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- Oct 14, 2011
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If you have approval from your home institution, then it's okay.I'm conflicted about whether I should take intro physics II at my local 4-year institution this summer or not. I already completed the first half at my home institution in the fall and was enrolled in the second half, but I withdrew from it since I already had a heavy course load before COVID. I have permission from my home institution to take the course (it's considered equivalent & they will accept the online course due to COVID), and I have already been accepted as a transient student.
I'm worried that if I take the course over the summer at the local college (which converted all summer classes online along with all other schools in the state [GA]), it won't count for a prerequisite. The language around accepting online courses for summer is vague and I don't want to spend money on the course if it won't be accepted.
Should I still take the course?