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  Statistics RA credit available anywhere?
Posted by: echo64 - 1 hour ago - Forum: General Education-Related Discussion - No Replies

Does anyone know of any RA statistics courses, tests, etc. Online. It has to be RA credit as it'll be used to transfer to a local CC and they won't take ACE credits from Sophia, etc.

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  Easier TESU courses?????
Posted by: midnite123 - 2 hours ago - Forum: General Education-Related Discussion - No Replies

Hi,
I am taking 12 credits at TESU  in January.

I am really just getting back into taking college courses.

I am going to take 4 classes of electives.

Can anyone reccomend some easy courses?
I know it is subjective ,
but
any suggestions???

THANK YOU!!!!

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  Are some BSBA areas of study now being awarded as BS degrees?
Posted by: TopHatWombat - 5 hours ago - Forum: TESU - Thomas Edison State University Discussion - Replies (1)

In comparing the 2021-2022 catalog versus the 2022-2023 university catalogs, several BSBA areas of study are now listed as being a BS instead of a BSBA:

https://tesu.smartcatalogiq.com/2021-202...nistration

vs

https://tesu.smartcatalogiq.com/Current/...nistration

Accounting/CPA, CIS, Entrepreneurship, etc. are now listed as "BS".

It's largely a pointless distinction, but is TESU now actually awarding these degrees as a BS instead of a BSBA?

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  Abertay UK MBA $5,800
Posted by: smartdegree - Today, 09:23 AM - Forum: Graduate School Discussion - No Replies

I was looking at the Athena website and they have a new deal on the Abertay (UK) MBA for $5,800.

https://uniathena.com/global-mba

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  Cornell offers MBA application waiver for laid off workers
Posted by: Imbanewbie - Yesterday, 10:38 PM - Forum: Graduate School Discussion - Replies (1)

https://news.cornell.edu/stories/2022/11...20deadline.

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  I need any associate's for work
Posted by: oldguy4associate - Yesterday, 10:08 PM - Forum: Degree Planning Advice - Replies (5)

Hello, I'm in the military and I'm a little bit older so an associate's will really help my ability to promote and get my career goals moving faster. I can take CLEP exams for free and would like to pursue that avenue as much as possible. The ultimate goal is a bachelor's a few years down the road, but I just want to focus on an associates right now. 

Your Location: Maryland
Your Age: 30's
What kind of degree do you want?: Any associate's
Current Regional Accredited Credits: These are community college classes/credits from 15 + years ago. 
Intro to Psychology 3
Physical Science 3
Principles of Geography 3
English Comp 101 3
Music Appreciation 3


Current ACE, CLEP, or NCCRS Credits:
6 credits from my military training/JST
I had an additional 6 credits from another course, but it recently and bizarrely downgraded to awarding zero credits. I just opened an inquiry with JST about it.



Happy to add any more information. Thank you very much!

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  Sophia
Posted by: uncapentin - Yesterday, 08:08 PM - Forum: Saylor.org, Straighterline, Study.com, InstantCertCredit.com, OnlineDegree.com, Sophia.Org Discussion - Replies (1)

Is Sophia planning to bring back the classes that are no longer showing up ? Ancient Greek Philosophers, Foundations of English Comp, etc...?

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  Fastest path to a Bachelors in Computer Science?
Posted by: qpzm10qpzm10 - Yesterday, 07:04 PM - Forum: Degree Planning Advice - Replies (3)

Which schools are the best for a Computer Science degree?

I have 0 credits at the moment, but I'm sure some would transfer from my CCAF from the military as it's IT related. Ideally, I would like to complete as many credits as possible from self study rather than taking some classes at the actual school. Before I decided on CS, I was planning for an accounting degree at TESU because I only had to take 2 classes at the actual school. I would like to find another situation like this where I can do like >90% of the degree myself and then transfer the credits and only have a few classes to complete at the school.

Any advice? Thank you!

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  Fast History Courses?
Posted by: RbxFunRocks - Yesterday, 06:04 PM - Forum: UMPI - University of Maine at Presque Isle Discussion - Replies (7)

Hello! 

I am close to finishing two of my history classes (Slavery in the US + Medieval Europe). After that, I'll only need 2 more UL history elective classes. 

My main concern is accidentally signing up for an information-heavy class that I won't be able to speed through. I have the spare time to put whatever time I need towards speedrunning my last 2 classes.

Anyone have experience with any of the following?

  • HTY 313 Early Modern Europe
  • HTY 400 Discovering and Interpreting Local History
  • HTY/POS 371 International Relations and Modern Conflicts
  • HTY 318 Modern European History
  • HTY 401 Oral History
  • HTY/POS 370 Topics in Non-Western History: Native American History
  • HTY/POS 377 Modern China
For reference (if it means anything), these are the UMPI classes I have under my belt: US History I, US History II, Arab-Israeli Conflict, Vietnam Wars, Films of the Cold War, Medieval Europe*, Slavery in the US*, US Environmental History

Thank you!

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  Rosetta Stone & StackSkills Lifetime Subscription $119.20
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That's just $10/month for a year, but you get a lifetime subscription to both services!  I think it's worth it for the Rosetta Stone package as it includes all 24 languages, it's worth it for a couple already, but if you're looking at a third language that's icing on the cake.  Stackskills isn't worth it alone, but packaged with this as a great freebie add-on, I think it's a good choice for this bundle!

Bundle Includes:
Rosetta Stone: Lifetime Subscription (All Languages)
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Note: Unredeemed licenses can be returned for store credit within 30 days of purchase. Once your license is redeemed, all sales are final. Must apply the listed coupon code in cart to receive discount.
Link: Rosetta Stone: Lifetime Subscription (24 Languages) + StackSkills Lifetime Access (slickdeals.net)

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