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  1. Ok I'm freaking out. Just looked at the bill for the online sap 2nd bachelor program and it's more than 13,000 for the first semester. Please tell me that's a mistake. I am out of state, but it clearly says everywhere I've checked that online classes for out of state students is tuition only, $359 per credit. I enrolled in 18 credits, how is this 13,000?? I'm calling the financial office tomorrow, but I'm freaking out and just wanted to see if maybe someone else has been billed wrong or went last year and knows the cost.
  2. Hi, I am looking for one leveling subject which I can do from overseas, online, at my local time. The subject is head and neck anatomy, which translates to anatomy of speech and hearing I think. Has anyone had experience with Longwood, USU or UM please? I quite like the idea of Longwood, but am wondering abut the workload as it seems to have so many assessment items. There might be others online that are good, so would be grateful for any advice!
  3. So I've decided to do my pre-reqs online from USU and I'll be starting in a few weeks. I am registered for the following 2 courses: COMD2500 - Language, Speech, and Hearing Development COMD3100 Fundamentals of Anatomy for Speech and Language. Any advice on the two courses from former/current USU students? I've never taken online courses before and just registered for these two to see how well I can balance the workload while working full-time. I also would be open to taking COMD3500 Phonetics instead of COMD3100 if that class is known to be easier? I'm so nervous since
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