Hello, Been in the United States Army (The best branch) for going on 8 years. I am a Staff Sergeant who is for now stuck in recruiting duty. I am looking for a clear cut simple plan to get a B.S. in Criminal Justice. I have shopped around at different colleges and I will list what I have found: -Ashford University 15 Credits for my JST. I was orginally told that I would be able to recieve at least 25 credits. I signed up and took the first class with them but then they cut my credits which ticked me off so I dropped them. -Thomas Edison State University 21 FEMA credits 3 JST credits Sounded good initally, only problem was it was an A.S. in Enviromental, Safety and Securtiy tech. I have 3 months left of the FEMA credits before they do away with them. Post University 33 JST 3-15 possible college additional credits Not bad considering it will go into a B.S. in Criminal Justice, I just do not like how they have no idea what straighterline is or if it will be accepted. Additional Notes: I am trying to stay with Military TA and Pell Grants as I am transferring my GI Bill to my children. I would like to use a side program like straighterline to knock out my GEN ED since I hate it. I am about 2 hours away from the nearest Military insitiution so CLEP is hard to come by for me. Anyone have any thoughts on this?