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Q: Getting Masters Degree in Six Months ( No Answer,   1 Comment )
Subject: Getting Masters Degree in Six Months
Category: Reference, Education and News > Education
Asked by: alphaman-ga
List Price: $50.00
Posted: 08 Jan 2006 10:06 PST
Expires: 07 Feb 2006 10:06 PST
Question ID: 430751
I have taken many classes and have had much training over the years in
the military, I would like a list of colleges (urls) offering masters
degree (BA or BS)in business, strategy or leadership with the
following characteristics:
- Regionally accredited
- Take unlimited previously-attained credit from other colleges
- Accept life experiences or business attained learning/training for credit
- Provide credit by testing
- Rolling acceptance and offers classes monthly 
- Possible to get a degree within 6 months
Need immediate answer

Request for Question Clarification by politicalguru-ga on 08 Jan 2006 10:09 PST
BA or BS are Bachelor, not Master's degrees. Which one do you want?

Clarification of Question by alphaman-ga on 08 Jan 2006 10:11 PST
- Must be able to earn the Masters degree on line (no residency is a must)

Clarification of Question by alphaman-ga on 08 Jan 2006 10:18 PST
- BA/BS is a mistype. Seeking Masters of Art (MA) or Science (MS).
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Getting Masters Degree in Six Months
From: rav3n187-ga on 14 Feb 2006 02:30 PST
If you are seeking a MA or MS in business, you will have a big problem
with that since most institutions only grant MBA's.

If you want an MBA, you will NOT find an accelerated program that'll
get you out in 6 months. Typically a good MBA is 2 years full time or
1 year (very rare. I've only seen it in Europe and Cal Poly SLO) for
accelerated studends (usually holding a bachelors in business).

Most MBA programs will NOT take previous course work from other
masters programs, but accelerated MBA programs might take a few
courses only if you hold a bachelors in business. You will NOT find an
MBA program with monthly classes at a regular University, so you might
want to try DeVry or ITT-Tech. I'm also pretty sure that MBA programs
will NOT take any form of "life experience" to fullfill curriculumn
since it is a requirement to even get accepted.

I think you demand too much and will never find such program you seek.

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