I am considering a BA degree completion program and have been researching some options. But my situation is rather unusual, and I am not even sure where to start. I am originally from Germany and came to the US on a graduate exchange program as a non-degree seeking graduate student. At that time, Germany didn't have any BA programs. The standard degree in my field ("Magister") was somewhere in between a BA and a MA, but considered in the US equivalent to a MA I was far enough in my studies in Germany to be considered a graduate student in the US even though I didn't have an undergraduate degree. Long story...um...long, I ended up staying in the US, got a MA here and then a graduate certificate followed by a MEd. So now I have two masters degrees but no BA. I have no German degree at all, and the courses I took were ~10 years ago. I would love to get a BA from a US school, just for "closure," but I am not sure where to start. One problem is that German universities don't have the general education classes that American freshmen and sophomores takes. Plus, it would be a major pain to get my German transcript. So I don't have the usual so-and-so many undergraduate credits. My favorite solution would be a school that says, "Wonderful, you have all this graduate education. Just complete X number of credits and we'll give you a shiny BA." Oh, and it would have to be a reputable B&M university. Sorry - I obviously don't even know what my specific questions are. Do you think there is a possibility I can find a school that will just place me based on my degrees rather than specific undergrad credits I have? What are some good B&M programs I should check out? I don't care much what the degree would be in. Liberal something would be fine.