It is true that advisors are often confused about non-traditional ways of earning credit. The Penn Foster advisors can't tell you if their courses are ACE-approved, TESC has advisors that'll give you wrong answers, and I had a program director of a PhD program I want to apply to get so confused by my questions that she just stopped responding to my emails. ECE, Straighterline, ACE, and Uexcel were just too much for her to comprehend. Oh, well. I'll just have the credits transcribed by a Texas community and the school will probably accept the prerequisites without questioning.
Anyway, I'm interested in this answer too. My backup plan is to become a science teacher and I would love to use some of these courses as actual credit. The VESi courses deal more with special education, how to educate, and how to deal with difficult situations.
TxState - PhD CJ (ABD)
Angelo - Master of Security Studies (finished in 14 months and under $11k) & Grad Cert Terrorism
TESC - BA Soc Sci, AAS ESST, ASNSM in Bio, BSBA CIS (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
Life Dev Psych 62, Fund Coun 68, Intro Comp 469, Intro Astr 56, Env & Hum 70, HTYH 456, MIS 451, Prin Sup 453, HRM 62, Bus Eth 458
Int Alg, College Alg
5 credits, PDS
Federal Income Taxation, Science of Nutrition, Microeconomics, Strategic Management, Medical Terminology
CSU Global CBE
Sys Analysis and Design
Intro to Comm, Microbiology