Posted on Sep 20, 2014
CMSgt James Nolan
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I have far exceeded the hourly requirement for a Bachelor's Degree, and already hold 3 Associate's through CCAF. I am looking for on-line universities that you have attended that were:
1-Good on accepting transfer credit/experience
2-Not big on lots of "community" projects (working on things with other students).
3-Good on being flexible with their "adult" students.

I am in the market and value the opinions
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WO1 Humint Technician
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I used Excelsior both for my bachelor's and now my master's program. The great thing about their master's program is it only costs 275 per credit hour, so per semester out of pocket to you is only books and $75. Very affordable
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MSG Brad Sand
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I really loved the way AMU took care of me and all the other soldiers taking classes there. They have steel on target for all your points of interest...or at least they did for me. All on-line, set up by veterans to help soldiers.
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MSG First Sergeant
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I have used Ashford University to complete my Bachelors and about halfway through my MBA. Their Bachelors classes are 5 Weeks, Masters are 6. Almost all books are online and all but two were covered in their military grant. Classes for the Bachelors stay along the TA Cap, unfortunately, this is not the case with the Masters. There was no requirement for group work other than discussions each week. Typical class is 2 discussions per week that are due on Thursdays, two (Total of 4) replies by Sundays and all quizzes or papers (Typically one or the other for a week) are due by Monday midnight, your local time. They gave me 40 or 50 S.H.s when I started with them and that was based on nothing but military education and one Microsoft class. If you haven't already found something thing check them out.
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