Discussion in 'Accreditation Discussions (RA, DETC, state approva' started by Mac Juli, Sep 4, 2020.
Yes, getting the NA is awesome, adding the extra majors in the future is great as well...
I've urged the OP to share the story of his/their journey. I hope he does.
Apparently when Newlane got accredited by DEAC, they removed the ASIC logo from their website, despite the fact that ASIC Directory still lists them. I wonder why, since the co-founder was so fond of ASIC and its credibility/importance to international students.
Some more info on the pricing model that I haven't seen listed elsewhere (though I may have missed it in the previous pages.)
You pay a $249 flat fee and then $40 a month until you hit $1500. You can keep studying at no cost if you haven't earned the degree yet, or if you're ready to graduate you can pay the rest owing of your $1500.
And from their website I see 20 faculty and staff right now. (7 staff, 14 professors.) 9 PhDs among the faculty.
Weirdly only 2 staff and 2 faculty with doctorates in Philosophy.
Well, at least it proves that, despite what I hear, SOME people with advanced degrees in Philosophy get jobs.
14+7 != 20...my excuse is I'm on mobile
Close enough to 20. It's not like it was 40+7.
Close enough for a DI post. NASA trajectories -- nope. It's like tuning my guitar. "Close enough" is OK for folk music (mostly). Jazz is different, and has to be spot-on. Remember the old Russian pop song - "Don't throw your mobile in the Volga, Olga!"
My professor in cosmology would say "spot landing"! - As the order of magnitude is correct and constants don't bother anyone.
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