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EC and double dipping?
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Does EC allow double dipping? Can't find that information Sad
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If you mean that a single course can meet more than 1 requirement like COSC, no. But I think EC's requirements are a bit easier to do than COSC's anyway.
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(06-06-2020, 11:48 PM)dfrecore Wrote: If you mean that a single course can meet more than 1 requirement like COSC, no.  But I think EC's requirements are a bit easier to do than COSC's anyway.

Thanks! Yes, that's what I meant. 
Yeah, EC requirements look easier than COSC (especially now because of 30 RA credits requirement).
MSML, WGU 2022
BAS, UMPI, 2021
AAS, Pierpont C&TC, 2021

ACE (119): Sophia, 93; TEEX, 5; SDC, 12; ACTFL, 6
RA (50): ASU, 8; ONU, 3; UMPI, 39
NA (16) : UoPeople, 16
Other: ENEB/Isabel I, MBA (2021)
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(06-07-2020, 05:28 AM)NoStudentNoCry Wrote:
(06-06-2020, 11:48 PM)dfrecore Wrote: If you mean that a single course can meet more than 1 requirement like COSC, no.  But I think EC's requirements are a bit easier to do than COSC's anyway.

Thanks! Yes, that's what I meant. 
Yeah, EC requirements look easier than COSC (especially now because of 30 RA credits requirement).

What I meant was that there's no lab science, no "categories" of courses you need that are complicated (like Global Understanding or Non-US History or Culture).  It's just very simple: Humanities, SocSci, NatSci, Math, etc.).
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