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Need help finding graduate classes
#11
dfrecore Wrote:I still didn't see how many credits each course was.

When I look for UC Irvine Extension, it takes me to the Division of Continuing Education, which doesn't seem right.


https://ce.uci.edu/courses/sectiondetail...&sid=00211

Try this link, once you click on a course to purchase it should have the price and units towards the bottom, this one is 3.
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#12
I second the Harvard Extension School, relatively cheap and adds a bit of sparkle to the resume.
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#13
videogamesrock Wrote:You can take as many as you want to pay for. Majority are at the graduate level which are courses 200 and above. They are ok the quarter system and have different course numberings. 1-99 is LL, 100-199 is UL, 200+ is graduate.

400 series at UC is continuing education, which won't transfer to most schools for anything. Real grad courses are usually 200 series at UC.
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#14
videogamesrock Wrote:https://ce.uci.edu/courses/sectiondetail...&sid=00211

Try this link, once you click on a course to purchase it should have the price and units towards the bottom, this one is 3.

I'm worried these are CEU's rather than actual college credit. Since it's from the College of Continuing Education. But I will stop bothering you now.
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#15
Even if they yield credit instead of ceu, the 400s are likely worthless as transfer credit. It's your money and time though.
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#16
Yes do Harvard Ext. Might as well get some prestige.
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Certificate in the Study of Capitalism - University of Arkansas
BS, Business  Administration - Ashworth College
Certificates in Accounting & Finance 
BA, Regents Bachelor of Arts - West Virginia University
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#17
So the 400's count at UCLA as grad credit and transfer according to the catalog on page 8. https://grad.ucla.edu/gasaa/library/spfgs.pdf

According to the UCLA website 400 level won't apply to a MA/MS but will satisfy electives for the MBA/MPP/MPH. All three of those degrees will take graduate professional studies courses which is how they describe 400 level courses.
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BS, Business  Administration - Ashworth College
Certificates in Accounting & Finance 
BA, Regents Bachelor of Arts - West Virginia University
AAS & AGS
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#18
How do you feel about data? You could do the TESU graduate certificate in Data Analytics - 4 classes, each is 4 weeks long and costs $500ish (there are discounts for academic affiliation, so you should qualify). A couple of catches: the classes are through Statistics.com - you'll transcribe them to ACE, and then apply at TESU for the certificate. And the other biggie, they're offered on a very tight schedule: Risk/Simulation/Queuing is offered in May & November, and that's a prereq for Financial Risk Modeling, which is offered once a year in June. Regression Analysis (which is not the same as Logistic Regression) is offered 3 times a year, and Integer/Nonlinear Programming is offered once a year, in September. Three of the classes deal with operations research & risk. Regression is more broadly applicable. Also, the ops classes have an undergrad foundation course, Optimization. However, Optimiz, Risk/Sim, and Integer/Nonlin are taught by the same professor and use the same text, so you could do the optimiz work without taking the class, to give you the foundation for the other 2. Regression you can do with intro stats knowledge, and Fin Risk is based upon Risk/Sim.

So the timing is tricky, but they're quick and cheap and give you a RA grad certificate of 12 credits in analytics.

UCI Extension are CEUs - they have articulation agreements with a few grad programs (very few).
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