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Offline hazefactor

Distance Education: Calculus-Based Physics I/II
« on: Aug 08, 2012, 11:29 »
I have my TESC degree and I am trying to get into a MS Health Physics curriculum.  Despite being told that some colleges will let military personnel with experience slide in without Modern Physics or Gen Physics I/II, I would like to maximize my experience prior to getting in.

Does anyone have a good recommendation for where to take these online/distance learning?  I understand the labs are cheesy and the writeups are "busy work" but it's better than leaving work to take a class at 1300 five days a week at the local community college.  I currently live in Jacksonville, NC, where there aren't any big colleges/universities.

Recommendations appreciated, thanks all.

 


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