TESC Older Technical (Electronics) Transfer Credits

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by proracer, Aug 17, 2008.

  1. proracer

    proracer Member

    I have reviewed the TESC catalog and have found that I may be able to use my electronics courses from the Navy and Air Force. The only catch is they are over 10 years old. I also found that I must speak with a Professor about the credits.

    I have been working in the electrical/electronics field and have been for the past 11 years. They probably want to know if I am current in the industry.

    Is there anyone that has been through this process?

    Thanks, Jim
  2. sentinel

    sentinel New Member

    The credit hours should transfer into your degree provided you are working in the field related to those courses. This requirement is in place to due to the constantly evolving nature of the subject matter, in the opinion of the school. The same situation arises for those with computer science credit hours older than 10 years at Charter Oak State College, for instance. You might want to send TESC a copy of your c.v. (resume).

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