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Thomas Edison State University Transferring
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Is it possible to transfer the tesu statistics.com data analytics classes via other means of credit?
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I'm not sure exactly what you mean, but I think the answer is no. Not entirely. The TESU degree is expecting specific courses from Statistics.com.

https://tesu.smartcatalogiq.com/Current/...-Analytics

The links under "Core Area of Study Courses" are specifically required.

For " Area of Study Electives", I believe those can come from elsewhere. Python & R definitely. You might be able to use some of the Coursera certificates/specializations to fill in more, but I can't promise that. https://degreeforum.miraheze.org/wiki/Coursera
In progress:
TESU - BA Computer Science; BSBA CIS; ASNSM Math & CS; ASBA

Completed:
Pierpont - AAS BOG
Sophia (so many), The Institutes (old), Study.com (5 courses)
ASU: Human Origins, Astronomy, Intro Health & Wellness, Western Civilization, Computer Appls & Info Technology, Intro Programming
Strayer: CIS175, CIS111, WRK100, MAT210
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(08-24-2022, 09:07 AM)rachel83az Wrote: I'm not sure exactly what you mean, but I think the answer is no. Not entirely. The TESU degree is expecting specific courses from Statistics.com.

https://tesu.smartcatalogiq.com/Current/...-Analytics

The links under "Core Area of Study Courses" are specifically required.

For " Area of Study Electives", I believe those can come from elsewhere. Python & R definitely. You might be able to use some of the Coursera certificates/specializations to fill in more, but I can't promise that. https://degreeforum.miraheze.org/wiki/Coursera
    From the website it says
  • Area of Study requirements: Earned via Statistics.com online courses (transferred via ACE) or coursework completed elsewhere that satisfies the area of study requirements.
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(08-24-2022, 11:10 AM)EdwardLong Wrote:
(08-24-2022, 09:07 AM)rachel83az Wrote: I'm not sure exactly what you mean, but I think the answer is no. Not entirely. The TESU degree is expecting specific courses from Statistics.com.

https://tesu.smartcatalogiq.com/Current/...-Analytics

The links under "Core Area of Study Courses" are specifically required.

For " Area of Study Electives", I believe those can come from elsewhere. Python & R definitely. You might be able to use some of the Coursera certificates/specializations to fill in more, but I can't promise that. https://degreeforum.miraheze.org/wiki/Coursera
    From the website it says
  • Area of Study requirements: Earned via Statistics.com online courses (transferred via ACE) or coursework completed elsewhere that satisfies the area of study requirements.
It says that, but apparently what it means is EXTREMELY limited.  When I do the eval for that program, the only thing that transfers in is COS-205, Python.  Even their DSI course doesn't count for anything.  Probably the only other one you can get from an alternate source is R for another AOS elective.  I believe that would leave 9 statistics.com courses to take at a minimum.  Perhaps there is other credit they would accept from an alternate source like RA, but it seems like it isn't very flexible overall.
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Do you have any experience taking Statistics.com courses? What was your experience like?

Does it involve quizzes or weekly assignments?
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(08-24-2022, 12:01 PM)akr680 Wrote: Do you have any experience taking Statistics.com courses? What was your experience like?

Does it involve quizzes or weekly assignments?

https://www.statistics.com/knowledge-bas...ge-credit/
Ongoing: MLIS

June 2022, Thomas Edison State University (TESU): Second degree - BA in Computer Science + ASNSM in Mathematics + Cert. in CIS + Cert. in Operations Mgmt.
e-Packs: Computer Concepts; Industrial Psych.
Guided Study: Comp. Architecture
Online: Intro. to PLA; Database Mgmt.; Software Eng.; Data Structures; Liberal Arts Capstone; DSI-610 (Statistics.com)

May 2019, a residential, RA institution: BA in Political Science and Educational Studies
Relevant equivalencies: MAT-321; MAT-431; STA-315
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(08-24-2022, 11:18 AM)spohara Wrote:
(08-24-2022, 11:10 AM)EdwardLong Wrote:
(08-24-2022, 09:07 AM)rachel83az Wrote: I'm not sure exactly what you mean, but I think the answer is no. Not entirely. The TESU degree is expecting specific courses from Statistics.com.

https://tesu.smartcatalogiq.com/Current/...-Analytics

The links under "Core Area of Study Courses" are specifically required.

