Frugal Online Courses..and Easy Undergrad Online Courses????
Q: -I want to study investing taking an online course. Kaplan and the college of
financial planning charges for a whole package. I just want to take a couple
of credits which would be recognized by the state.
Any ideas on legit frugal courses??
-My wife is 13 credits from finishing her BA at Thomas Edison State College.
She needs 2 science and one math (12 credits), plus an elective for 1
credit. Which online college is known for having easier courses and online
formats. Of course only accredited colleges.
A:-Check with your local community college, university, or an accredited college of some sort. Most colleges these days offer "distance learning" (internet based -- communicate to the professor via email exams/papers/projects, etc.) type courses in all fields. And you can earn college credit. And the course materials/syllabi/notes are available over the internet or are emailed to you. -To the second question:Why doesn't she take equivalency exams? I don't know if it is possible to say that online courses of a particular school are easier than the ones of other schools. This is very subjective. I, living in Germany, am currently taking Introduction to Statistics (PSY 230) from Rio Salado Community College in Arizona over the net ... and I have to say that I don't spend too much time on the course. It's very manageable. But the ENG101 (English Composition) I took before involved much more work. I had to read a lot more and write essays and things like that. For the PSY230 I have take online multiple-choice tests and submit a few calculations.
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