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edX: Harvard and MIT form new online school

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  • PVmusicmomPVmusicmom 295 replies12 threads Member
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  • collegeboi1992collegeboi1992 16 replies0 threads New Member
    Yeah, they are non credit courses , and for general learning and self-advancement only..they are not equated to a degree..
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  • bluebook123bluebook123 4 replies1 threads New Member
    I wanted to know which would be a better option: Pursuing an ALB (BA) from Harvard Extension School or going to a community college for two years and then attempting to transfer to a four-year univeristy.

    I am considering going to a MA community college like Middlesex Community College or Bunker Hill Community College and then transfering into UMass or maybe even Haravrd.

    Assuming I can't transfer into Harvard, what's going to get me a job: A BA from Harvard Extension School or a BA from UMass (Amherst, Lowell, or Boston?)?
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