Congratulations again on completing all degree requirements for your Associate and Baccelareate of Science Degree in Business*
They say that a picture says a thousand words;
so here are a few to help set the tone....
Be honest: you really didn't think it was possible, did you? Now you see it in black and white. Both an associates and bachelor's degree in under 6 months! Check out the test fees and college policies for yourself. For the motivated, self-directed, and goal-oriented individual, my degree plan is very practical and do-able.

Is it feasable? Check out the proof yourself.

Let's review what we've done....

Month 6

- Review of degree plan and total costs
- Additional exams to make up for failed ones, raise GPA, etc.
- Credits
- Sharing the wealth with others

Week's 21-24

Review to degree plan and total costs

Since tables are one of the best ways to organize data, I will create a table outlining the degree plan below:
* Simply substitute Excelsior College for whatever regionally accredited college or university you choose to graduate from. Excelsior College does NOT endorse this website. Remember the disclaimer.
For your convenience, I've also created a checklist that helps the beginner draw all of these concepts together.

Now actual graduation dates will vary, depending on how soon the official score reports/transcripts arrive at the college, when the deadline for the next degree conferral is, and making sure there are NO outstanding fees.  But once the academic advisor does the final audit and says your done....that it, your DONE!

That's all there is to it.  What were you expecting?  Long, boring classes with a professor? There is more than one way to demonstrate academic acheivement of degree requirements.  I simply showed you an alternative way.  And it's still 100% regionally accredited.  Remember, what methods you used are really irrelevant, as long as they are approved by the college or university granting the degree.

I've just shown you how to complete a 4 year BS degree in under 6 months (yes, 6 months) for a cash total of under $8,000 (for active duty military, as little as $2000).  All without any time or age requirements.*  Just the desire, motivation, and academic talent to succeed!


* Some schools set a requirement on age of credits.  For example:  If some of your transfer credits were earned more than, say, 5 years ago from date of enrollment, they may require you to retake the course/exam or demonstrate currency via an essay or phone conference with an academic specialist.  As with many other things in life, time is of the essence.

Also, the "Big 3" typically enroll students above the age of 21. But this can be waived as long as you can meet the academic requirements.


Among the many "takeaway concepts" of this roadmap, keep in mind that the roadmap presented is NOT "eched in stone" by any means! Feel free to customize it based on the transfer and academic policies of the college or university that you will ultimately undertake an undergraduate degree.  Also tailor it to your individual schedule and priorities.

Which then leads me to a second take-home point:  This roadmap shows you how to SHORTEN your path to a college degree!  Even if you attend a college that does not accept unlimited transfer credits towards their degree requirements, if you could test out of only 50% of the credits, thats 50% worth of tuition/fees/books/etc. that you've just saved thousands of dollars worth of school loans on!

Over 3000 colleges and universities across the United States accept some form of credit-by-examination.  There are no excuses for you not to get started today.

Are you beginning to see the big picture yet?

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Now some questions that you may want to begin ask yourself, if you haven't already done so:

- Do you want to move on to a Master's?
- Have you already been seeking career opportunities in the corporate world (using student career services or other job hunting techniques)?
- Military Oppotunities (officer programs, enlisted-to-officer)?

Taking additional exams

If you fail one or more CLEP/DSST exams, you can simply wait 6 months to re-take it (or 60 days for ECE, 90 for TECEP).  However, if you are in a hurry, you may want to consider having "backup" exams or ones that you can take to replace another one if you either fail or get an unwanted score.

Credits

Much of the information in which the degree plan roadmap was based off of the School of Business and Technology: Business Degree Programs Catalog, Excelsior College.  Other school publications were used as well such as Charter Oaks's
Official Catalog 2002-2004 and Thomas Edison's 2004-2005 Undergraduate Prospectus.

Other information gathered was largely through personal experience, having done 2 distance degrees myself.  Other good sources of information are either linked thoughout the roadmap or are presented on the links page.

On the special thanks page in the about us section, I dedicate a special thanks to all those whom helped to make my degree earning a success.
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