Someone else asked my situation is different I know I can't handle the level of work to earn a bachelors degree at any accredited or foreign school akin to that. I'm not stupid I passed my A.S. degree with a solid high B average, no thanks to the classes outside of accounting. And can do any practical applications with computers and applied classes well enough a key skill to stay current on my profession. But the A.S. is limiting me to any positions with many companies if I end up having to get another job since they demand a bachelors. Most seem not to care in what its some sort of obligation in many companies no bachelors, not likely to be employed. So what am I supposed to do to earn the degree? As I see it avoiding the obvious "buying" a degree I either can go to a substandard accredited program such as the UoP, earn a degree legal to use in the US that is utterly unrelated such as a Bible College degree that I can at least note under "other education" to show I have a bachelors in something or attend an unaccredited school that is not a degree mill but not exactly challenging to note said degree in "other education". The big concern is money UoP or any similar school I likely would have a hard time affording, the second option is not undesireable I'm religious so that could be appealing as something to do if the school is at least decent and the last may be low cost if I choose carefully - and if I did real work to some level I would at least be clear I earned the degree. And let me be clear I have poor math skills for anything other than practical functions for my work, even geometry I struggled with and my English skills are passing. And don't even ask me to learn a foreign language I never could do that I tried in High School and later one to get some skill in Spanish and again no skills at it. And many RA schools demand a language another road block for me. So any advice? I have many experts here to give it and you have to have some ideas what I could look at to get a bachelors degree, there has to be some option I can use and afford to get one. Consider this a extra credential since my A.S. and twenty years of experience are my best weapons, something I could maybe say I earned for personal reasons.