There are many course options that either do not have proctored exams or the exams can be proctored online and do not require a testing center. The online proctored exams can be done 24/7 which can be convenient if your work schedule does not make it easy to get to a CLEP/DSST testing center.
For the general liberal studies degree you can choose just about any gen ed courses such as math, science, humanities, social sciences, etc. TESU does not require any concentrations for the general liberal studies degree. I believe Excelsior is flexible with degree requirements but a little picky when it comes to upper level courses or transferring courses in and is more expensive. COSC also has general study degrees and are also flexible degree wise but require more upper level credits. TESU tends to be more popular on here.
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TESC AAS CJ, December 2015
Working on TESU BA CJ/PSY
TECEP: Marriage and Family, Abnormal Psy, Intro to Soc, Psy of Women, Public Relations, Computer Concepts and Applications, Liberal Arts Math
ECE: Cultural Diversity, Juvenile Delinquency, Workplace Communications, Business Information Systems
DSST: Criminal Justice, Principles of Supervision, Substance Abuse
PF: Principles of Loss Prevention, White Collar Crime, Criminal Law
Propero: Victimology, Criminology, Intro to Homeland Security, Juvenile Justice, Criminal Justice Ethics
The Institutes: Ethics Course
AP: American History
FHSU: Justice in the Information Age
NOCTI Business Solutions: Protective Services, Security and Protective Services
Schmoop: Drugs in Lit