For " Area of Study Electives", I believe those can come from elsewhere. Python & R definitely. You might be able to use some of the Coursera certificates/specializations to fill in more, but I can't promise that. https://degreeforum.miraheze.org/wiki/Coursera
    From the website it says
  • Area of Study requirements: Earned via Statistics.com online courses (transferred via ACE) or coursework completed elsewhere that satisfies the area of study requirements.
It says that, but apparently what it means is EXTREMELY limited.  When I do the eval for that program, the only thing that transfers in is COS-205, Python.  Even their DSI course doesn't count for anything.  Probably the only other one you can get from an alternate source is R for another AOS elective.  I believe that would leave 9 statistics.com courses to take at a minimum.  Perhaps there is other credit they would accept from an alternate source like RA, but it seems like it isn't very flexible overall.

I have in the AOS:

SQL - Intro to Database Queries 3 SH
COS-206 R Programming 3 SH
COS-205 Python Programming 3 SH

And requirement J: IDV 2SH

DSI-322 Interactive Data Visualization 3 SH

I think I could probably get spatial statistics in the AOS too if I appealed it. That leaves 6 classes with Statistics.com, which isn't bad. Right now I have 18 credits left because of an overage in statistics, although I am probably not going to do this degree since I have BSBA and BA's planned.

I have been maintaining an evaluation for it out of interest just to watch how all the IBM etc. Coursera courses came in since I have finished almost all of them now. I will be doing the Deeep Learning with DeepLearning.AI next, and suspect that may net a few more in the requirements section.
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(08-24-2022, 08:34 PM)sarahmac Wrote:
(08-24-2022, 11:18 AM)spohara Wrote:
(08-24-2022, 11:10 AM)EdwardLong Wrote:
(08-24-2022, 09:07 AM)rachel83az Wrote: I'm not sure exactly what you mean, but I think the answer is no. Not entirely. The TESU degree is expecting specific courses from Statistics.com.

https://tesu.smartcatalogiq.com/Current/...-Analytics

The links under "Core Area of Study Courses" are specifically required.

For " Area of Study Electives", I believe those can come from elsewhere. Python & R definitely. You might be able to use some of the Coursera certificates/specializations to fill in more, but I can't promise that. https://degreeforum.miraheze.org/wiki/Coursera
    From the website it says
  • Area of Study requirements: Earned via Statistics.com online courses (transferred via ACE) or coursework completed elsewhere that satisfies the area of study requirements.
It says that, but apparently what it means is EXTREMELY limited.  When I do the eval for that program, the only thing that transfers in is COS-205, Python.  Even their DSI course doesn't count for anything.  Probably the only other one you can get from an alternate source is R for another AOS elective.  I believe that would leave 9 statistics.com courses to take at a minimum.  Perhaps there is other credit they would accept from an alternate source like RA, but it seems like it isn't very flexible overall.

I have in the AOS:

SQL - Intro to Database Queries 3 SH
COS-206 R Programming 3 SH
COS-205 Python Programming 3 SH

And requirement J: IDV 2SH

DSI-322 Interactive Data Visualization 3 SH

I think I could probably get spatial statistics in the AOS too if I appealed it. That leaves 6 classes with Statistics.com, which isn't bad. Right now I have 18 credits left because of an overage in statistics, although I am probably not going to do this degree since I have BSBA and BA's planned.

I have been maintaining an evaluation for it out of interest just to watch how all the IBM etc. Coursera courses came in since I have finished almost all of them now. I will be doing the Deeep Learning with DeepLearning.AI next, and suspect that may net a few more in the requirements section.
So basically the AOS B section can be fully transferred good to hear.
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(08-24-2022, 08:34 PM)sarahmac Wrote:
(08-24-2022, 11:18 AM)spohara Wrote:
(08-24-2022, 11:10 AM)EdwardLong Wrote:
(08-24-2022, 09:07 AM)rachel83az Wrote: I'm not sure exactly what you mean, but I think the answer is no. Not entirely. The TESU degree is expecting specific courses from Statistics.com.

https://tesu.smartcatalogiq.com/Current/...-Analytics

The links under "Core Area of Study Courses" are specifically required.

