I have about 46 sem-hrs I've accumulated in brick & mortar colleges, 4.0 gpa. Now I'd like to take this and use it as the start to earn a B.S. in Finance online or mostly online. But the trick is I'd like to also go to a brick & mortar college to earn a M.S. after an online B.S. I'm in a career right now where the need to have employers respect the degree is less important, but I do need to have respected grad schools respect the degree to carry off my plans! So I need to find a college whose degrees are well respected by brick & mortar grad schools. Any taint of "substandard" would scuttle my future plans. For the reason of needing a degree with some legs when considering grad school, I've been focusing on brick & mortar state colleges/universities and well-known brick & mortar private colleges/and universities that just happen to offer a finance bachelor's program or bachelor's completion program online. For example, the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay offers a BBA with a concentration in Finance (not quite what I'm looking for, I'd prefer a BS in Finance, rather than a BBA with a concentration in Finance). Because I just don't see how I could get into grad school with a degree from a for-profit online school, I am for the moment not considering schools like UoP. Does anyone have any advice for me on what I should consider? For example, should I consider Western Governors University even though they have no brick & mortar aspect? Would a I be good-to-go from a grad school perspective with a degree for WGU? I'd love to attend the Harvard University Extension, but their Bachelor's in Extension Studies is not quite a B.S. in Finance. What other colleges should I be looking at that will give me a degree well-regarded by brick & mortar grad schools? For various reasons, I'm not going to consider University of Maryland University College, although it's not far from me. Cost is not a primary factor.