Actually, Vincent, you are quite mistaken. My Ph.D. is from a regionally accredited university - you can look me up on Wikipedia if you want more information. And, strictly for the sake of humor, people with doctorates tend not to have a résumé - we have a curriculum vita. And I have never omitted my Ph.D. from my C.V. But your assumption illustrates a tendency exhibited by those without advanced degrees - they presume without doing their research and verifying their assumption, thus putting themselves in an embarrassing position. As Sweeney Todd said to Anthony Hope, "You are young . . . you will learn." If you look at my post again, you will find that I named a few "actual, quality universities" in Europe. My complaint is not with legitimate universities, but with the cheap-and-fast imitations that have been under recent discussion in this forum. You, too, Vincent. But, notwithstanding that you misspelled my last name, I prefer Steve. Have you heard the old expression, "When you've got it, flaunt it?" When you have the real thing, you don't have to flaunt it. And will not constantly be put in the position of having to defend it, whether on your résumé or in multiple-page threads on DegreeInfo.