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How's my plan? - March 14th 2010, 04:54 AM

I am at a community college just accumulating gen ed credits. I still have another two semesters after this one to go. I am planning on transferring to a 4-year university and majoring in kinesiology/ exercise science with a minor in exercise physiology. From there I can get a job as a personal trainer, while working towards a teaching degree. I really want to be a gym teacher, but then again so do a lot of other people. If I can't get a teaching job, I can fall back on being a personal trainer.

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The only problem is I don't know what school I want to transfer to, and whether all my credits will transfer. I should just contact the admissions office of whatever school I want to go to right?


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Re: How's my plan? - March 14th 2010, 09:42 PM

That does sound like a good idea. As for whether your credits will transfer yes you would need to talk to the admissions office for that.


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Re: How's my plan? - March 14th 2010, 10:14 PM

Not all universities will accept the same transfer credits so you need to contact them to see which courses you may need to re-do. Every person I know who has transferred from community college to university or university to university never got all their credits transferred over, although some got almost all transferred over. Also, the level of difficulty at the university may be higher than what you're getting now so keep that in mind.
   
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Re: How's my plan? - March 15th 2010, 03:25 AM

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That does sound like a good idea. As for whether your credits will transfer yes you would need to talk to the admissions office for that.
Yeah, I also gotta get in touch with an academic advisor here as well.

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Not all universities will accept the same transfer credits so you need to contact them to see which courses you may need to re-do. Every person I know who has transferred from community college to university or university to university never got all their credits transferred over, although some got almost all transferred over. Also, the level of difficulty at the university may be higher than what you're getting now so keep that in mind.
I will definitely contact someone from the admissions office to see what needs to get done.

What I was gonna originally do was take all intro classes then decide where I wanted to transfer, but I am realizing that is not smart, because idk what specific intro classes I should start off with. This is why I need to contact them.

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