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Looking for UL Courses
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I'm looking for some upper courses in communications, sociology, and psychology. I've already checked out SDS, SL, Sophia, and Davar. I have found a few that will work for me. Just looking for others to keep in mind. Anyone know of any specific colleges that may offer them for inexpensive tuition without being admitted? Thanks!
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BS Organizational Leadership - CSU Global - in progress  - may be transferring to WGU into the BS Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing

AAS Business Administration - local community college
AS Individual Studies - local community college

Sophia: Environmental Science, Developing Effective Teams, The Essentials of Managing Conflict, College Algebra (in progress)

Planning on using SL and SDC in the future
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#2
Right now, Coopersmith looks good for UL Psych & Social Science courses, if your school takes NCCRS.  I took Abnormal Psych, Drugs, Society and Human Behavior, Family Therapy, and Foundations of Stress Managment from them, but they have plenty more.  $150 each plus the ProctorFU fee, targeted study guides included, textbooks optional but usually available at Amazon or eBay fairly cheaply.  https://www.coopersmithcc.net/shop/
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(05-28-2020, 08:18 PM)ss20ts Wrote: I'm looking for some upper courses in communications, sociology, and psychology. I've already checked out SDS, SL, Sophia, and Davar. I have found a few that will work for me. Just looking for others to keep in mind. Anyone know of any specific colleges that may offer them for inexpensive tuition without being admitted? Thanks!

Do a search of Purdue Global on this site. Purdue is offering FREE courses, 2 or 3 or which are upper level. You may not be able to squeeze under the wire for enrollment, but trying doesn't hurt.
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Thank you! I will check these both out.
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BS Organizational Leadership - CSU Global - in progress  - may be transferring to WGU into the BS Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing

AAS Business Administration - local community college
AS Individual Studies - local community college

Sophia: Environmental Science, Developing Effective Teams, The Essentials of Managing Conflict, College Algebra (in progress)

Planning on using SL and SDC in the future
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#5
Is 'SDS' Study.com? I would try there.
OnlineDegree
Intro to Marketing and Strategy ($9) | Intro to Microeconomics ($9)

Study
Intro to Managerial Accounting ($70) | Advanced Accounting ($70) | Managerial Accounting ($80) | Intermediate Accounting 2 ($90) | Intermediate Accounting I ($90) | Cybersecurity Policies & Management ($80) | Management Information Systems ($80) | Data Structures & Algorithms ($80) | Intro to Programming ($70) | Computer Architecture ($70) | Calculus ($80) Database Management ($80)
Systems Analysis & Design ($70) | Discrete Math ($80) | Intro to Operation Systems ($80)

Saylor.org
Intro to Computer Science I ($25)
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(05-29-2020, 10:41 AM)ctcarl Wrote: Right now, Coopersmith looks good for UL Psych & Social Science courses, if your school takes NCCRS.  I took Abnormal Psych, Drugs, Society and Human Behavior, Family Therapy, and Foundations of Stress Managment from them, but they have plenty more.  $150 each plus the ProctorFU fee, targeted study guides included, textbooks optional but usually available at Amazon or eBay fairly cheaply.  https://www.coopersmithcc.net/shop/

Are those courses easy? How long did it take you? I am pretty sure Excelsior accepts them and I need 24 UL credits.
Me:
Need: 27 UL credits
Currently Working On: Coopersmith Abnormal Psychology
Goal: BSLA at Excelsior by 2022. 

My son Tor (13 yrs): 
CLEPS passed: US Hist 1, A&I Lit, College Composition, Intro to Sociology, US Hist 2
ACE passed: Human Biology, College Algebra, Intro to Statistics (Sophia)
Currently Working on: Western Civ 1 CLEP, Astronomy @ ASU
Goal: AS in Math by 17 years old
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(06-16-2020, 05:50 PM)TorsMama Wrote:
(05-29-2020, 10:41 AM)ctcarl Wrote: Right now, Coopersmith looks good for UL Psych & Social Science courses, if your school takes NCCRS.  I took Abnormal Psych, Drugs, Society and Human Behavior, Family Therapy, and Foundations of Stress Managment from them, but they have plenty more.  $150 each plus the ProctorFU fee, targeted study guides included, textbooks optional but usually available at Amazon or eBay fairly cheaply.  https://www.coopersmithcc.net/shop/

Are those courses easy? How long did it take you? I am pretty sure Excelsior accepts them and I need 24 UL credits.

Yeah, I'm not going to answer those questions except to say that they're upper level, and self-paced, respectively.
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