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Fast Turnaround from CMS Learn for Quantitative Literacy
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looks like I better get on this. Judging by the policy update issued by TESU, starting July 1 I am guessing they will not allow this course to count as quantative
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(06-18-2019, 10:27 AM)kevro64 Wrote: looks like I better get on this. Judging by the policy update issued by TESU, starting July 1 I am guessing they will not allow this course to count as quantative

What change that they are making would make you think this course wouldn't count for Quantitative Literacy?
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@kevro64 I think you mixed up quantitative literacy with information literacy.
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ACE TESU  armstrongsubero@kevro64 I think you mixed up quantitative literacy with information literacy.

It does count as quantitative 



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(06-18-2019, 12:02 PM)mysonx3 Wrote:
(06-18-2019, 10:27 AM)kevro64 Wrote: looks like I better get on this. Judging by the policy update issued by TESU, starting July 1 I am guessing they will not allow this course to count as quantative

What change that they are making would make you think this course wouldn't count for Quantitative Literacy?

they are reviewing all ACE credit providers. The good news is CSMLearn is only one of two approved. Study.com has not yet been approved, I am done with study.com in any case. The remainder of my credits will be CLEP, Uexcel, TESU and Dine College (it is accredited, online, affordable and transferable). CLEP, DSST are not changing. ACE providers are all under review.https://www.tesu.edu/academics/catalog/p...-directory
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(06-18-2019, 10:27 AM)kevro64 Wrote: looks like I better get on this. Judging by the policy update issued by TESU, starting July 1 I am guessing they will not allow this course to count as quantative
@kevro64 Oh I know it counts, I only said that cause of this statement you made of it not counting as you cant transfer in information literacy anymore.
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MITx to ALM in ES: Management, Harvard University (Planned...2021)


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BA Computer Science, TESU
BA Liberal Studies, TESU
AS  Natural Science and Mathematics, TESU  

SL (27 Cr): Eng Com I II, Ameri Gov, Reli, Nutri, Envi Sci, Cul Ant, Med Ter, IT Fund
Shmoop (18 Cr): Hist Tech, Hu Sex, Med Lit, Bible Lit, Prof Wrtng, E-Com
Sophia (11 Cr): Col Alg, Info Tech, Pub Speak, Effe Teams, Manag Con
TEEX (5 Cr): Cyb Ever, IT Prof, Info Risk Man  Aleks (9 Cr): Beg. Alg, Inter. Alg, Trig
ED4Credit (3 Cr): Man Info Sys   CPCU (2 Cr): Ethics
TESU (4 Cr): Corner, Capstone  Study.com (39 Cr): Pres. Skills, C Prog, Disc Math, Comp Arch, Op Sys, DB Man, Sys Analy, Calc I, Forensic Sci, Geometry, Intro Prog, Data Str
B&M (46 Cr)



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(06-18-2019, 12:54 PM)armstrongsubero Wrote:
(06-18-2019, 10:27 AM)kevro64 Wrote: looks like I better get on this. Judging by the policy update issued by TESU, starting July 1 I am guessing they will not allow this course to count as quantative
@kevro64 Oh I know it counts, I only said that cause of this statement you made of it not counting as you cant transfer in information literacy anymore.

ha! I am working on logic statements right now! better double check my work! Big Grin
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#17
The platform sounds awesome. I hope they come up with something that would fulfill the TESU BSBA College Algebra requirement. I don't need electives so I can't use the credits.
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(06-19-2019, 10:42 PM)Muldoon Wrote: The platform sounds awesome. I hope they come up with something that would fulfill the TESU BSBA College Algebra requirement. I don't need electives so I can't use the credits.

depends what your BSBA concentration is? The CSM Learn course does count as Quantitative Business Analysis at TESU. Then you could skip algebra and take statistics instead of algebra. I believe that meets your quantitative and math requirements. If this God send of a course (CSM) did not come along I would have taken Straighter line statistics. No easy pass but at least at Straighterline if you do well on your unit tests it gives you have a little wiggle room on the proctored final.   This mathphobe LOVES CSM! Welcome to modern learning theory! I actually look forward to logging into  the challenge of CSM everyday. Makes math fun(ish)!
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#19
Will this class satisfy the BALS math requirement??

Oh God please say yes .....

edited to add that I see it says this about TESU:
BUS-210 Quantitative Methods for Decision Makers

can be used to satisfy 3 credits of the general education Quantitative Literacy requirement, the general education Natural Sciences requirement, a Statistics requirement, the general education Intellectual or Practice Skills requirement, or as a general education elective.

either way I could use this as a Gen Ed elective but it would be FABULOUS if this could satisfy BALS req.
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suzycupcake Wrote:Will this class satisfy the BALS math requirement??

Oh God please say yes .....

edited to add that I see it says this about TESU:
BUS-210 Quantitative Methods for Decision Makers

can be used to satisfy 3 credits of the general education Quantitative Literacy requirement, the general education Natural Sciences requirement, a Statistics requirement, the general education Intellectual or Practice Skills requirement, or as a general education elective.

either way I could use this as a Gen Ed elective but it would be FABULOUS if this could satisfy BALS req.

YES, it does!  If ALEKS isn't your flavor, then CSMLearn can be!  That's the only "Math" requirement in the BALS! 
In your quoted text above... It states can be used to satisfy 3 credits of the general education Quantitative Literacy requirement.  
You can also check TESU BALS link, there is no mention of math but Quantitative Literacy: https://www.tesu.edu/heavin/ba/liberal-studies
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