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Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by Bruce, Oct 12, 2008.

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  1. Maniac Craniac

    Maniac Craniac Moderator Staff Member

    WOW, you did it! No offense, but reading your previous frustrations with transferring credits and completing your degree made me feel like my own frustrated efforts were "not that bad." :D WHOO HOO!!!! Celebrate!

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  2. Question Mark

    Question Mark New Member

    Hello Dr Marion,

    I was considering the programs from CIE, Grantham & Penn Foster.
    Do you have any comments that might help me decide?

    Cheers!
    Mark
     
  3. litlnemo

    litlnemo New Member

    This version was accepted, and my graduation date is 8/25/10! I guess I really am finished!
     
  4. Nitish

    Nitish New Member

    iam into the UOL external programme. i appeared for my diploma exam and failwd in maths1 stats1 and economice. could someone please enlighten me about the possible consequences and on what should i do? please it is urgent
     
  5. Maniac Craniac

    Maniac Craniac Moderator Staff Member

    I became a member of DegreeInfo at around the same time I enrolled with Excelsior. Since then I have finished my A.A. in Liberal Arts and am currently working toward a Bachelor's degree.
     
  6. Abner

    Abner Well-Known Member

    Good job MC!!!!!!!!


    Abner :)
     
  7. b4cz28

    b4cz28 New Member

    Congrats! Now just two more years for your BA.
     
  8. Jodokk

    Jodokk Member

    Awesome! That's great news!
     
  9. Autodidactic

    Autodidactic New Member

    Was a member for a few years before I finally got around to doing my DL graduate certificate of science (GradCertSc) in astronomy through Swinburne in 2009, graduated this April.

    I had been working part-time without a raise for almost 5 years when I started. 2/3 of the way through my first semester, on the basis of being in grad school, I got a full-time job that paid better, and have since gotten a promotion and a raise.

    Money well spent. I plan to continue to an MSc, even though it won't matter pay-wise.
     
  10. litlnemo

    litlnemo New Member

    My MA from HUX just appeared on my unofficial transcript last week. So now I really might be able to believe I am done. :) (I liked the program and do recommend it. But, wow, that was a long slog in my case!)
     
  11. Abner

    Abner Well-Known Member

    Yeah Baby!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Way to go! I just finished my MBA in 6/10, and boy was I HAPPY to be done.


    Abner :)
     
  12. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    litlnemo: My MA from HUX just appeared on my unofficial transcript last week. So now I really might be able to believe I am done. :) (I liked the program and do recommend it. But, wow, that was a long slog in my case!)

    Ted Heiks: Congratulations on your achievement!
     
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  13. emissary

    emissary New Member

    I know this is belated, but congratulations! You're definitely efficient. What I don't understand is how you have the time to slog out so many CLEP/DSST/ETCET and still post 1,906 posts in 7 months. You're cookin' man. Keep it up!
     
  14. emissary

    emissary New Member

    Congratulations, litlnemo!
     
  15. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    When are you going to start your doctorate?
     
  16. litlnemo

    litlnemo New Member

    That's up in the air right now. I need to do some serious thinking about what I want out of the future. Originally I started the degree to teach in the online division of the B&M school where I teach now. (They let me teach in person without an MA, but to teach online I had to get the MA.) However, in the intervening years, the market has gotten crazy -- and not only that, they now require me to get an MA in the field I'd be teaching. And, um, that's not the MA I got. (I teach web design. I had no interest in studying that as a graduate topic!) Previously, they just wanted me to have any MA. So I might not be able to use the MA for its original purpose, but as it turns out, I found a research topic I really enjoy. But my options for getting a PhD in that topic are fairly limited. So I have to do some thinking.

    Thanks, everyone! I found the HUX program a long time ago in alt.education.distance and then learned a lot more about it here, too. I got a lot of good advice from this site over the years.
     
  17. scotty

    scotty New Member

    Graduate Certificate in the Foundations of Business, UMass Lowell (2005) - DegreeInfo helped me find that program.
    Graduate Certificate in Advanced International Affairs, Texas A&M (2010) - DegreeInfo helped me decide on this program.
    Application turned in two days ago for UoL/LSE's Diploma for Graduates in Accounting - DegreeInfo helped me decide on this program.
     
  18. D.man15

    D.man15 New Member

    BS in Health Sciences (2008)- Touro University international
    MBA in leadership(2012)-Liberty University
     
  19. b4cz28

    b4cz28 New Member

    I got to do my "I'm Done," thread and it felt so good. Thanks to Tcord for pointing me to AJU and the rest of the people here who put up with my BS. It just feels so good to get done with my AS in CJ. I have a long way to go so I will keep pushing forward! I have rejected the plan to go with Lamar as of now and will keep on going with AJU. I only need another couple of semesters to get my BS. I will have a RA AGS from Clovis CC this summer anyways.
     
  20. Abner

    Abner Well-Known Member

    Good job B4! Keep up the good work and just keep moving forward. It will be over before you know it!

    Abner :)


     

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