I am new to this board, but my husband told me that this board has helped him tremendously on his academic quest. I am currently enrolled at TESC for my Bachelor's in International Business. I transfered in my Associates Degree in Marketing from Quincy College, as well as some course credits from the University of Massachusetts Boston, the University of Phoenix and some military credits. Last year, I had ten classes left for graduation. My degree: International Business is kind of complicated because most classes necessary to graduate are not offered at TESC. I started my 12 credits residency and worked with an Advisor to find some classes elsewhere that I can transfer in. I found Baker College Online and the classes were accepted. One of the emails verifying this acceptance disappeared because I was handed off to a different advisor. I took International Management at TESC and fullfilled one of my requirements. Other subrequirements asked for classes that I absolutely could not find ANYWHERE (e.g. post-soviet economy or International transportation) However, International Management could be applied to two different subrequirements and my advisor specifically instructed me that I can re-take International Management as Global Management as I found this course at Baker College, and plug both courses into two requirements. So, I took Global Management at Baker College and just finished it (it was the hardest class in my academic career) and was told today that I cannot double-take one class, regardless if they are carried by a different name, class level (it was a 400 level class at Baker, carrying 4sh) instead of 300 at TESC. So they basically told me to appeal it with the Dean of TESC. Furthermore, I have two international business electives that I could not find (e.g. the post-soviet economy) and substituted them with different international classes at Baker college that were approved by TESC but they do not want to give me 3 credits but only 2.67. So in the end, I am shy 1.66 and therefore have to take another class. Can I appeal this? Has anybody won an appeal with TESC or the dean there? Has anybody had a similar situation where TESC does not recognize 4sh elsewhere for 3 credits at TESC? I am fed up with TESC and would just give up my International Business degree and go with the majority of most business degree graduates and change to Business Administration. They do not offer most classes, don't accept full credit for classes that one finally finds elsewhere and then they advise one wrong (the advisor did) and say: "sorry, you double took a class" Please help!!!!