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How do I find schools that will accept a large number of credits toward a BA in Business?
I only have a few more classes to take to complete a BA in Business; however, I cannot finish the degree where I started it. All schools I have contacted will only accept a small fraction of the credits I have earned due to "residence" requirements. Are there any schools that will accept nearly all credits toward a BA degree?

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Asked by Scott Saturday Feb 5th 2011 in Online Colleges
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Hi ,
You can do MBA after Graduation.
MBA is good carrier option for you.
Please visit this link and get more info.
www.way2college.com/MBABangalore.htm .
All the best

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Unfortunately, I do not know of any specific online college or university that has a specific number. Every schools is different, and depending on the type, age, and the accrediting institution every school will accept a varying amount.

Now before I give you my advice, I am going to suggest you take a look at this Switching Schools: A Guide to Transferring Your College Credits. This is an excellent article that details the many issues involved with transferring college credit.

Now for what I suggest you to do, and you are not going to like it much. You are going to have to contact each of the schools that you are interested in, and discuss with an admissions officer how many credits they will accept. That is really about the only way you are going to be able to figure it out. Good Luck!

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