*This is my second attempt at posting this since I didn't see the thread from the first time I tried* Hi all, I've narrowed down my options, and right now I'm seriously considering Western Governors University (BA Interdisciplinary Studies, PK-8 teaching license). I'm in contact with an Enrollment person, and I should receive another e-mail from them soon. Basically I want to know what it's really LIKE doing the work. I've read enough to know that this is all competency-based work (which I admire), but I *would* like a list of the types of classes/tests that are required. I do know there's a lot of writing involved (ugh... love reading, hate writing), but I'm able to commit to it. I'd also like to know what the format is like as well. Also, I've heard that the school is conservative when it comes to accepting past credits. I have over 64 college credits (the oldest is from 2003), and I have *most* of what would be considered "core courses" at traditional colleges, but I'd like to know people's experiences with having credits accepted. Any of the above information is welcome, and thanks in advance. I've searched and came across some posts on the college (and a pretty good article explaining a lot of the process), but I'd like to hear personal experiences. Nothing beats that. PS If WGU doesn't work out for me, I'm considering an online Birth-K teaching licensure program from East Carolina University, but I'd rather not teach Pre-K or Kindergarten (3rd or 4th grade is what I desire).