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Old 01-26-2009, 05:38 PM   #11  
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don't know much about this place but if am not mistaken the university msu itself is accredited, and cessna was willing to partner with them.
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A it depends how many hours you have and if the guidelines call for a BS

B Yes it will being it's not accredited

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They don't charge for transfer of credits/certificates. ERAU/UV only allow a certain number of licenses where at MSU it's almost twice as much for free. MSU is great for those who already have college credit an associates because the unlimited transfer for free policy saves a lot of time and money especially for the FAA licenses which are up to like 40 credits. That's almost 1/4 of the degree and if you have an AS, you can get a BS in about one year or more.
I finished my degree through Riddle at a satellite campus, not online but was given 36 credits towards my degree for ratings and flight experience. Plus, they took all my transfer credits from my freshman year at a NY State school.
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A it depends how many hours you have and if the guidelines call for a BS

B Yes it will being it's not accredited

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I don’t know that I understand your post, so if you were referring to something else than this does not apply.

From their web site

Mountain State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association (312.263.0456, www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org).

http://www.mountainstate.edu/aboutmsu/facts/accreditation/default.aspx
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They don't charge for transfer of credits/certificates. ERAU/UV only allow a certain number of licenses where at MSU it's almost twice as much for free. MSU is great for those who already have college credit an associates because the unlimited transfer for free policy saves a lot of time and money especially for the FAA licenses which are up to like 40 credits. That's almost 1/4 of the degree and if you have an AS, you can get a BS in about one year or more.


For an A.S. it is up to 40 credits. For a B.S. it is up to 50 credits…
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