Communications class for TESU BSBA GM

Discussion in 'Business and MBA degrees' started by larry schlocker, Oct 13, 2021.

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  1. larry schlocker

    larry schlocker New Member

    What will TEL learnings
    Introduction to Communication class coming as for a TESU degree? It is coming from York college which is RA.
     
  2. Rachel83az

    Rachel83az Active Member

    According to TEL, York transcripts that course as COM 113 Basic Speech. This should come in as Public Speaking or equivalent, filling that gen ed requirement.
     
  3. Futuredegree

    Futuredegree Active Member

    Nice to see another Cuny student on board.
     
  4. larry schlocker

    larry schlocker New Member

    Thanks Rachel. Sorry for the late reply.

    How would the new, York-Introduction to Business class apply to a BSBA GM at TESU?

    Completed Psychology, introduction to IT and Communication at TEL/York. World Civilizations almost finished. Will hopefully complete history, Business, American Government and one other class by March, and finish the degree by March 2023. I currently have 69 credits total.
     
  5. Rachel83az

    Rachel83az Active Member

    As far as I am aware, Introduction to Business would fall under free electives. If you have a personal interest, I would suggest instead taking Sophia's Intro to Business. It's cheaper, so there is less money wasted if you find the course doesn't actually fit into your degree plan.

    BTW, I'm not sure how much of the degree you've completed so far, but you know that there are more alt-credit friendly business degrees at TESU besides just GM, right? I would probably suggest Entrepreneurship. It has similar course requirements to GM, but it could look better on a resume.
     
  6. larry schlocker

    larry schlocker New Member

    Thank you. Will look at Entrepreneurship. Already completed the Sophia class but considering the Tel/York class to complete the eight required RA. classes. The York classes take a lot longer than the Sophia classes but are doable.
     
  7. Rachel83az

    Rachel83az Active Member

    FWIW, if you've already got a bunch of credits from places like Sophia, I would apply and pay for the Medical Terminology TECEP ($50 and you don't actually have to even try to take it) right away. This will enroll you and lock you into this year's catalog. If TESU is going to make any policy changes, they do it on January 1st and June 1st. Having your courses transferred in and your catalog locked will help make you partially immune to any adverse policy changes.
     
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  8. SteveFoerster

    SteveFoerster Resident Gadfly Staff Member

    Whoa, that's good thinking.
     
  9. Rachel83az

    Rachel83az Active Member

    Yeah... if I'd actually followed through on that advice a few years ago, I'd have been able to do a degree without a capstone or cornerstone. I am the example that you DO NOT want to follow. Get your catalog locked in ASAP. You can always change to a new catalog if it is favorable, but you can't go back to an old catalog if you're not already enrolled.
     
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