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help with BSAT in Tech studies?? fastest way through?
bjcheung77 Wrote:Yes, it's the cornerstone not capstone, but that's correct. You will get everything done from Straighterline/ first and then enroll at TESU.
Because you're so close, I think you've already applied and got the evaluation you pasted, so you can enroll in their capstone when you finish above.
Finish the general education requirements in 1-2 months and then enroll/register for the capstone in Mid August. You can finish this by end of Nov.

thanks you answered me I posted again before I saw your reply
netman68 Wrote:Ok first thanks for the great info from everyone. So from my understanding here is what I need/have left to take.

ENC-101 English Composition I
ENC-102 English Composition II
COM-108 Intro to Communications (ORAL COMM)

POS-110 Americain Government or something to satisfy the civic engagement requirement

Chem-121 General Chemistry l with Lab
Chem-122 General chem ll with Lab
Higher Level Mathematics like trig or calc l

TES-100 cornerstone if I sign up for I can get this removed from my plan and wont have to take this. is this a correct statement?

STA-201 Principles of Statistics

APS-401 Current Trends CAPSTONE
MAN-435 Project Mngt

dose this seem acurate based on the spreadsheet i am attaching?BSAST in Technical Studiesasof520.xlsx

This is all correct. PLUS, you need one additional Gen Ed course (anything from SocSci, Humanities, History, Math, Computers, English, etc.).

If I were you, I would sign up with to take Project Management plus at least 1 other course (the $199 free you pay is for 2 courses). At the same time, apply at TESU, and request the affiliate membership. That will kick the Cornerstone out of your plan, and make your Residency Waiver fee $1800.

Then, decide where to take all the rest of your courses. Wherever you decide is fine (usually between or SL). The nice thing with is each additional course after the 1st 2 within your 1-month membership will only be $70. The nice thing with SL is that any courses can be sent directly to TESU for free.

The only thing you'll have to take outside of those is the Chem II w/Lab, as the lab at the very least has to be done somewhere else.

Then you sign up for the Capstone and you're done. I'm thinking about $3800 for all of this.
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