Ok...I understand that Excelsior accepts the most credits (up to 15) but I'm a little confused. I went to the page that lists the requirements for their MA program. Are ALL those classes required? I'm not concerned with the double posting of the courses, I'm just trying to narrow down the classes that I need based on the number of classes that I want to matriculate. Seems like a very long program (some courses 8 weeks long, some 12 weeks). Or are these classes a pool of courses that are available that a counselor tailors to each individual? Am I correct in stating that courses available change each term? Besides with a Thesis, Tracks 1-6, and the Independent Learning Contract, it all seems so daunting. Anyway, I sent out an email to their Military Admissions department and they have yet to respond. I still don't know what type of delivery the classes are given. Is it the video method? Or is it something like Blackboard (threaded discussions, classroom interaction) Will I need to buy books? Liberty University on the other hand responded right away. They only accept 6 credits however only 30 credits are required (or 10 courses). So I need 8 to graduate. All courses are 6 weeks with a 10 day break in between each session- overlapping once sometime in the summer. Like TUI they offer reduced rates for active duty/veterans. However, books have to be purchased. So based upon what I know right now, Liberty seems to be the better choice for me. Has anyone experienced any positive/negative situations from either school? Is there a lot of writing or testing in either school? Can someone help me out on the degree requirements for EC? I don't want to "jump the gun" so to speak. I'm open for any feedback. Thanks!