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I'm looking to bang out my bachelors degree from the cheapest accredited university. I'm considering the online in CJ degree at $960/class. Transfering in 90 credits and taking the last 10 required. Then I will start up my Masters degree at a Quinn bill compliant school.
1) has anyone taken this online degree program in CJ? If so, how is it?
2) I'm looking for an easier program for Masters degree that I can do online. Don't care where the diploma is from as long as I get it done and don't have to write an insane thesis paper. Unless of course someone already has one done for me $$. Haha
 

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I'm in the SNHU CJ program now. the work load is manageable even if you have a fairly busy life. The flexibility to not have to go to a classroom several hours a week is great. I can do the work on my own time. They have six terms a year, each term is eight weeks long. Taking two classes per term is considered full time because you will complete 12 classes a year. I just started there Jan/2017 and transferred a bunch of credits. I will complete my bachelors May/2018.
 

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Curry is $375 per credit if you take at least 9 credits per semester, so it would be close to the same as SNHU- $1125 per class. I'd highly recommend it. Online and in-person classes, 8 week terms, so you can take two classes at a time and still do four classes per semester, Quinn bill accredited so you begin to receive Quinn $ for the BA degree, great faculty, and the majority of students are OTJ. Curry will allow you to transfer in 90 credits, but you need at least 30 from them, most Bachelors degrees require 120 credits to complete. I believe they also offer a discount on the Master's degree if you have a BA from them. PM me if you have any questions.
 

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That college is not Quinn Bill Approved. Here’s the official list

Anna Maria College Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Anna Maria College Master of Science in Criminal Justice
Berkshire Community College Associate in Science in Criminal Justice
Bridgewater State University Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Bridgewater State University Master of Science in Criminal Justice
Bristol Community College Associate in Science in Criminal Justice
Bunker Hill Community College Associate in Science in Criminal Justice
Cape Cod Community College Associate in Science in Criminal Justice
Curry College Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
Curry College Master of Arts in Criminal Justice
Fitchburg State University Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Lasell College Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Lasell College Master of Science in Criminal Justice
MassBay Community College Associate in Science in Criminal Justice
Massasoit Community College Associate in Science in Criminal Justice
Middlesex Community College Associate in Science in Criminal Justice
Mount Wachusett Community College Associate in Science in Criminal Justice
North Shore Community College Associate in Science in Criminal Justice
Norwich University (VT) Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
Quincy College Associate in Science in Criminal Justice
Salem State University Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Salem State University Master of Science in Criminal Justice
Springfield Technical Community College Associate in Science in Criminal Justice
University of Massachusetts Boston Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
University of Massachusetts Lowell Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
University of Massachusetts Lowell Master of Arts in Criminal Justice
Westfield State University Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Westfield State University Master of Science in Criminal Justice


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Two of our officers are in the bachelors program now. It's no joke, lots of work.

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No doubt, the masters is very much for real as well. But not having to show up anywhere for class was well worth it. And no dissertation or anything with the masters if you don't wan't to.
 

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I'll print you up a degree for $10. I'm wholly UNaccredited and yet very unreputiable.

That last word doesn't even have a correction on the internet, that should tell you a SHIT LOAD!

But my rates are INSANE!

and my diplomas have extremely few grammatical/spelling errors!
 

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Two of our officers are in the bachelors program now. It's no joke, lots of work.

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I know that you are tutoring them you slick bastard
 
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