A few notes on you post.
1. You can save money by taking the College Comp CLEP exam. 50+ is 6 credits and runs about 100$ with test center fee. Better then the SL courses and all the work you have to do. Also don't know if you already took the Tax courses but you can take the Tax TECEP for about $114 and that does count for ACC credits for my CPA anyways.
2. You may want to mix up you Accounting Credits, All that Taxation coursework I'm not sure if that will work for the degree and it most certainly wont work for your CPA sit requirements.
3. I cannot stress enough the importance of talking directly to whoever gives the CPA test for Texas and explain to them in detail your plan and if it will work. For New York my plan will work for the CPA exam but I am taking a lot of Accounting credits outside of testing out. New York wont take my Penn Foster class or the SL, Study.com credits as Accounting. They do count them towards the 150 though. Really all I have to do outside of my TESU degree is 2 Accounting classes outside of my degree plan, Auditing and anything else I haven't taken. States are very picky when it comes to the CPA.
4. For your masters degree question, If I do go on to get my Masters in Accounting I will be enrolling at UAlbany here in New York. They have NO GPA requirements. Then have a GMAT and Recommendation requirements and that is all.
Side Note: There is plenty of people who get into good masters degree programs after earning a Bachelors from TESU. However, the suggestion that is made all the time on this forum is find out what you need to qualify for the Masters degree you want / and or CPA exam, and then work backwards from that. Don't work from A - Z but Z-A so know what you will need to do and how to get there first. Then do it.
Thomas Edison State University - BSBA: Accounting: 97/123
B&M: Personal Finance, Stats, Business Law I, Microeconomics, Quantitative Business Apps, Business Comm, Computer Concepts and Apps, Financial Accounting
CLEP: Sociology, Psychology, Marketing, College Comp Modular, Human Growth and Development
Institutes: Ethics 312
Aleks: Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, PreCalculus
Shmoop: U.S. History I, U.S. History II, Modern European History
Study.com: Principles of Finance, Advanced Accounting I, Applied Managerial Accounting, American Government, Macroeconomics, Principles of Management, Globalization and International Management, English Composition II, Intro to Computing
SL: Intermediate Accounting I, Introduction to Religon, Cost Accounting
B&M : Intermediate Accounting II, Managerial Accounting
CLEP: College Math
Study.com: Public Speaking, Info Systems
TECEP: Strategic Management, Federal Income Tax