Discussion in 'Education, Teaching and related degrees' started by educateFuture55, Dec 19, 2018.
Thanks Chip. Your response is refreshing and very helpful.
I have a colleague who claimed he finished a MBA with Western Governors University in 1 semester. Is he full of you not what?
He is correct, many professionals have completed the degree within 1 term (6 months) for under $4,000. The reason is it's competency-based, meaning that the student is tested through assessments of their knowledge of the material. The fastest I have seen someone complete the degree is within 3-4 months and many have done it while working full time and have kids. I am looking at getting the MSML and MBA ITM combo from WGU for roughly $8,000 and in 1 year, other competency-based programs I have looked at is Purdue Global Exceltrak MBA and Walden Tempo MBA and some others.
This is not going to go well for you here.
I'll help you by letting you know that "getting in" is a non-issue. You can get into probably 3,000 colleges by having a pulse and checkbook. That's not a slam, it's the truth.
Master's in Education has a folder, my advice is to start there.
Hello. The OP said they are interested in “getting it” in regards to the degree not “getting in” to a program, right?
OP "At this point the content of the degree isn’t on the priority list but more so just getting it. "
?? I read this to mean he's worried about getting accepted into a master's program.
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