Master Degree by Prior Learning?

Discussion in 'IT and Computer-Related Degrees' started by JimmySDG, May 3, 2008.

  1. JimmySDG

    JimmySDG New Member

    You have a good point.

    Any similar programs with a generous transfer policy to recommend?

    BTW, what do you think of the Master of Science in Health System Management or again, a similar program (thats affordable with generous transfer policy)

    And yes, I'm working in Healthcare Informatics.

    Thanks alot for the help, you folks point out interesting (and relevant) stuff.


    TEKMAN Semper Fi!

    I don't know anything about the American Sentinel University, all I know that they are new. Aspen University's the quality of the degree is really poor. At least it is my opinion. I started with Aspen University because they awarded me 9 credits from MCSE, and 1 class is considering full-time. I was using MGI Bill, so that is a big help. After completing two courses, and only 7 more course to go...I realize that the degree at Aspen University is less than a CCNP or CISSP certification. Therefore, I started going to the well known school. Yes, I chose to transfer to RA institute, but only certain school accept those credits. The George Washington University, Southern Methodist University didn't accept the credits.

    In your situation, I would stick with the Australian Institute. You can check with University of Dallas about their MBA program, and specialize in Information Technology or Information Assurance.

    "The MBA Degree Completion Program allows a student who has already started MBA coursework in another accredited program to complete the requirements for an MBA through the Graduate School of Management. This program allows for a larger number of transfer credits (up to 18 credit hours) to qualified applicants. An MBA Degree Completion at the University of Dallas requires the candidate to complete 50% plus one credit hour through our program. In addition, the student must have sucessfully completed at least five three-credit hour courses in their previous MBA Program."

  3. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    Amkerican Sentinel University is really not all that new; it is simply a new name for the newly-merged American College for Computer and Information Sciences and American Graduate School of Management.
  4. jwthornhill

    jwthornhill New Member

    Its no longer possible to qualify for any graduate programs at Aspen University without a undergraduate degree from either a regionally or DETC accredited institution.

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