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WGU BS Business Admin
#11
Yep. Nobody on this forum has quite seemed to get the AS is more of a priority that a BS right now. Being able to turn it into a BS would just be bonus points.

I think the plan is going to stay Ashworth NA AS and BS, RA MS if I really do need an RA. I literally got my undergrad cert here in about a week and a half, finishing most classes in a single day. If the business classes are this easy, it's going to be quick to get the BS anyways. Enough two letter acronyms?

All I need to do with a degree is get my name passed the hiring algorithm.
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Ashworth: Computer Information System Management, Business Management Certificates  

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#12
(06-29-2020, 08:24 PM)xicovu Wrote: Yep. Nobody on this forum has quite seemed to get the AS is more of a priority that a BS right now. Being able to turn it into a BS would just be bonus points.

I think the plan is going to stay Ashworth NA AS and BS, RA MS if I really do need an RA. I literally got my undergrad cert here in about a week and a half, finishing most classes in a single day. If the business classes are this easy, it's going to be quick to get the BS anyways. Enough two letter acronyms?

All I need to do with a degree is get my name passed the hiring algorithm.

Impressive. At the that, you'll have the BS in no time.
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#13
Don't be impressed. The subject matter is really, really easy and I barely passed with a C  Tongue
In progress:
Penn Foster: Technical Skills Foundations (Engineering) Certificate 
Ashworth: Computer Information System Management, Business Management Certificates  

End goal:
B.A. General Studies 
Technical Foundations + Computer Information Systems + Business Management certificates

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#14
It looks like WGU-Ashworth might have a partnership between the two to transfer AS to BS. I don't necessarily trust their information, but my question is this:

What is the course load like for the WGU business program? It's probably worth the RA if I can transfer this stuff over.
In progress:
Penn Foster: Technical Skills Foundations (Engineering) Certificate 
Ashworth: Computer Information System Management, Business Management Certificates  

End goal:
B.A. General Studies 
Technical Foundations + Computer Information Systems + Business Management certificates

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#15
Nevermind, it's only for health programs.
In progress:
Penn Foster: Technical Skills Foundations (Engineering) Certificate 
Ashworth: Computer Information System Management, Business Management Certificates  

End goal:
B.A. General Studies 
Technical Foundations + Computer Information Systems + Business Management certificates

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