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Maura Gannon

Find a job description you would want to apply for. Then figure out the academic path to obtaining all of the job requirements.

Answered 11 months ago

Maura Gannon
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Margith Strand

Take a look at the courses that you already have or are planning to take and these should directly be related to the University planning to where you want to go in the future. The other way around is to take a look at the curriculum of the places you may be interested in and follow through on the Community College "match-up" coursework, where you can complete the needed classes before you get there.

Answered 2 years ago

Margith Strand
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Anonymous

This is a huge part of the purpose of community colleges. Your school will certainly have a center that offers all of the information you need to facilitate a transfer to a university, including counselors. Do you have specific questions?

Answered 3 years ago

Anonymous
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Nicole Olivia Jackson

Do it! That is what I did and it made things easier. Please post a question and not a statement so we can help you.

Answered 3 years ago

Nicole Olivia Jackson
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Branden Ocon

Are you from California? This would be very simple and an almost walk through process if you are. You've come to the right place

Answered 3 years ago

Branden Ocon