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Subject: Re: obtaining a second degree part-time Date: 6/16/2006 12:24 PM
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Different colleges / states, as well as different academic programs,have different rules. My experience with different programs puts a time limit on certain classes - did you take them within the last five years, etc. Especially with an engineering program, though, I don't know. If this is the same school you got your original degree at, it'll be easier than if you are trying to transfer in old credits.

I would call either the registrar or the admissions office of the college you plan to attend. They'll probably be able to answer the question right of the top of their head.

Good luck.

Matthew
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