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Would TESC accept PF MKT 301 & BUS110 (Princ. of Mgmt)?
#1
Curious if TESC will accept PF Marketing MKT301 for their Intro to Marketing and PF Principles of Mgmt (BUS110) to fill the same at TESC? I haven't seen these two listed as alternatives, but was curious if it has been done.
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TESU: TECEP Public Relations Thought & Practice - 82
Penn Foster: Financial Mgmt 94, International Business 97, Strategic Mgmt 98, Corporate Finance 99, Consumer Behavior 95, Human Resource Mgmt 99
Saylor: Business Law & Ethics 82, Corporate Communication 76, Principles of Marketing 72
Sophia: Intro to Sociology 90, Conflict Resolution 87, Project Mgmt 88
Straighterline: Principles of Mgmt 94, Organizational Behavior 88, American Government 92
The Institutes: Ethics and the CPU Code of Professional Conduct (free 2 CR)

COSC - Associate of Science Honors General Studies 2014
COSC - Cornerstone - A
Straighterline: Into to Religions A, Business Ethics B, West. Civ. I B, Intro to Env. Science B
CLEP: A&I Literature - 69
#2
I'm no TESC expert, but I think they take any course that is ACE accredited. Check with an advisor for the exact course equivalency, I would think.
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#3
Angela,

IIRC they have been used before by someone who did not have access to a CLEP/DSST test center. You would only need contact TESC with the ACE ICS course #s and they should be able to plan the courses into your academic evaluation. But, if you are able to take the CLEP exam, I highly recommend that option as the marketing and management CLEPs were two of the easiest exams I've taken. If I had to rank they would come just after A&I Lit, Intro to Business, and Intro to Computing.

"Setting a goal is not the main thing. It is deciding how you will go about achieving it and staying with that plan." -Tom Landry

TESC:
AAS, Admin Studies. 2010
BA, Social Sciences. 2010. Arnold Fletcher Award.
AAS, Environmental, Safety & Security Technologies. 2011
BSBA, General Management. 2011. Arnold Fletcher Award. Sigma Beta Delta (ΣΒΔWink!
#4
Thank you both for your input. I haven't applied to TESC yet, so don't have an advisor to ask. I am considering the CLEP for the marketing Bric, but you know how I feel about testing.
TESU BSBA General Mgmt 6/10/16 Wink
TESU: TECEP Public Relations Thought & Practice - 82
Penn Foster: Financial Mgmt 94, International Business 97, Strategic Mgmt 98, Corporate Finance 99, Consumer Behavior 95, Human Resource Mgmt 99
Saylor: Business Law & Ethics 82, Corporate Communication 76, Principles of Marketing 72
Sophia: Intro to Sociology 90, Conflict Resolution 87, Project Mgmt 88
Straighterline: Principles of Mgmt 94, Organizational Behavior 88, American Government 92
The Institutes: Ethics and the CPU Code of Professional Conduct (free 2 CR)

COSC - Associate of Science Honors General Studies 2014
COSC - Cornerstone - A
Straighterline: Into to Religions A, Business Ethics B, West. Civ. I B, Intro to Env. Science B
CLEP: A&I Literature - 69
#5
Saylor has a nice option. The test is a little odd, but for $25 and able to do with proctor-u, i was pretty happy with it.
Currently studying for: Still deciding.

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#6
Yeah, I know about the Saylor option and I have taken a few classes through them, but I just don't like their layout. I haven't ruled anything out yet, just weighing my options.
TESU BSBA General Mgmt 6/10/16 Wink
TESU: TECEP Public Relations Thought & Practice - 82
Penn Foster: Financial Mgmt 94, International Business 97, Strategic Mgmt 98, Corporate Finance 99, Consumer Behavior 95, Human Resource Mgmt 99
Saylor: Business Law & Ethics 82, Corporate Communication 76, Principles of Marketing 72
Sophia: Intro to Sociology 90, Conflict Resolution 87, Project Mgmt 88
Straighterline: Principles of Mgmt 94, Organizational Behavior 88, American Government 92
The Institutes: Ethics and the CPU Code of Professional Conduct (free 2 CR)

COSC - Associate of Science Honors General Studies 2014
COSC - Cornerstone - A
Straighterline: Into to Religions A, Business Ethics B, West. Civ. I B, Intro to Env. Science B
CLEP: A&I Literature - 69
#7
AngelaP Wrote:Yeah, I know about the Saylor option and I have taken a few classes through them, but I just don't like their layout. I haven't ruled anything out yet, just weighing my options.

I agree. I hate their format as well. I used study.com's videos to prepare for it, and just took the test. I wouldn't have went that route if I had to go through their material.
Currently studying for: Still deciding.

Done!
2020 - Harvard Extension School - ALM IT Management 
2019 - Harvard Extension School - Graduate Certificate Data Science
2018 - Harvard Extension School - Graduate Certificate Cyber Security
2016 - WGU - MBA Mgmt & Strategy
2015 - Thomas Edison State College - BSBA Marketing & CIS
#8
AngelaP Wrote:I am considering the CLEP for the marketing Bric, but you know how I feel about testing.

Ok, so this is for you...I wasn't sure. Saylor is really not much different than taking a CLEP imo because it is still a comprehensive exam. But as Mednat pointed out, it is a much more affordable option. On these two exams I really think you should try to test first (Saylor or CLEP), then if for some crazy reason you do not pass (don't see that happening) pursue Penn Foster.

"Setting a goal is not the main thing. It is deciding how you will go about achieving it and staying with that plan." -Tom Landry

TESC:
AAS, Admin Studies. 2010
BA, Social Sciences. 2010. Arnold Fletcher Award.
AAS, Environmental, Safety & Security Technologies. 2011
BSBA, General Management. 2011. Arnold Fletcher Award. Sigma Beta Delta (ΣΒΔWink!


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