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On Mon, 04 Oct 2004 08:46:54 -0500, Karen Neeb <karenrneeb -at- hotmail -dot- com> wrote:
> due to life circumstances at the time, he never finished his degree
> and is a few credits short. ...
> In filling out a job application, how does he handle the Education section?
I was in *exactly* this situation. San Francisco State University took
7 months to get around to counting up my units and determined that I
hadn't met the total unit count requirement for a degree, even though
I had completed the baccalaureate degree program in technical &
professional writing. On my resume, I put "completed the baccalaureate
degree program in technical & professional writing." I don't recall
ever needing to fill out a form that asked me about my education in
which I wasn't able to enter something along this line.
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