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Taking online courses while out of state?

WanabepWanabep Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
So I am moving soon out of state and would like to finish my AA at my community college, I only have 4 more credits left. I would like to take these 4 classes online. None of these courses require a lab as far as I have seen. I could travel to campus a few times if required through out the semester.

Is this possible? I've tried to research it but can't seem to find anything. The reason for this is I don't want to mess up the accreditation for my AA. It would suck to be 75% done and then have complications that render part of my credits useless.

Unfortunately, I cannot stay where I am now as I cannot afford it on my own. What can I do? Or am I completely out of luck?

Ideally, I would finish my AA next semester, and then enroll into a school in my new state and start my major.

Thanks in advance for any feedback!

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