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Graduate from ESC, 2nd degree via GRE from COSC?
#1
I'm on track to finish my Liberal Arts degree from Excelsior this semester. I see that Charter Oak will grant between 18 and 24 credits for GRE depending on subject.

Im wondering if I can enroll at Charter Oak, transfer over my bachelors from Excelsior, take the GRE, then finish up a second degree quickly. Anyone done this?
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#2
Are the GRE credits that different from what you have in your first degree?
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7/01/2019: Study - Cybersecurity Policies and Management
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6/23/2019: Study - Data Structures and Algorithms ($80)
6/18/2019: Study - Intro to Programming ($70)
6/11/2019: Study - Computer Architecture ($70)
6/07/2019: Study - Calculus ($80)
5/29/2019: Study - Computer Science 303: Database Management ($80)
4/25/2019: Study - Systems Analysis & Design ($70)
4/22/2019: Study - Discrete Math ($80)
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#3
Actually it looks like I can.
https://www.charteroak.edu/catalog/curre...degree.php
15 need to be upper level, and the 24 credit GREs count for 9 upper level. so i would just need 6 more UL credit to get the degree in Computer Science for example.

(09-14-2019, 11:43 AM)udi Wrote: Are the GRE credits that different from what you have in your first degree?

Yes, for pretty much all of the GREs
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#4
There's no degree in computer science there. It's a general studies degree with a computer science concentration.
Udi's Completed Courses (for credit)

7/01/2019: Study - Cybersecurity Policies and Management
6/27/2019: Study - Management Information Systems ($80)
6/23/2019: Study - Data Structures and Algorithms ($80)
6/18/2019: Study - Intro to Programming ($70)
6/11/2019: Study - Computer Architecture ($70)
6/07/2019: Study - Calculus ($80)
5/29/2019: Study - Computer Science 303: Database Management ($80)
4/25/2019: Study - Systems Analysis & Design ($70)
4/22/2019: Study - Discrete Math ($80)
4/15/2019: Study - Intro to Operation Systems ($80)
3/15/2019: Saylor - Introduction to Computer Science I ($25)
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#5
30 credits, 15 must be UL. More details here: https://www.charteroak.edu/catalog/curre...degree.php
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#6
So are you trying to get a BALS/BSLS and then turn around and get a computer science degree from somewhere? If so, you should just stop your BALS/BSLS, and get the degree you want. Why waste time and money on a degree you obviously don't want/need?
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#7
Which test would you be taking? The GRE subject test for computer science was discontinued years ago.
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#8
I intend on getting a masters degree after my liberal arts degree. the second degree idea is pure vanity and ego, and nothing more. Getting the first degree is meaningful to me in that it represents the completion of a decade's long pursuit. Will it have any impact on my career whether I have a computer science or liberal arts degree? Not likely. It just sounds cool to say I have two bachelors.
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