Introduce Yourself!

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Chip, Mar 30, 2009.

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  1. SteveFoerster

    SteveFoerster Resident Gadfly Staff Member

    A lot of people have this as a criterion. Given how it would broaden your choices, though, perhaps take it and see what happens? If you do better than you expect, you have more options. If not, well, the opportunity cost was pretty low.
     
  2. sks972

    sks972 New Member

    All-I-could-eat CLEP/DSST tests from the military got me my first associate degree back in the day. Switched to Thomas Edison for my bachelor's, obtained with many more tests. Now retired, I lurked here and found out about WGU. MBA was quick, M.Ed. less so. I was considering pulling the trigger on Walden's Tempo Learning M.S. in psychology, but the 50% off deal seems to have dried up. I'm pondering my next move.

    Some of the information I learned here while lurking helped my son when the pandemic hit. He was attending community college the traditional butt-in-seat way when schedules went haywire, and he just needed some electives to finish. He was quite happy to knock those out with The Institutes and TEEX cyber 101/201/301.

    I appreciate the forum!
     
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  3. B Love

    B Love New Member

    Hello! I am a relatively new user and would appreciate some advice. Would anybody happen to have information on the DHSc online program at Bay Path University? I was recently accepted but am still contemplating. I am also quite interested in the DPS in Bioethics at Albany Medical College and the DSS in Prevention Sciences at Wilmington University. Any feedback or information would be greatly appreciated.
     
  4. Rachel83az

    Rachel83az Active Member

    You'll probably get a better response if you start a thread of your own instead of asking questions here. :)
     
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