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I have 153.5 credits from a regionally accredited school for computer sciences. They will not award me a bachelors. What can I do/transfer?
My degree was in computer sciences, I completed all degree requirements and am wanting to get a masters degree. All the places tell me that I cannot start because I was awarded a certificate of completion instead of a bachelors of science.

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Asked by Austio Monday Dec 13th 2010 in Campus Colleges
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Hi ,
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Right, this is a difficult question to answer. Unfortunately, if the program you completed was to a degree issuing programs, then you are going to have to do some more work. Most quality accredited colleges and universities will not accept students into graduate level degree programs who do not have a baccalaureate degree. What you are going to need to do is a ton of research. You will need to find a college/university who will allow you to take their programs prerequisites. There are some schools/programs that are more than happy to help you gain the prerequisites that you will need to be qualified for their program. The downside is that you are going to have to contact each of the schools you are interested in to find out if they offer this type of service.

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