Update: It appears NYUSCPS is best in terms of still being able to sign up for spring term, etc. Not transferrable credit wise though.
My last post discussed my situation a bit, basically I had surgery due to a spine injury skiing, thought I'd be healed by January but I'm not, and its very possible it could be months longer before I'm healed.
Due to this, I am curious as to what options are available in regards to taking graduate level classes. I haven't done much research - and without the GMAT obviously I wont be in doing a semester as an MBA student. Do you guys have any suggestions for what (accredited or respected) options I have?
I want to take the class for:
b. no dead space in my resume (even though I have good reason)
c. prevention of going crazy
I'm lucky enough that finances aren't a huge limitation. Interests lie within derivatives, equity financial analysis, financial engineering, and possibly a cryptocurrency course.
I'm aware of all the free resources available online, but drive is something that I'm lacking a bit given my predicament - and the stress of actual classes will fix that easily. Ideally I'd like to take one (possible two) in person courses in NYC.
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