Quote from Babyrodezy
I live in the east bay, so not to far from you. I've read that some people have gotten in to courses even though they say they don't accept online sciences because the classes come up just the names and you can attach the course description with it...
As long as the course descriptions are acceptable to the college and your transcripts match the acceptable course description, I guess you wouldn't have a problem. I would look into making sure the "course of studies" for the classes as well are acceptable as well.
When I was getting my classes approved through American River College the counselor requested a course of study, which is like a syllabus for the course in general. So it's not specified per class with teacher expectations, it just breaks down what the course is and what the learning objective are. The reason he did this was because he wanted to make sure the labs I took were in the same format at their allied health classes. For example, we dissected a cat in my anatomy and physiology labs and so did they so he knew it was the same type of lab. Do you know how the online anatomy and physiology class you want to take works? Will you have to dissect some sort of animal?
Make sure all your bases are covered before you invest the time and money into a class. Any school can not approve any class they don't have an agreement with for any reason. It happened to me. CSU sacramento, American River College, Sacramento City College and Solano Community College all approved my classes from Virginia but Sierra college had a problem with my Micro and Nutrition classes. They didn't give me a reason, just said no and honestly, they have that right.