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TESU Evaluation Complete, This is how all my credits transferred
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(09-30-2020, 05:37 AM)Luka1110 Wrote: Looks amazing! congratulations on completing all those courses. I can see that you got a good amount of credits taken with Sophia. Can Sophia be used in replacement to Study.com? and will TESU accept Sophia credits?

TESU absolutely accepts Sophia credits that have been added to an ACE transcript. If you take everything at Sophia, you'll be able to fulfill most of your GE requirements and a few elective credits as well (depending on what degree you're going for). The only GE requirements that Sophia doesn't cover is the 'Civic Engagement' one. American Government can be taken from InstantCert or elsewhere to fill this gap. If it takes you 4 months to do everything possible at Sophia, that's $316 for around 80 credits.

TESU restricts students to 90 credits from any one source. This means that you cannot get a degree solely with SDC credits. However, the 70-80 credits at Sophia leaves plenty of room for SDC credits.
In progress:
Pierpont - AAS BOG
TESU - BA Computer Science


Completed:
Sophia (30 courses), The Institutes (old), Study.com (2 courses)
ASU: Human Origins, Astronomy, Intro Health & Wellness, Western Civilization
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#12
I am finding I prefer Sophia over Study for pace but Study over Sophia for more detailed knowledge. Balancing the two will give you a very good education and give you a good mix of teaching approaches.

I am struggling with the Approaches in Study of Religion course at Sophia. The two options of instructors are dry and quite monotone. One seems to be struggling from a cold, as noted by his constant sniffling, so I am so unmotivated to finish this course.
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#13
When you choose BALS with no concentration, the UL credits can be all mixed?
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(09-30-2020, 10:47 AM)AZDan Wrote: I am finding I prefer Sophia over Study for pace but Study over Sophia for more detailed knowledge. Balancing the two will give you a very good education and give you a good mix of teaching approaches.  

I am struggling with the Approaches in Study of Religion course at Sophia. The two options of instructors are dry and quite monotone. One seems to be struggling from a cold, as noted by his constant sniffling, so I am so unmotivated to finish this course.

You don't have to listen to the instructors. You can just read the text on your own. I read much faster than most people can speak so I tend to read the material instead of listen to it.
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UMPI: BLS Management Information Systems and Project Management minors - anticipated graduation Spring 2021

Community College: AAS Business Administration
Community College: AS Individual Studies

Sophia: Environmental Science, Developing Effective Teams, The Essentials of Managing Conflict, College Algebra, Visual Communication, Microeconomics, Introduction to Information Technology

Sophia - in progress: Introduction to Ethics, Human Biology, Introduction to Statistics, English Composition II, US History I
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(09-30-2020, 12:15 PM)Lacedonia4 Wrote: When you choose BALS with no concentration, the UL credits can be all mixed?

Yes. The mix is from Humanities and/or Social Sciences (aka Knowledge of Human Cultures gen ed types of courses).  I have a mix of 1 English, 2 Psychs, and 1 SOS (stress management), and 1 AOJ (teex death investigation)
TESU: BALS coming soon…. Comm Coll: 24 credits,  CLEP: 36 credits,  Institutes (3), Sophia (29), TEEX(3 UL, 7 LL), Coopersmith (6 UL), SDC (6 UL)


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#16
That sounds so much easier. Wonder if one can find all the UL that have fewer essays. I did a what if and looks like I have more credits in for a BALS with no concentration than what I am working right now. At times it would feel almost just easier to switch.
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(09-30-2020, 05:59 AM)rachel83az Wrote:
(09-30-2020, 05:37 AM)Luka1110 Wrote: Looks amazing! congratulations on completing all those courses. I can see that you got a good amount of credits taken with Sophia. Can Sophia be used in replacement to Study.com? and will TESU accept Sophia credits?

TESU absolutely accepts Sophia credits that have been added to an ACE transcript. If you take everything at Sophia, you'll be able to fulfill most of your GE requirements and a few elective credits as well (depending on what degree you're going for). The only GE requirements that Sophia doesn't cover is the 'Civic Engagement' one. American Government can be taken from InstantCert or elsewhere to fill this gap. If it takes you 4 months to do everything possible at Sophia, that's $316 for around 80 credits.

TESU restricts students to 90 credits from any one source. This means that you cannot get a degree solely with SDC credits. However, the 70-80 credits at Sophia leaves plenty of room for SDC credits.

Amazing! Thanks a lot for clarifying this  Smile
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