The rules change as far as credits they will accept. For me, its a biggie and possible deal breaker as I completed a ton of Straighterline courses, basically before the deadline, I will only have Ethics and a history to complete. Afterwards, I will have 3 classes because they will only take 15 credits of my S/L classes and none toward. Here is what I have taken at S/L: English I & II, Business Communications, Biology, Chemistry with Lab, Macroeconomics, Algebra and Medical Terminology
They will only allow 15 credits and not counting Med Term, which would not fit my degree. So I have 22 credits that apply to Straighterline......and they only allow 15 and will not take my Stats course. I do not want to take stats over....it was hard enough he first time.
I'm comping EC and TESC right now. Basically its a time and cost thing and I already know all about them, however even taking 2 years thru TESC, its still a little cheaper, just the cost to get started sucks, $2900...compared to $395 at EC. But tuition is almost 200 cheaper at TESC.
Going to decide between now and September.