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I need to take courses in music for continuing education credits. I saw the online music courses, but it does not say how many credits. Can you help me find classes in music for available university credit that can be used for teacher continuing education credits?

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Asked by stsulecki5 Sunday Feb 7th 2010 in K-8 Education
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When it comes to teacher continuing education and university credit it typically falls on the shoulder of the the intuitions you are attending to receive you degree for certification from on whether or not they will accept the credits you have earned for and online course/program.

So, this is what I would suggest you do. I would collect as much information about the online course that you can, and take that to the institution you are attending. This way you will be able to specifically find out if the credits you earn for the online courses will be accepted by that institution. This will alleviate any excess stress that you might incur from signing up and paying for a course they may not accept.

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