Your last sixty-hours credit

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  1. avia93

    avia93 New Member

    I wish to attend an online graduate school, but I am limited to which one's I can attend. I want a masters in Liberal Arts, but every time I look at admission requirements they usually want your last sixty hours to be a at least a 3.0;while my last sixty is 2.8 :(
    I also want a graduated school that does not require a GRE or MAT exam. I want to start Graduated school as soon as possible.
    I have come down two schools in my choices, California State University, Dominguez Hills; but it requires a 3.00 for your last sixty hours and then there is Excelsior College.
     
  2. Dennis Ruhl

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  3. Bruce

    Bruce Moderator Staff Member

    Texas Christian University offers a Master of Liberal Arts degree that can be completed totally online. There is no mention on the website of a minimum GPA, just a RA Bachelor's degree for admission.
     
  4. dlkereluk

    dlkereluk New Member

    You might want to check Athabasca's Master of Integrated Studies to see if it meets your needs. The URL is:
    http://www.athabascau.ca/mais/introduction.html.
    The total cost for the degree in US dollars is approximately $ 7500. (based on the current exchange rate indicated at
    http://www.xe.com)
     
  5. BillDayson

    BillDayson New Member

    I'm a graduate of the CSUDH HUX program.

    CSUDH are willing to work with you if you have a GPA (last 60 hours) between 2.5 and 3.0. Usually what they do is admit you conditionally. You have to complete a certain amount of prescribed work with adaquate grades to get off probation.

    The point is that they will make an effort to help you. What you need to do is contact them, tell them your problem and ask them what you can do.

    Here's their FAQ page that verifies what I just said:

    http://www.csudh.edu/hux/huxfaq.html
     
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