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Subject: obtaining a second degree part-time Date: 6/16/2006 12:14 PM
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Hi,

I received a bachelors degree in computer engineering technology in 2001. I'd like to get a bachelor in civil engineering.

I'll hopefully be going to a state school at night & part-time. My employer has no interest in me getting a civil degree, so they won't grant flex time or assist w/ tuition.

Finally, on to my question: Will I need to re-take basic classes like humanities and english classes? Or can I skip those and go directly to the classes that are unique to this degree?

Thanks,
-EMS
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