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    Differential Equations/Linear Algebra Course

    Do you guys know any ONLINE/Distance Learning course in

    Differential Equations or Linear Algebra (or Combined?)

    I have found at LSU, but it's a little too expensive. I was looking more of community college schools in United States that I can transfer over. Thank you very much.

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    LSU is generally considered to be rock-bottom pricing. If you can't do that then you'll have to go outside the USA.
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    LSU charges $445 for a 3 credit course. You should start with the community colleges and state universities in your state of residence. You might be able to find something in the $300 range. University of Idaho is $325, but they don't have the course you need. Clovis Community College and New Mexico Junior College are cheap, but they also don't have the course you need. Ohio University is also cheaper, but it's not offering linear algebra or differential equations at this time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sanantone View Post
    LSU charges $445 for a 3 credit course. You should start with the community colleges and state universities in your state of residence. You might be able to find something in the $300 range. University of Idaho is $325, but they don't have the course you need. Clovis Community College and New Mexico Junior College are cheap, but they also don't have the course you need. Ohio University is also cheaper, but it's not offering linear algebra or differential equations at this time.
    This is funny. You're saying that there are cheaper schools but if they don't offer the right courses then, so what? LOL!
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    Unless you find a community college in your own state that offers these courses online, you won't beat LSU prices. What state are you in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kizmet View Post
    This is funny. You're saying that there are cheaper schools but if they don't offer the right courses then, so what? LOL!
    It doesn't change the fact that it's not rock bottom pricing. I'm just throwing it out there that the OP can potentially find the course for less in his or her own state instead of going through the hassle of looking outside of the U.S. for a course that may or may not transfer.
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    OK, I get you. There's some stores near where I live. Ocean State Job Lots. Everytime you go there they have different stuff. There's no question they have real good deals, but if they don't have what you're trying to buy then it doesn't really matter if they have good prices. That's all I'm trying to say.
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    I see, but it doesn't hurt to look for a good deal, especially if you know it's possible to find it. It's not like trying to find a new car for $1,000. I already know of one school where I could take linear algebra for less than LSU, but the OP may not live in the same state.
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