidetracked with my Sophia courses, that I forgot to ask. Hopefully, this was a mistake or maybe they're going by the July catalogue...hmmm, we'll see.

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!! TESU responded and basically said...whoops...you guys were right lol! So, yay...I can take Foundations of Stress now. 

Good morning,

 
Well, in our system I have that course listed as PSY310A and the PSY310 shows the COU course I listed. However, it appears on the NCCRS site they changed PSY310 to PSY312 (The COU course) and so now PSY310 is the Foundations of Stress course, which will transfer in as SOS-320.
 
Thank you!
 
As a member of the Office of Academic Advising, I look forward to working closely with you in order to ensure your continued success.  Should you need additional support, inquiries may be sent via email to academicadvising@tesu.edu (please note your degree program in the subject line). In addition to this service, I encourage you to schedule an advising appointment.  During these personalized meetings, you will receive comprehensive counseling which will enrich your academic experience.
TESU BALS degree plan

"Step forward into your life as you did when you were a child, when you believed anything was possible."
- Vince Gowmon

TESU BALS...shooting for December 2020 graduation

Pending Completion by 7/31/2020:
Coopersmith (3 credits): Foundations of Stress Management (TESU SOS-320)
CSM Learn (3 credits)
Completed:
Sophia (17 credits): Psych, Sociology, Ancient Greek, Visual Comm, Project Mgmt, Essentials of Conflict, Developing Effective Teams
Straighterline (15 Credits): Cultural Anthropology, Intro to Criminal Justice, Business Stats, Western Civ I, American Gov't
CLEP (15 credits): A&I Literature, College Composition, Principles of Marketing             
DSST (18 credits): Here's to Your Health, Substance Abuse, Intro to World Religions, Environment & Humanity, Business Ethics & Society, HR Management
WGU (36 credits)
FEMA (38 credits)
NA credits (140 qtr hrs)
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(06-23-2020, 01:45 PM)indivinefavor Wrote: PSY-305: Drugs, Society, and Human Behavior >> TESU PSY-338

Just got a passing score back on this one from Coopersmith and had it sent in to TESU. Should be my last credits needed for my BALS!! Thanks for the tip!
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