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#1328 - 03/26/2006 05:46 AM AS OR BS
MariaKB Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 03/26/2006
Loc: US
Hi, I have about 60 credits and looking to transfer to Excelsior. I would like to get by AS before getting my BS. I looked at the Excelsior info and I have one class left to get my AS. Should I transfer now so I can get my AS or transfer when I have more credits (say 80 or 90)? If I transfer when I have more credits, will they still be able to give me the AS degree? Do I transfer and pay the BS sign up fee and then ask for my degree in AS? Not familiar with all of this but want to make sure I do it right (at the lowest possible cost).

THanks!

Maria

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#1329 - 03/27/2006 10:00 AM Re: AS OR BS
Anonymous
Unregistered

This sounds like a question for the two schools that you are working with. I am sorry i can't be of more help. I think I would be inclined to get the AS and transfer that but I think you would be best to talk to both schools.

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