Danielm7 wrote: »
Are you concerned about someone asking to see your transcripts after you graduate?
Danielm7 wrote: »
I've never been asked for a transcript, nor seen anyone else need one either. You have a diploma, who cares where your past grades are from?
dragonsden wrote: »
So I'm T- 1.5 hours from my oral defense presentation, then the MSISA will be mine! The prospectus and capstone report were beasts. 24,000 words, 70 pages. Both were accepted on first submissions, so I'm hopeful its now smooth sailing. Mentally exhausted, but it's gonna feel go to have this behind me. I may do a lessons learned post for anyone doing the MSISA (when I have time that is)
ck86 wrote: »
I'm a little confused on how the GI bill works here. I see that 18cu is required to be considered full term. But considering this is self paced, how does that work? If I get through 18cu in 2 months will I receive full benefits for the remainder of the term?
Also, is there any way to attend anything locally that will give the location-based BAH rate rather than the reduced online only BAH?
devilbones wrote: »
When you attend WGU you are enrolled as full-time, no problems there. As far as the locality pay for BAH, not sure how you would do that. You can take a blend of online and in person classes and rate it, but not sure about different schools. Good luck and welcome. I had a great time.
CISSPorBust wrote: »
Which is better to get Bachelor of Science Cybersecurity and Information Assurance or Bachelor of Science Information Technolog - Security?
Datcyde wrote: »
I'm starting classes on Nov 1st at WGU and wanted to know if I can take the ITIL and network + test right away once I start. I been studying for these test for about 2 months now and will be ready to pass them in November. So will they let me do that?
denis92 wrote: »
The WGU websites states that one of the way to meet requirements for admission is to receive a "High level certificate", Is the A+ enough?
"Hold high-level IT certification in network, security, programming, data management, operating systems, or hardware management earned within the last five years."
NoNameNoob wrote: »
I'm enrolled to start Network Operations and Security on November 1st. I completed my CCNP R&S recently which puts me at about 18% completion. I'm planning to ideally put around 5 hours a night minimum towards study. Do you think it would be plausible to complete the content in a year or am I overshooting? Thanks in adv.
LarryTR wrote: »
How do they get a syllabus from a course offered 15+ years ago? I certainly can't produce it for them