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    mrjt is offline Registered User
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    Online Masters: Who accepts the most transfer credits?

    I have 30 graduate level credits from a regionally accredited university that is on the other side of the country (I recently moved)!

    Which online graduate program accepts the most transfer credits? I haven't been able to find any that take more than 9 transfer credits.

    My credits are all in Education and Instruction (I'm a teacher ), but my final earned Masters could be Interdisciplinary or anything else.

    Oh, and the school has to be RA.

    Thanks!

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    Jonathan Whatley is offline Registered User
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    Try to get Original University to let you take the rest of the credits you'd need towards their degree from another school on a letter of permission, from themselves by distance or through customized reading courses or practica, etc.

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    joel66 is offline Registered User
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjt View Post
    I have 30 graduate level credits from a regionally accredited university that is on the other side of the country (I recently moved)!

    Which online graduate program accepts the most transfer credits? I haven't been able to find any that take more than 9 transfer credits.

    My credits are all in Education and Instruction (I'm a teacher ), but my final earned Masters could be Interdisciplinary or anything else.

    Oh, and the school has to be RA.

    Thanks!
    AMU/APU will accept up to 15 units
    Liberty University, MBA in Accounting (2013)
    Excelsior BS - General Business (2009)
    CPCU Designation (2010)

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    SteveFoerster is offline Resident Gadfly
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Whatley View Post
    Try to get Original University to let you take the rest of the credits you'd need towards their degree from another school on a letter of permission, from themselves by distance or through customized reading courses or practica, etc.
    This is excellent advice! I did the first 30 credits for my Master's at my home institution, then the final six somewhere else (where I was working and courses were therefore free) for transfer back there to finish up. I cleared it ahead of time, and it was fine with them, they just wanted to compare syllabi to ensure the courses were comparable.

    -=Steve=-
    BS, Info Sys concentration, Charter Oak State College
    MA in Educational Tech, George Washington University
    PhD in Leadership, U. of the Cumberlands (in progress)
    More at http://stevefoerster.com

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    Anthony Pina is offline Registered User
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    Excelsior College's M.A.in Liberal Studies degree will accept up to 15 units. https://www.excelsior.edu/Excelsior_...iberal_Studies
    Anthony Piña, Ed.D.
    Dean of Online Studies

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