Sophia: Annual subscription for only $149

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by asianphd, Aug 1, 2020.

  1. asianphd

    asianphd Member

    Got in my email.

    With your membership, you'll have on demand access to all Sophia courses and be able to take them whenever you want.

    Imagine being able to complete multiple general education courses in a month for one flat fee. Or even better, being able to complete them all in a year, helping to offset the cost of your degree.

    This new subscription is available to everyone for $79/month. But, as a thank-you, we want to extend an exciting offer:

    You can enjoy an annual subscription for only $149, a savings of over $790 off our monthly subscription price.

    With a Sophia membership, you get access to Sophia's entire catalog of ACE CREDIT®-recommended courses—you can complete as many as you want in your subscription period, taking up to two at a time.

    • This exclusive annual membership offer is only available through August 31.
    Start your subscription today and continue working towards your goals.
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  2. Mac Juli

    Mac Juli Well-Known Member

    Got this mail, too. The offering "Welch Way Management Training Program, powered by Sophia" might interest me. Did not figure out if it is included in the membership yet.
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  3. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    I've read a bit about Sophia on the other forum. Credit is ACE-recommended but some schools are picky about accepting all such credits, regardless of source. I just looked on Sophia's page and all the Big 3 are listed as accepting them - so that's a giant bite of the DIY degree market. The list of schools that are fully Sophia-friendly is here: And they say if your school isn't listed - ask. Could be good news. Worst anyone can say is "no."
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  4. SteveFoerster

    SteveFoerster Resident Gadfly Staff Member

    This is an absurdly good deal for Big Three seekers. And three of my kids have done, Saylor, and and agree that is their preference.
  5. Maniac Craniac

    Maniac Craniac Moderator Staff Member

    Holy inexpensive credits, Batman!

    I wish this was available when I was going for my degree!
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  6. asianphd

    asianphd Member

    Yes, I like Sophia the most too. They have a very nice self-learning approach. Saylor is the hardest one for me.
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  7. nomaduser

    nomaduser Active Member

    This is a great deal! you can get up to 80 credits on their website!
    But you'll have to do some research. Many universities won't accept credits from and
    Some universities do accept ACE but they won't let you know which or courses are transferable until you submit your enrollment application.
    And many of them will say they accept max 45 ACE credits.
    Last edited: Aug 1, 2020

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