For reasons that are her own - just know that I urged her very hard to do otherwise - a good friend of mine decided, out of loyalty, to return to Morris Brown College to finish her bachelor of science degree AFTER they lost their regional accreditation. Because MBC was a Christian college, she was able to get accepted into the graduate program for Marriage and Family Counseling at Liberty University for the fall 2015 semester. However, she ended up having to drop a course and owing Liberty a balance. She is now sitting out until she can pay the balance and resume studies. I suggested to her that she might want to look at other schools besides Liberty. I know having an unaccredited degree really limits her options, but I know that there are some religious-based schools out there with Marriage and Family Counseling/Therapy graduate programs that may be more accepting of an unaccredited degree from a Christian college. And MBC didn't lose accreditation due to academics. It's my understanding that there were shenanigans going on with the financial aid. Can anyone suggest any RA schools, possibly Christian, that have a master's degree in Marriage and Family Counseling and would be amenable to accepting an unaccredited bachelor's degree from a Christian college? Thanks!