I studied business legal/corporate legal from 1994-1998, but didn't get a chance to get a degree. Can I get my degree with no need to start all over again?
I studied business legal/corporate legal from 1994-1998, but didn't get a chance to get a degree. Can I get my degree, where I don't need to start all over again, but still complete my degree. I have a transcripts of grades of those years.
In most cases college credits do not "expire." However, older credits, sometimes new ones, do not always transfer because some of your courses may not fit into the distribution requirements.
Every school has its own policy regarding acceptable credits, and this policy can change from year to year. I would highly recommend that you contact a few of our accredited online schools and ask about your previous credits. Make sure to ask exactly what you need to do to make the most of the time and money you have already invested in your education.
I suggest that you start with some of the schools on this page: Online Legal Degree Programs.
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