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Fire Service Supervision and Community Safety Educators - NE at TESU?
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I'm trying to hammer out a path with an advisor.

Seems like a nice and knowledgeable guy, I just want to ensure my maximum amount of credits are brought in.

Right now, he is suggesting a Bachelors in Liberal Studies - Criminal Justice (BA.LSCJ).

They are saying that my NFA classes are NE, which says No Equivalency.

One is being listed as FIS-391 / 1cr.
The other is coming in as HRM-331 / 1cr Human Resources Management (I assume that's it, anyway)

What have yours been brought in as?

He is saying that they are more applied than theoretical, I am unsure how that is a negative in this degree path, so I have asked for some clarification.

OH

Also, he is saying that SL IT fundamentals is *not* good for the InfoLit requirement. I have inquired as to why.

My TEEX Cyber 101 didn't come in at all, so I am checking on that today, as well.

Happy Veterans Day!
Angel 
Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies Thomas Edison State University 2018
Cert in Emergency Management -
Three Rivers CC 2017
Cert in Basic Police Ed - Walters State CC 1996


Current Goal: new job
Working on: securing funding I don't have to pay back for a Masters.
Up Next: Toying with Masters Programs
Finished: First Degree

Older Experience with: PLA / Portfolios, RPNow, Proctor U, ACE, NCCRS, DAVAR Academy (formerly Tor), Straighterline, TESU, Ed4Credit, Study.com, The Institutes, Kaplan, ALEKS, FEMA IS, NFA IS, brick & mortar community colleges, LOTS of vocational schools...


My list of academic courses:
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NE just means it is not a course from an RA school. It should still transfer. DSST, CLEP, ACE credit sources, etc. are all labeled as NE. Courses from RA colleges are considered TE, including challenge exams (CSU global cbe and uexcel). HRM and FIS typically won't fit in the AOS for liberal studies or in gen ed, they generally fall into free electives. Not all CJ courses fit into the liberal studies or gen ed sections either. Some CJ courses will only fall into free electives.
TESC AAS CJ, December 2015
Working on TESU BA CJ/PSY March 2018

TECEP: Marriage and Family, Abnormal Psy, Intro to Soc, Psy of Women, Public Relations, Computer Concepts and Applications, Liberal Arts Math
ECE: Cultural Diversity, Juvenile Delinquency, Workplace Communications, Business Information Systems
DSST: Criminal Justice, Principles of Supervision, Substance Abuse
PF: Principles of Loss Prevention, White Collar Crime, Criminal Law
Propero: Victimology, Criminology, Intro to Homeland Security, Juvenile Justice, Criminal Justice Ethics
The Institutes: Ethics Course
AP: American History
FHSU: Justice in the Information Age
NOCTI Business Solutions: Protective Services, Security and Protective Services
Schmoop: Drugs in Lit
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