For " Area of Study Electives", I believe those can come from elsewhere. Python & R definitely. You might be able to use some of the Coursera certificates/specializations to fill in more, but I can't promise that. https://degreeforum.miraheze.org/wiki/Coursera
    From the website it says
  • Area of Study requirements: Earned via Statistics.com online courses (transferred via ACE) or coursework completed elsewhere that satisfies the area of study requirements.
It says that, but apparently what it means is EXTREMELY limited.  When I do the eval for that program, the only thing that transfers in is COS-205, Python.  Even their DSI course doesn't count for anything.  Probably the only other one you can get from an alternate source is R for another AOS elective.  I believe that would leave 9 statistics.com courses to take at a minimum.  Perhaps there is other credit they would accept from an alternate source like RA, but it seems like it isn't very flexible overall.

I have in the AOS:

SQL - Intro to Database Queries 3 SH
COS-206 R Programming 3 SH
COS-205 Python Programming 3 SH

And requirement J: IDV 2SH

DSI-322 Interactive Data Visualization 3 SH

I think I could probably get spatial statistics in the AOS too if I appealed it. That leaves 6 classes with Statistics.com, which isn't bad. Right now I have 18 credits left because of an overage in statistics, although I am probably not going to do this degree since I have BSBA and BA's planned.

I have been maintaining an evaluation for it out of interest just to watch how all the IBM etc. Coursera courses came in since I have finished almost all of them now. I will be doing the Deeep Learning with DeepLearning.AI next, and suspect that may net a few more in the requirements section.

Where did you  get these credits from:
SQL - Intro to Database Queries 3 SH4
DSI-322 Interactive Data Visualization 3 SH?
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(08-24-2022, 08:34 PM)sarahmac Wrote:
(08-24-2022, 11:18 AM)spohara Wrote:
(08-24-2022, 11:10 AM)EdwardLong Wrote:
(08-24-2022, 09:07 AM)rachel83az Wrote: I'm not sure exactly what you mean, but I think the answer is no. Not entirely. The TESU degree is expecting specific courses from Statistics.com.

https://tesu.smartcatalogiq.com/Current/...-Analytics

The links under "Core Area of Study Courses" are specifically required.

For " Area of Study Electives", I believe those can come from elsewhere. Python & R definitely. You might be able to use some of the Coursera certificates/specializations to fill in more, but I can't promise that. https://degreeforum.miraheze.org/wiki/Coursera
    From the website it says
  • Area of Study requirements: Earned via Statistics.com online courses (transferred via ACE) or coursework completed elsewhere that satisfies the area of study requirements.
It says that, but apparently what it means is EXTREMELY limited.  When I do the eval for that program, the only thing that transfers in is COS-205, Python.  Even their DSI course doesn't count for anything.  Probably the only other one you can get from an alternate source is R for another AOS elective.  I believe that would leave 9 statistics.com courses to take at a minimum.  Perhaps there is other credit they would accept from an alternate source like RA, but it seems like it isn't very flexible overall.

I have in the AOS:

SQL - Intro to Database Queries 3 SH
COS-206 R Programming 3 SH
COS-205 Python Programming 3 SH

And requirement J: IDV 2SH

DSI-322 Interactive Data Visualization 3 SH

I think I could probably get spatial statistics in the AOS too if I appealed it. That leaves 6 classes with Statistics.com, which isn't bad. Right now I have 18 credits left because of an overage in statistics, although I am probably not going to do this degree since I have BSBA and BA's planned.

I have been maintaining an evaluation for it out of interest just to watch how all the IBM etc. Coursera courses came in since I have finished almost all of them now. I will be doing the Deeep Learning with DeepLearning.AI next, and suspect that may net a few more in the requirements section.

Please give Coursera course reference for 

SQL - Intro to Database Queries 3 SH

COS-206 R Programming 3 SH

DSI-322 Interactive Data Visualization 3 SH

[b]2: Core Requirements H: IDV 2 SH (Not started)[/b]
Interactive Data Visualization
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