Discussion in 'Accreditation Discussions (RA, DETC, state approva' started by Disciple, Sep 22, 2004.
The website says:
Therefore, it seems, they will not accept their own degrees.
One of the wisest SRU policies that I've seen yet! Although, I would guess that it is a policy that they would ignore in a New York second when offered cash for a graduate degree.
there's a bridge...
This is a fistula from another thread, but what they heck... an entity that offers a "MusBacPerf Bachelor of music (performance)" degree, but via distance learning, is not exactly to be taken at its word. ("Yeah, drop me a note," says the professor to the distant student.) How do you train someone as a "Master of art conservation" via email? ("No, no, don't use the razor blade! Damn, I wish you had read your email before starting on that Van Gogh!")
Sure they will, they covered themselves with this from their FAQ:
Since when are they ACE evaluated? There's no mention of that on the ACE site.
The following link is even more interesting than their FAQ, here they try to tell their prospective students how to recognize "bogus accreditors" :
Is SRU operating legally?
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