She can find a regionally accredited school that accepts nationally accredited courses, finish her undergraduate there, and then go to a regionally accredited graduate school. She cannot, however, use a regionally accredited school to magically turn her NA credits into something that would be accepted by another RA school. Just about every school requires a transcript directly from the source. For example, her NA credits could be accepted by University of Phoenix and she could take some courses from there. If she were to transfer to somewhere like Texas A&M, they'll accept the UoP credits but reject the NA credits. Some RA schools will accept ACE-approved NA courses, but not too many NA schools have their courses ACE evaluated. I know that Liberty University, UoP, and APUS accept NA credits. I believe WGU only accepts DETC, not ACCSC or any of the other national accreditors. HETA members will evaluate your credits on a case-by-case basis.
TESC - AAS ES&ST
TESC - BA Soc Sci
ASU - Grad Cert Terrorism and Counterinsurgency Studies
ASU - Master of Security Studies/Regional Security (finished in 14 months and under $11k)
TSU - PhD CJ (in progress)
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Intro Psych 70, US Hist I 64, Intro Soc 63, Intro Edu Psych 70, A&I Lit 64, Bio 68, Prin Man 69, Prin Mark 68
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