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sanantone Wrote:TEEX can count as business electives. There is no room for the NFA courses, because they would be free electives. The Kaplan PLA course might count as intellectual and practical skills if it's considered the equivalent of TESC's courses. If it's not counted as gen ed, then it will be a free elective that you have no room for.

Do you know if you can fulfill General Education Electives with an ALEKS course? Something like College Algebra or Intermediate Algebra (whatever's easier)? After doing some more research I'm leaning towards pursuing the track that KayV laid out above for the BA in Social Science. It seems to make the most sense. I just want to make sure there are no duplicates or anything before moving forward.
Yes, you can use any of the ACE-approved ALEKS courses for gen ed except for Beginning Algebra. That's not accepted at all. All of the statistics courses duplicate, College Algebra and College Algebra with Trig duplicate, and Trigonometry and Precalculus duplicate.
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That's awesome. Please do a more detailed post about your experience. It really helps people who trying to get started to hear a success story.
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(07-17-2018, 12:45 PM)davewill Wrote: That's awesome. Please do a more detailed post about your experience. It really helps people who trying to get started to hear a success story.

Thanks for the encouragement, I decided to post more details in a separate thread here -

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