I'm looking for advice to help a friend. I personally had a traditional path to my AA, BAs and Master Degree at brick and mortar schools. I have a friend who has almost all of his credits for his AA and just isn't into finishing up at his brick and mortar school and is looking for an alternative. I've talked with him about just forgoing the AA and transferring somewhere else, whether locally, or online. He learns quickly and it seems to me that many of the various test out options would have been the better option than actually trying to sit in classes a semester/quarter at a time. I think they're just too slow for him. I know there are many degree plans laid out for a bachelor's degree but has anyone done a plan for an AA at TESU or the other 2 big three? I've asked him for a print out of his transcripts so I can compare them to their course distribution. I also know he's heavy in science and math and is wanting to go on to do a BA/BS is mathematics or related field, or would the best option simply be to have him apply at TESU, etc and see how things transfer and go from there. Knowing he only needs 2 or 3 classes to finish where he is, I wish he would just do that, but I feel like if he could gain the credits in an alternative format and then transfer them into TESU or other, he'd have a better chance of finish.