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Help desperately needed w/ picking a school and making a plan. Any help appreciated!!
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(03-15-2019, 07:43 AM)sharsharky Wrote: Thank you so much! I greatly appreciate all your help! I think this is what I am going to do. I just need to search around on here to find the best source for each of these classes.  Smile  It feels so daunting, but I know it's doable! I just need to get started. Thanks again!

This will be easy in comparison to all that you have gone through and are going through. I wish you great success.

Here are some good places to start.

https://www.charteroak.edu/catalog/curre...m-list.pdf

https://study.com/directory/school/Chart...ransferTab

https://www.davaracademy.com/business.html
(Scroll down for COSC equivalencies)

https://www.straighterline.com/colleges/...uivalency/
I don't know what the future holds, but I know Who holds the future.
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I agree you should choose a school first. But honestly it depends what you want but you might consider a local school. If they accept community college credits and Clep/dsst (or even ace/NCCRS) you could graduate quickly. Lots o schools only requirement 30 credits in residence so do that while taking advantage of your full Pell grant and you could be done in a year. This potentially could be done cheaper than the big 3 too.

Whatever you do. I suggest choosing a school first and then a degree. Once youve got it nailed down. Start taking courses.
Goal: Bachelors Degree By 2019
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If you're looking for a Business Degree then you may also want to consider WGU https://www.wgu.edu/ - as many of your credits fall under gen eds and the business core.  Free to apply (you do have to send them your transcripts), they are quick to evaluate, and you can use your Pell Grant - that may even be faster and cheaper than taking anything through NMJR and the Big 3
Working on... MS-ITM @ WGU (start June 2019)
Thomas Edison State University (TESU) 
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(03-15-2019, 02:44 PM)allvia Wrote: Thanks so much for your advice! Now I'm just trying to figure out if I am closer to a BSBA at TESU or the Liberal Studies.  Smile 
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(03-15-2019, 02:44 PM)allvia Wrote: If you're looking for a Business Degree then you may also want to consider WGU https://www.wgu.edu/ - as many of your credits fall under gen eds and the business core.  Free to apply (you do have to send them your transcripts), they are quick to evaluate, and you can use your Pell Grant - that may even be faster and cheaper than taking anything through NMJR and the Big 3

Yes as far as speed is concerned I think WGU is the fastest way to earn a Bachelors now especially with prior credits.
Goal: Bachelors Degree By 2019
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