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TESU BSAST in Electroninc Engineering (Computer Programming Requirement)
#1
Does anyone know if the Straighterline course Introduction to Programming in C++ would fulfill the computer programming requirement? For the BSAST in Electronic Engineering.
#2
johnjaxs Wrote:Does anyone know if the Straighterline course Introduction to Programming in C++ would fulfill the computer programming requirement? For the BSAST in Electronic Engineering.

From reading their webpage it just indicates "Computer Programming or Programmable Logic Controllers" course.
That should fit the bill nicely, or you can take the Saylor CS101 course. If you have applied to TESU, just send them an email to advising asking if this is acceptable for that particular requirement.
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The Saylor CS101 course comes in as into to computing and probably would not fulfill a requirement for programming.
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davewill Wrote:The Saylor CS101 course comes in as into to computing and probably would not fulfill a requirement for programming.

I was going to point that out myself. Intro to C++ from StraighterLine comes in as C++ Programming (COS-213), so it should fulfill the programming requirement.
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#6
I sent an email to TESU asking if the Straighterline course will fulfill the requirement, thank you for your advice. I will post what they say here.
#7
Just an update: It will. However ACE recommendation expires 8/31/16.

Side note: As you can see from my other threads, I may be rethinking the BSAST.
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johnjaxs Wrote:Just an update: It will. However ACE recommendation expires 8/31/16.

Side note: As you can see from my other threads, I may be rethinking the BSAST.

What's the issue? Finish it before that time and have it sent to ACE.
You can probably finish the course in a week or two max. Good luck.
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~Note: Read Wiki guide links for TESU equivalency - CLEP/DSST/SL/Study.com, etc
#9
On top of that, Straighterline courses are very likely to be renewed.
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bjcheung77 Wrote:What's the issue? Finish it before that time and have it sent to ACE.
You can probably finish the course in a week or two max. Good luck.

Maybe rethinking the degree program. Other than that none.


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