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    Hello! This is my first post and I'm hoping for some help. I have taken some courses intermittently since graduating HS in 1996, so I have some credits, but not entirely sure what will transfer into what programs. I would like to work toward my MSW , doing it slowly and on-line now to begin with and finishing it out by transferring every thing to a local college as I get closer to completion. I'm unsure how to proceed but would like to do my initial requirements as inexpensively as possible, and on-line. I think a school with an Associates or Bachelors in Human Studies is pretty close and would help me hit the majority of my requirements to move into a MSW in a few years.

    Any suggestions? I'm mainly finding the big names in on-line schools that are charging $300-$500 a credit hour. Are there better options out there? I'm in Massachusetts if that makes a difference.

    Thank you in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alcallahan View Post
    Hello! This is my first post and I'm hoping for some help. I have taken some courses intermittently since graduating HS in 1996, so I have some credits, but not entirely sure what will transfer into what programs. I would like to work toward my MSW , doing it slowly and on-line now to begin with and finishing it out by transferring every thing to a local college as I get closer to completion. I'm unsure how to proceed but would like to do my initial requirements as inexpensively as possible, and on-line. I think a school with an Associates or Bachelors in Human Studies is pretty close and would help me hit the majority of my requirements to move into a MSW in a few years.

    Any suggestions? I'm mainly finding the big names in on-line schools that are charging $300-$500 a credit hour. Are there better options out there? I'm in Massachusetts if that makes a difference.

    Thank you in advance!
    Fort Hays State University offers an online degree to achieve a Bachelor's in Sociology . Sociology - Fort Hays State University

    Their tuition is $178.30 per credit, $534.90 per class.

    They also offer online Associate and Bachelor of General Studies. General Studies - Fort Hays State University

    Good luck in your search!
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    Starting FHSU June 2012! (bachelor general studies)

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