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Transfer Credit towards degree @ TESU
#1
I just got a promotional email from TESU about how transfer credits apply toward one's degree. Could someone help me understand if it signifies a change in their policy? It says the following:

BA LS: Accepts up to 27 credits in free electives and enables students to apply the widest variety of transfer credits to area of study requirements. 

BSBA (GM): Students can apply a broad range of transfer credits to area of study requirements, which can accommodate multiple business disciplines. 

BS (Tech. Studies): Accepts up to 15 credits in free electives and enables students to apply a wide variety of transfer credits to area of study requirements, which can accommodate different technical disciplines.
#2
(09-14-2018, 04:31 AM)Supermind Wrote: I just got a promotional email from TESU about how transfer credits apply toward one's degree. Could someone help me understand if it signifies a change in their policy? It says the following:

BA LS: Accepts up to 27 credits in free electives and enables students to apply the widest variety of transfer credits to area of study requirements. 

BSBA (GM): Students can apply a broad range of transfer credits to area of study requirements, which can accommodate multiple business disciplines. 

BS (Tech. Studies): Accepts up to 15 credits in free electives and enables students to apply a wide variety of transfer credits to area of study requirements, which can accommodate different technical disciplines.

I see nothing out of the ordinary... or at least the numbers they are using matches with what is shown in the current catalog.

I think they are just trying to say that you can transfer credits towards your degree, and even if they don't fit into your AOS, they can be used as free electives in the BALS (27cr) and BSTS (15cr).

As for the BSBA comment, I think they are saying that while you don't have as many free electives (only 6cr for BSBA) additional courses may fit into other AOS areas -- this would be targeting people interested in a degree with multiple areas of study.

In any case, it doesn't appear to be saying anything unusual.
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Nope, nothing changed.
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