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I literally only had to take an extra 30 credits one year. Whats In A Name January 25, at 1: It depends on where the credit was earned was the school regionally accredited or notis there an equivalent course offered that it can transfer in as or can it be an elective and what grade did the person receiver?
TotesMaGoats Actually, many schools are using the failure of for-profit schools as a recruitment opportunity and finding ways to take in those credits. Emily, admin extraordinaire WGU might be a good option in any case, since their classes are competency-based and the credit might transfer more easily to them.
They are taking the gen ed credits and one or two of the tech courses where knowledge can be verified. Fortitude Jones Our local junior college is doing this as well for former ITT students so they can complete an associates. Princess Consuela Banana Hammock Yeah—many schools are changing their policies for folks who were swindled, and at least for now, DOE has also modified their policies for these folks including discharging prior fed loans.
MissGirl January 25, at A few people in the night business programs are getting their masters to wipe out their for profit degrees. Our masters in accounting is only a one-year night program and has 98 percent placement.
Salaries are averaging 50 thousand. My roommate was able to transfer some of her credits from a defunct school to another state school and finish her bachelors.
That is awesome news. Many school accept credits from for-profit schools that have received Regional Accreditation, even if they have recently lost it. Prismatic Professional That is awesome! Atrocious Pink January 25, at Excelsior College private nonprofit based in Albany, NY has a liberal credit acceptance policy and has encouraged former ITT Tech students to get in touch.
Kat And look into employment at one of your local colleges. Lemon Zinger January 25, at My institution will accept some credits from for-profit schools dependent on the program. I would actually suggest to OP to leave the for-profit institution on her resume if she is applying to institutions of higher education.
The Strand January 25, at I worked at an institute of higher learning that told one of my colleagues her for-profit degree was not considered qualifying for a position she wanted to have. TCO January 25, at 1: January 25, at 1: I think this is a worthwhile option.
Michael in Boston January 25, at 3: It can be hard to get a position, though, so I would check something like higheredjobs.
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That is a fantastic idea. My college’s career services was a joke.
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