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Can online courses be transferred to a univeristy degree program that matches?
I am wondering if non-free online courses do result in credits that can be applied to a degree in another University

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Asked by confidentialrey Thursday Jan 1st 2009 in Uncategorized
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YES online courses can transferred to a university degree program that matches according to universities norms and condition and it should be depend on university

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That is a really good question, and it all depends on the institution that is offering the online course as well as the school you are looking to transfer to.

What I would suggest is making sure that you keep an open line of communication, meaning you need to keep in contact with both the school and the institution who is offering the online course. By speaking with both institutions you will ensure that things go as smoothly as possible, and that you will not waist anytime, effort, or money.

Also, if the courses do not directly transfer, you may have another option. Most universities have an independent study type of option. This option will allow you to indirectly take online courses for credit that are not offered by school itself.

Remember that when it comes to education, keeping in contact is the key.

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