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I have all the credits I need for a health care administration associate's degree except for the three credits of college algebra that is required. Do you know where I can find the cheapest place to earn these?

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Asked by deelong Wednesday Feb 16th 2011 in College Tuition
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If you are only missing your last three credits of you degree, then you are more than likely going to need to complete those at the college or university that will be issuing your degree.

The vast majority of college and university require students to complete a certain portion of their final credits at their institution. So, for example during my undergraduate years, I had to complete my final 30 credits with my university. I was not allowed to transfer them in as a cheaper option.

So, what I am going to suggest you do is contact your advisor and talk to them about your options. They will more than likely have the best solution to your college algebra problem.

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