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Hie all,
Those of you that have completed the TESU Associates degree in Math, please share how many credits you transfered and got them. I know that TESU changes but I am interested in seeing how you did it. Thanks in advance!
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(07282019, 04:48 PM)Tincer Wrote: Hie all,
Those of you that have completed the TESU Associates degree in Math, please share how many credits you transfered and got them. I know that TESU changes but I am interested in seeing how you did it. Thanks in advance!
Kind regards
Tince
I transferred all of my credits in. 35 hours from a community college, the rest from Straighterline and SDC. Coopersmith also has new mathematics courses.
I took college algebra, trigonometry, linear algebra and calculus 1 at my community college. I took discrete mathematics from SDC, stats and calc 2 from SL.

TESU BA Computer Science 114/120 credits
TESU BA Psychology 104/120 credits
TESU ASNSM Mathematics 62/61 credits
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(07292019, 12:36 PM)NolaRice Wrote: (07282019, 04:48 PM)Tincer Wrote: Hie all,
Those of you that have completed the TESU Associates degree in Math, please share how many credits you transfered and got them. I know that TESU changes but I am interested in seeing how you did it. Thanks in advance!
Kind regards
Tince
I transferred all of my credits in. 35 hours from a community college, the rest from Straighterline and SDC. Coopersmith also has new mathematics courses.
I took college algebra, trigonometry, linear algebra and calculus 1 at my community college. I took discrete mathematics from SDC, stats and calc 2 from SL.
Hie Nola
Thank you for the response.
Which courses did you take at TESU?
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(07302019, 04:30 AM)Tincer Wrote: (07292019, 12:36 PM)NolaRice Wrote: (07282019, 04:48 PM)Tincer Wrote: Hie all,
Those of you that have completed the TESU Associates degree in Math, please share how many credits you transfered and got them. I know that TESU changes but I am interested in seeing how you did it. Thanks in advance!
Kind regards
Tince
I transferred all of my credits in. 35 hours from a community college, the rest from Straighterline and SDC. Coopersmith also has new mathematics courses.
I took college algebra, trigonometry, linear algebra and calculus 1 at my community college. I took discrete mathematics from SDC, stats and calc 2 from SL.
Hie Nola
Thank you for the response.
Which courses did you take at TESU?
Kind regards
Tince
I didn't take any courses at TESU, I transferred all my courses in and paid the residency waiver.

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Following, because I want to know this as well.
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(08012019, 01:59 PM)dharmastudios Wrote: Following, because I want to know this as well.
Hie, dharmastudios
From what have gathered you can transfer up tp 45 credits, then you will have to do 16 with TESU. They cannot confirm which ones you can transfer from study.com etc off hand, you have to send them an email with your suggeted plan then they will respond after a week or so. I am not sure whether you can get all 45 from study.com though...there are civic engangement and ethical leadership courses which i think are only available through them...Can someone correct me please.
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(08012019, 06:14 PM)Tincer Wrote: (08012019, 01:59 PM)dharmastudios Wrote: Following, because I want to know this as well.
Hie, dharmastudios
From what have gathered you can transfer up tp 45 credits, then you will have to do 16 with TESU. They cannot confirm which ones you can transfer from study.com etc off hand, you have to send them an email with your suggeted plan then they will respond after a week or so. I am not sure whether you can get all 45 from study.com though...there are civic engangement and ethical leadership courses which i think are only available through them...Can someone correct me please.
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Tince This is not correct. You can transfer in everything except SOS110. If you take fewer than 16 credits from TESU, you have to pay the residency waiver of $2800
Link to all credits earned: Link
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(08012019, 06:24 PM)mysonx3 Wrote: (08012019, 06:14 PM)Tincer Wrote: (08012019, 01:59 PM)dharmastudios Wrote: Following, because I want to know this as well.
Hie, dharmastudios
From what have gathered you can transfer up tp 45 credits, then you will have to do 16 with TESU. They cannot confirm which ones you can transfer from study.com etc off hand, you have to send them an email with your suggeted plan then they will respond after a week or so. I am not sure whether you can get all 45 from study.com though...there are civic engangement and ethical leadership courses which i think are only available through them...Can someone correct me please.
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Tince This is not correct. You can transfer in everything except SOS110. If you take fewer than 16 credits from TESU, you have to pay the residency waiver of $2800 mysonx3, Thank you for the correction. If I may ask, can you get all of them with alt credits or do you have to take regular credits for some? Also have you done the math? May you please share your plan. It would be very helpful!
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Tincer
Also the computer science and biology guys, may you please chip in as your plans could also help!!
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(07292019, 12:36 PM)NolaRice Wrote: (07282019, 04:48 PM)Tincer Wrote: Hie all,
Those of you that have completed the TESU Associates degree in Math, please share how many credits you transfered and got them. I know that TESU changes but I am interested in seeing how you did it. Thanks in advance!
Kind regards
Tince
I transferred all of my credits in. 35 hours from a community college, the rest from Straighterline and SDC. Coopersmith also has new mathematics courses.
I took college algebra, trigonometry, linear algebra and calculus 1 at my community college. I took discrete mathematics from SDC, stats and calc 2 from SL.
What did you use to fill in the final 3 UL credits for computer science? Did calc 2 go in as a UL credit for the AOS?
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