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  1. jennifer_m

    jennifer_m New Member

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    This place is amazing, so much information. Thank you.

    My backstory: I dropped out of Hampshire College in the eatly 1990's and went back to my local CC many years later. I'm about to graduate with an associate's in liberal arts and am trying to figure out where to transfer to for my bachelors. There are so many choices! I'm looking for a state school, undecided on major (likely sociology/liberal arts) and the deciding factor is probably if any of them take the Hampshire credits.

    The search is getting overwhelming (and I see that I can go on to an MA online if I want!) so I'll probably be here awhile...
     
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    Kizmet Moderator

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    Hi Jen - Welcome to degreeinfo! You might want to use our search engine to look for sociology programs. It's at least a place to start. As for your credits, some schools won't want to accept credits that are almost 20 years old. Others are more generous. If you create a short list of schools I think you'll find that they are quite good at answering such questions.
    Good luck!
     
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    Welcome!

    I take a lot more than I give on this forum, and I can tell you that the people on here are exceptionally knowledgeable and helpful. Good luck!
     
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    Thanks! The Hampshire credits are not just old, they don't have grades (Hampshire has written evaluations instead). That's why the CC would not take them. So it's definitely iffy. I have time to do more searching (I want to take two more cheap CC classes next semester) but I'm already spoiled for choice here.
     

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