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1 please read on Mon Jan 21, 2013 5:13 pm

popsicon


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pwede bang maging prelaw ang course na B.S. Marine Transportation?

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2 Re: please read on Mon Jan 21, 2013 7:17 pm

jd888


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Yes.

As long as you have complied your One (1) Year Practical Apprenticeship and completed your requisites in addition to your Three(3)-Year C.A.R. or Completed Academic Requirements. BS Marine Transportation Course can be use as your fundamentals in Law and some Subjects maybe accredited, you maybe needed in PANDIMAN or a law organization that caters for any Maritime Law and Cases Involving Maritime Disputes. Make sure to process your Bachelor's Degree First. File for your B.S. after apprenticeship. Most Seafaring Professionals are very intelligent and witty, they are the only field of profession that is required to take PRC Exams each Rank. Imagine taking the PRC Exams FOUR TIMES compared to any other field that requires them only one PRC Exam. Be inspired with what inspires you. Anything conceivable is possible. Godbless


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3 Re: please read on Thu Jan 31, 2013 3:31 pm

aica


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@popsicon - Yes, but you need to check with the law school whether you have the required number of required subjects to proceed to law school. Usually, these are English, Math and Rizal subjects. If do not meet the required number of units, you may take the subjects to complete the number of units required while you are in law school. Your law subjects in your undergrad course (BSMT) will NOT be credited. You will have to take all law subjects again because the approach in the undergrad is different from the approach in law school. Good luck!

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4 Re: please read on Thu Feb 07, 2013 12:33 am

cuddlybear


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Yes. Yung dean namin, grad ng course na pang seaman noong kabataan niya.

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