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    American College of Education-Transition to Teaching program

    Hello all,

    So I think I have decided to enroll in ACE's in Transition to Teaching program (24 Credits) and eventually finish Master of Arts in Elementary Education program (10 Additional credits) once I've gotten my license. Any one here have experience with this program or with the college in general?

    Thanks in advance!
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    I don't have any experience with ACE's masters programs, but I am currently enrolled in their doctoral program. Speaking about the school in general, I have been quite pleased thus far with the attentiveness and responsiveness of the instructors and other staff. The price is also a steal compared to most doctoral programs and I would bet that they are very competitive at the master's level too. I don't know if there are many ACE students/alums on this board, but I'm happy to answer whatever I can (which may not be much for you since I'm in a different program and just started in January, but hey....that's what I got ;)
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    Here's their MEd tuition comparison chart"

    Master Tuition Comparison – American College of Education

    Without doing any fact checking I'd say it clearly is a good deal.
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    Thank you all for your replies.
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    You could check my MEd Sticky, hereinabove; it gives an elongated state by state list of some 320 online MEd degrees, with websites, degree titles, majors/concentrations, hourly tuition, hours to degree, total program tuition, and accreditation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Heiks View Post
    You could check my MEd Sticky, hereinabove; it gives an elongated state by state list of some 320 online MEd degrees, with websites, degree titles, majors/concentrations, hourly tuition, hours to degree, total program tuition, and accreditation.
    I did check it out, so informative! It really helped.
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