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New Sophia Freebie?
#51
So if you take both of these, and then find 1 random general ed credit, you can fulfill 1 general ed course? hmm.
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#52
i needed to take a break from studying Cisco stuff so I knocked out this course. Took about half an hour or so, but i didn't read any of the material. i rushed through the quizzes and took advantage of the open book option on the final exam.

it's all mostly common sense stuff. Typical management stuff.

(02-25-2018, 12:14 PM)icampy Wrote: So if you take both of these, and then find 1 random general ed credit, you can fulfill 1 general ed course? hmm.

If I recall correctly, the first one ended up not counting as general ed? I could be wrong. No idea if SOS-240 Conflict Resolution would count as gen ed (i suspect it does?), but other smarties here probably know. 
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BA Psychology, Thomas Edison State University, 2016
AA Sociology, Chaffey College, 2015
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#53
(02-27-2018, 01:00 PM)jsd Wrote: i needed to take a break from studying Cisco stuff so I knocked out this course. Took about half an hour or so, but i didn't read any of the material. i rushed through the quizzes and took advantage of the open book option on the final exam.

it's all mostly common sense stuff. Typical management stuff.

(02-25-2018, 12:14 PM)icampy Wrote: So if you take both of these, and then find 1 random general ed credit, you can fulfill 1 general ed course? hmm.

If I recall correctly, the first one ended up not counting as general ed? I could be wrong. No idea if SOS-240 Conflict Resolution would count as gen ed (i suspect it does?), but other smarties here probably know. 

The first one is Business (HRM) but the newer one is Social Science (SOS) so will count under many different areas; Knowledge of Human Cultures, Gen Ed Electives, even AOS for a BALS, which is nice for anyone that might be short a credit there.
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#54
I could use exaclty 1 free science credit...
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Straighterline (27 Cr): Eng Comp I, Eng Comp II, American Government,  Religion,  Nutrition, Environmental Science, Cultural Anthropology, Medical Terminology, IT Fundamentals

Shmoop (18 Cr): History of Technology, Human Sexuality, Media Literacy, Bible as Literature, Professional Writing, E-Commerce

Sophia (11 Cr): College Algebra, Intro to Info Technology, Public Speaking, Developing Effective Teams, Essentials of Managing Conflict

TEEX (4 Cr): Cyber Security for Everyone, IT Professionals  Aleks (6 Cr): Beg. Algebra, Inter. Algebra

ED4Credit (3 Cr): Managing Info Systems   CPCU (2 Cr): Ethics 312

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(02-27-2018, 01:10 PM)dfrecore Wrote: The first one is Business (HRM) but the newer one is Social Science (SOS) so will count under many different areas; Knowledge of Human Cultures, Gen Ed Electives, even AOS for a BALS, which is nice for anyone that might be short a credit there.

Nice to be wrong, in that case! That means just one of them can make up for the credit shortage that The Institutes' Ethics course causes.
BS IT Security, Western Governors University, 2018
BA Psychology, Thomas Edison State University, 2016
AA Sociology, Chaffey College, 2015
IT Industry Certs: CCNA Security, CCNA, CCENT, Linux+,
   LPIC-1, Security+, Network+, Project+, A+, & CIW SDA.
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