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Differential Equations Online for College Credit?

SharanRavSharanRav Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
I am an incoming freshman at a Technology University, and it seems like I don't have room in my schedule to take the Differential Equations class at my college, so I need to take it online. Is there a college that offers this class online for college credit so that I can transfer it to my university?

I found LSU's Online Class, but it costs around $1000, but I want to see if there are any cheaper ones

BTW: My college requires Diff Equations as 4 credits, I see that some community colleges offer 3 credit classes

Any help appreciated. Thanks!!!

Replies to: Differential Equations Online for College Credit?

  • SharanRavSharanRav Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
    Hey Thanks for your reply, but what college is this from? Also, I appreciate your help, but I my college requires a 4 credit Differential Equations course, and the one you pointed out is only 3, so it might not be the best option for me, but Thanks anyways!
  • Sportsman88Sportsman88 Registered User Posts: 1,581 Senior Member
    That reply is from someone who has not posted before and has a fishy link at the bottom. Maybe legit, maybe not. If you do then math, It's $900 for 3 credits which is in range of LSU's class which may be the 4 hours you need? I'm not sure taking Diffy Q online is the best option anyway.
  • SharanRavSharanRav Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
    Oh okay thanks! Sorry for the late reply
  • bopperbopper Forum Champion CWRU Posts: 12,210 Forum Champion
    Normally you take Diff Eq as the 4th calculus class in college...so to me, taking it as a freshman as an online course would be very risky. You won't have the support and motivation that an in person course provides...and you don't need Diff eq as a pre-requisite for anything as a freshman. Be a freshman, wait to take Diff EQ later. Otherwise you may not do well and it will be in your GPA for ever.
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