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Csmlearn @TESU
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I transfered the CSMlearn certificate to TESU to satisfy the quantitative literacy requirement. it transfered in but when I ran my evaluation it was coming in under the math section of the eval and kicked stats out from there which actually put me 3 credits lower than I would be if it came in under Quant literacy. I messaged academic advising to see what's up. Do you guys think there will be any problem having my stats class satisfy the math requirment and CSMlearn satisfy the quantitative literacy requirment? It seems like it shouldn't be but you never know I guess. I'm enrolled in a BSBA with a concentration in Finance. Thanks!
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Things bounce around all the time and I’ve never had an issue having something moved. You should be good.
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Ouch, you didn't take College Algebra? You're stuck if you're in the BSBA, for BALS, you can use that CSM Course for the BSBA, it is only used for the Stat requirement, therefore bumping out your original stats course... Take a week or two with ALEKS and College Algebra, it's the cheapest/easiest/fastest option, or Saylor/CLEP/MS - whichever provider floats your boat...
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(01-13-2020, 05:45 PM)bjcheung77 Wrote: Ouch, you didn't take College Algebra?  You're stuck if you're in the BSBA, for BALS, you can use that CSM Course for the BSBA, it is only used for the Stat requirement, therefore bumping out your original stats course...  Take a week or two with ALEKS and College Algebra, it's the cheapest/easiest/fastest option, or Saylor/CLEP/MS - whichever provider floats your boat...
Really? The advisor emailed me back and said he switched it and said I was good to go.

On my eval it says "exception allow bus 210" by the quantitative literacy space. So idk what that means...
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So what happened with all the finance classes?

Can you upload your current evaluation for finance?
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(01-13-2020, 05:45 PM)bjcheung77 Wrote: Ouch, you didn't take College Algebra?  You're stuck if you're in the BSBA, for BALS, you can use that CSM Course for the BSBA, it is only used for the Stat requirement, therefore bumping out your original stats course...  Take a week or two with ALEKS and College Algebra, it's the cheapest/easiest/fastest option, or Saylor/CLEP/MS - whichever provider floats your boat...

I used SDC's Quantitative Literacy. Much easier/faster than having to re-learn algebra.
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(01-13-2020, 08:49 PM)LevelUP Wrote: So what happened with all the finance classes?

Can you upload your current evaluation for finance?

I will upload later. Long story short all my UL AOS classes were approved. I didn't have to fill out a demonstration of currency because only 6 of my 18 AOS credits were 7 years old or older. They told me if 9 or more credits were 7 years or older I would have to fill out the form.

(01-13-2020, 09:17 PM)tjguitar85 Wrote:
(01-13-2020, 05:45 PM)bjcheung77 Wrote: Ouch, you didn't take College Algebra?  You're stuck if you're in the BSBA, for BALS, you can use that CSM Course for the BSBA, it is only used for the Stat requirement, therefore bumping out your original stats course...  Take a week or two with ALEKS and College Algebra, it's the cheapest/easiest/fastest option, or Saylor/CLEP/MS - whichever provider floats your boat...

I used SDC's Quantitative Literacy. Much easier/faster than having to re-learn algebra.
Did you apply it to a BSBA degree? What SDC course number is that?
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(01-13-2020, 05:41 PM)zebra cow Wrote: I transfered the CSMlearn certificate to TESU to satisfy the quantitative literacy requirement. it transfered in but when I ran my evaluation it was coming in under the math section of the eval and kicked stats out from there which actually put me 3 credits lower than I would be if it came in under Quant literacy. I messaged academic advising to see what's up. Do you guys think there will be any problem having my stats class satisfy the math requirment and CSMlearn satisfy the quantitative literacy requirment? It seems like it shouldn't be but you never know I guess. I'm enrolled in a BSBA with a concentration in Finance. Thanks!

I think you'll be ok, just ask them to move it to Quant Lit.  Report back and let us know what they say.
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(01-14-2020, 11:05 AM)dfrecore Wrote:
(01-13-2020, 05:41 PM)zebra cow Wrote: I transfered the CSMlearn certificate to TESU to satisfy the quantitative literacy requirement. it transfered in but when I ran my evaluation it was coming in under the math section of the eval and kicked stats out from there which actually put me 3 credits lower than I would be if it came in under Quant literacy. I messaged academic advising to see what's up. Do you guys think there will be any problem having my stats class satisfy the math requirment and CSMlearn satisfy the quantitative literacy requirment? It seems like it shouldn't be but you never know I guess. I'm enrolled in a BSBA with a concentration in Finance. Thanks!

I think you'll be ok, just ask them to move it to Quant Lit.  Report back and let us know what they say.
I just got the email saying the will not use it towards quant lit. If I take study.com mat 107 will this work for me? It says it transfers to TESU as MAT-119.
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(01-14-2020, 11:11 AM)zebra cow Wrote:
(01-14-2020, 11:05 AM)dfrecore Wrote:
(01-13-2020, 05:41 PM)zebra cow Wrote: I transfered the CSMlearn certificate to TESU to satisfy the quantitative literacy requirement. it transfered in but when I ran my evaluation it was coming in under the math section of the eval and kicked stats out from there which actually put me 3 credits lower than I would be if it came in under Quant literacy. I messaged academic advising to see what's up. Do you guys think there will be any problem having my stats class satisfy the math requirment and CSMlearn satisfy the quantitative literacy requirment? It seems like it shouldn't be but you never know I guess. I'm enrolled in a BSBA with a concentration in Finance. Thanks!

I think you'll be ok, just ask them to move it to Quant Lit.  Report back and let us know what they say.
I just got the email saying the will not use it towards quant lit. If I take study.com mat 107 will this work for me? It says it transfers to TESU as MAT-119.

Ok, that's new.  Fairly recently, you could use it for either College Algebra/Quant Lit or Stats requirement.

Yes, Mat 107 should work.  Although with that course under your belt, you might want to give an exam a shot - Saylor's College Algebra would work if you want fast/cheap.  So will ALEKS.  Davar.

If you opt for Study.com, you should add MAT 102: College Mathematics and MAT 101: College Algebra and do the placement tests for them.  That should get you a good chunk of the way through MAT 105 before you even start.
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