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TESU & Study.com Transfer Credits - Kurt8991 - 10-04-2019

Hi All, Looking to finish my BA in Computer Science at TESU and discovered study.com. I have quite a bit of transfer credits from previous colleges I attended and was curious if TESU has a limit on transfer and specifically for ones at Study.com while I’m enrolled at TESU.


RE: TESU & Study.com Transfer Credits - HogwartsSchool - 10-04-2019

Transfer to TESU
90 credits from study.com (use SDC for upper level courses)
90 credits from straighterline (use SL for lower level courses)
80 credits from CC


RE: TESU & Study.com Transfer Credits - Kurt8991 - 10-05-2019

(10-04-2019, 11:58 PM)HogwartsSchool Wrote: Transfer to TESU
90 credits from study.com (use SDC for upper level courses)
90 credits from straighterline (use SL for lower level courses)
80 credits from CC
So you can combine these? I have a lot from CC and I’m sure I passed the 80 credits from CC. So I can transfer 90 credits from SDC if i take the classes? Just want to clarify. Thank you for helping me out


RE: TESU & Study.com Transfer Credits - HogwartsSchool - 10-05-2019

Those are the credits limits for EACH alternate credit provider (e.g, SDC, SL). NOTE. CC credits are combined, you can't exceed 80 credits from CC combined. Before you begin taking courses at SDC or anywhere else, apply and submit for an evaluation at TESU, and find out what courses you will need to fulfill for your degree requirement. You don't want to take courses which you don't need or have already taken.

Review. https://www.tesu.edu/admissions/transfer-credit


RE: TESU & Study.com Transfer Credits - Kurt8991 - 10-05-2019

(10-05-2019, 12:14 AM)HogwartsSchool Wrote: Those are the credits limits for EACH alternate credit provider (e.g, SDC, SL). NOTE. CC credits are combined, you can't exceed 80 credits from CC combined. Before you begin taking courses at SDC or anywhere else, apply and submit for an evaluation at TESU, and find out what courses you will need to fulfill for your degree requirement. You don't want to take courses which you don't need or have already taken.

Review. https://www.tesu.edu/admissions/transfer-credit

Okay thank you. Just so I understand, say I already have 80 credits from CC. That means I can still get an additional 90 credits from SDC or SL? I already know what classes I need for my degree as I had an academic evaluation done for it at TESU.


RE: TESU & Study.com Transfer Credits - eriehiker - 10-05-2019

Yes. You are correct. 90 from each provider.


RE: TESU & Study.com Transfer Credits - Kurt8991 - 10-05-2019

(10-05-2019, 10:38 AM)eriehiker Wrote: Yes.  You are correct.  90 from each provider.

Awesome, thank you!


RE: TESU & Study.com Transfer Credits - dfrecore - 10-05-2019

If you post your eval on here, we can look at it and let you know what to take and where.

Since you already have 80cr+ from a CC, I would say that the easiest thing to do is do the remaining at Study.com entirely, so that 1) they can all be sent to TESU directly for free; and 2) you can get those UL credits you need.

Also, TESU will continue to take credits while you're enrolled there. So, you could enroll by taking the cornerstone, continue to take your Study.com courses, and then finish up with the capstone when you're completed with them.


RE: TESU & Study.com Transfer Credits - Kurt8991 - 10-06-2019

(10-05-2019, 06:59 PM)Hi dfrecore Wrote: If you post your eval on here, we can look at it and let you know what to take and where.

Since you already have 80cr+ from a CC, I would say that the easiest thing to do is do the remaining at Study.com entirely, so that 1) they can all be sent to TESU directly for free; and 2) you can get those UL credits you need.

Also, TESU will continue to take credits while you're enrolled there.  So, you could enroll by taking the cornerstone, continue to take your Study.com courses, and then finish up with the capstone when you're completed with them.
Hi, here is what I need to compete for my degree

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A. Required Courses
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  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Assembly Language
  • Comparative Programming Languages
  • Compiler Construction
  • Computer Arithmetic Algorithms
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Computer Organization
  • Computer Statistical Techniques
  • Computer Simulation
  • Data Mining and Data Analytics
  • Database Systems and Design
  • Mobile App Development
  • Operations Research
  • Problem Analysis and Solution
  • Programming Languages
  • Software Engineering
  • Switching Theory and Automata
  • UNIX
  • Web Design and Development
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I have completed Calc. 1 and introduction to Programming from taking C++ at CC. I have all the Gen Ed classes complete. 

I plan on taking these classes below at SDC to Make them transfer credit. It looks like I’m 2 classes short plus the capstone course. Are we allowed to take any Cybersecurity courses or Network courses that are available at SDC? Any info helps. Thanks!
Discrete Math 
Data Struct. COS-241 
Operating Sys. COS-240
Computer Arch. COS-330
Database Man. CIS-311
Syst. An. & Des. CIS-320



RE: TESU & Study.com Transfer Credits - davewill - 10-06-2019

Cybersecurity, no; network, yes.

Here's a CS degree plan you can modify with your own credits.