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(09-01-2022, 11:17 AM)bluebooger Wrote: (09-01-2022, 09:31 AM)nomaduser Wrote: They also require high GRE math score:

"Strong GRE Quantitative and Analytical scores. (Typical acceptable scores are near 160 for the quantitative section or 4.0 or better on the new Analytical Writing section.) "

is this it ?

sample questions

https://www.ets.org/gre/revised_general/..._reasoning

overview

https://www.ets.org/gre/revised_general/..._reasoning

Lol yeah, elementary math again

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(09-01-2022, 09:40 AM)sarahmac Wrote: (09-01-2022, 06:31 AM)dfrecore Wrote: SNHU is $320/cr, and they take 90cr of ACE. I think a full math degree there would end up costing less than TESU ($9600 for 30 graded credits).

Is this presuming you only take RA math classes? Because TESU's math degree can be done almost entirely with alt credit. The only math class you have to take in the 16 cr term is Calc 3..

A: Calculus I 3SH

SDC, SL or Sophia

B: Calculus II 3SH

SL

C: Calculus III 3SH

TESU (UL)

D: Linear Algebra 3SH

Coopersmith (UL)

E: Probablty/Stats 3SH

Sophia or TECEP if you're mil-affiliated

F: AOS Electives 15SH

STA-399 Special Topics in Statistics - Advanced SAS Programmer, Coursera, free in 7 day free trial (UL)

SDC Discrete Math

SDC Geometry

CSM Learn BUS-210 Quantitative Skills Business

Coopersmith (UL)

G: Add'l AOS Elect 12SH

Random Natural Sciences, Math and/or Computer Sciences. Choose UL as needed.

Plan above already has 12 UL, only actually need 1 more plus capstone. SDC has a couple CS UL courses in case you wanted to dual-AOS Math/CS. LL CS courses can be got free from Coursera in the free trial window for some of the shorter IBM certs (i.e. R, Python).

Bold emphasis mine - I completed the Advanced SAS Programmer certificate from Coursera and got this response when I sent he credly transcript:

08/18/22

We have not added transfer credit for the recommendations from SAS ADVANCED PROGRAMMER PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE administered through Coursera because they have not yet been reviewed by TESU.

Corporate Providers that offer courses with ACE/NCCRS credit recommendations that are not previously reviewed by TESU approved list will be reviewed to determine what equivalency if any should be awarded. Should it be determined that the course meets TESU standards for college level coursework we will add the credit to your record in accordance with TESU transfer credit policies.

This process can take up to 8 weeks. We will notify you of the outcome when it is completed.

Are they just BSing me? Your post shows it already has a TESU equivalent , right? (and not a useful one to me unfortunately)

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09-05-2022, 10:27 AM
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(09-05-2022, 02:41 AM)Blckbuster Wrote: (09-01-2022, 09:40 AM)sarahmac Wrote: (09-01-2022, 06:31 AM)dfrecore Wrote: SNHU is $320/cr, and they take 90cr of ACE. I think a full math degree there would end up costing less than TESU ($9600 for 30 graded credits).

Is this presuming you only take RA math classes? Because TESU's math degree can be done almost entirely with alt credit. The only math class you have to take in the 16 cr term is Calc 3..

A: Calculus I 3SH

SDC, SL or Sophia

B: Calculus II 3SH

SL

C: Calculus III 3SH

TESU (UL)

D: Linear Algebra 3SH

Coopersmith (UL)

E: Probablty/Stats 3SH

Sophia or TECEP if you're mil-affiliated

F: AOS Electives 15SH

STA-399 Special Topics in Statistics - Advanced SAS Programmer, Coursera, free in 7 day free trial (UL)

SDC Discrete Math

SDC Geometry

CSM Learn BUS-210 Quantitative Skills Business

Coopersmith (UL)

G: Add'l AOS Elect 12SH

Random Natural Sciences, Math and/or Computer Sciences. Choose UL as needed.

Plan above already has 12 UL, only actually need 1 more plus capstone. SDC has a couple CS UL courses in case you wanted to dual-AOS Math/CS. LL CS courses can be got free from Coursera in the free trial window for some of the shorter IBM certs (i.e. R, Python).

Bold emphasis mine - I completed the Advanced SAS Programmer certificate from Coursera and got this response when I sent he credly transcript:

08/18/22

We have not added transfer credit for the recommendations from SAS ADVANCED PROGRAMMER PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE administered through Coursera because they have not yet been reviewed by TESU.

Corporate Providers that offer courses with ACE/NCCRS credit recommendations that are not previously reviewed by TESU approved list will be reviewed to determine what equivalency if any should be awarded. Should it be determined that the course meets TESU standards for college level coursework we will add the credit to your record in accordance with TESU transfer credit policies.

This process can take up to 8 weeks. We will notify you of the outcome when it is completed.

Are they just BSing me? Your post shows it already has a TESU equivalent , right? (and not a useful one to me unfortunately)

When they award you credit, they list the date the credit was "completed". The only credit I completed on 08/10 was the SAS Advanced Programmer course. I didn't complete anything for several weeks before it or after it.

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Is it possible they made a mistake? Yeah. In that case, I seriously hope they don't notice. Their policy states they can retract credit if it was awarded in error.

This was done on 08/25 so it is also possible they haven't updated yours yet.

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It's hard to say, I think TESU has gone the way of COSC (at least with the MOOC Certs with ACE credit recommendations). They may be moving to the "approved provider directory" option where the MOOC will need to register and be either provisionally approved or permanently approved... They keep updating this list, COSC has drastically removed many providers from their list.

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