COSC Bachelors success !!!

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by andyhutch, Sep 14, 2005.

  1. andyhutch

    andyhutch New Member

    Well its taken me 2 years but I now have the credits for my COSC BS General Studies with a concentration in Management and Psychology !!! It was really 2 years elasped time but only about 15 months of study time.

    Apart from 1 psych course from BYU, 1 x research course from COSC and 2 CompTIA tests, everything else was either a CLEP, DANTES or ECE test. My academic biography was approved first time which I was very happy about.

    Big thanks to everyone on this forum as I took inspiration from the posts in my periods of 'oh my god not another test'

    Next I think is the MSc Strategic Business IT from University of Portsmouth
  2. DesElms

    DesElms New Member

    Congratulations! Way to go! Good luck as you continue on! Rah, rah... and all that kinda' stuff.


    Seriously... good work. And great success in the future.
  3. Abner

    Abner Well-Known Member

    Good job!!!!!!!!!!!Congrats!

  4. PatsFan

    PatsFan New Member

    Congratulations! I've been recommending COSC to a lot of people interested in finishing their bachelor's degrees. Good luck with the MSc.
  5. -kevin-

    -kevin- Resident Redneck

    Congratulations and continued success with the MSc!
  6. friendorfoe

    friendorfoe Active Member

    Congrats...label me jealous :D
  7. jayncali73

    jayncali73 New Member

  8. mcdirector

    mcdirector New Member

    Good news! Congratulations!
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  10. Randell1234

    Randell1234 Moderator Staff Member

    Congratulations.... it is a great feeling
  11. edowave

    edowave Active Member

    Impressive. What was the final cost for your BS?
  12. Dave C.

    Dave C. New Member

    Good work Andy.
  13. kozen

    kozen Member

    Great! Congratulations........
  14. bceagles

    bceagles Member

    COSC "Buyer Beware"????

    I wish to obtain a BA in general studies. What should I keep in mind if I'm to enroll in COSC? I'm still taking exams:

    What exams won't yield me any credits at COSC?

    What are their potential bumps in the road?
  15. Will Makeit

    Will Makeit New Member

    Congratulations man, I envy you so much!!!
  16. unixman

    unixman New Member

    Congrats for a well-fought battle, I'm sure. Good luck!

  17. Carlos M. Lorie

    Carlos M. Lorie New Member

  18. Oaskie

    Oaskie New Member


    Out of curiousity, for what reasons did you choose the University of Portsmouth for your MSc?
  19. andyhutch

    andyhutch New Member

    Overall I spent about $6k on testing,,, and books

    I chose Portsmouth because of the cost and my knowledge of IT. NCC Education offer a PGDip and then Portsmouth offer a top up MSc. It costs $8.5k for both. The NCC PGDip is 4 modules of which an MCSE or CCNA gains exemption from module 4. The 3 modules can be completed in 6 months and the MSc Dissertation in 6-9 months. As a former CIO and now CISO I'm hopefully validating much of what I already know. Hope that helps
  20. Clep'N

    Clep'N New Member


    Congrats man!


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