Johann766 was saying that the success of ENEB proves there is a market. Now, I don't know to what extent the program has been successful. What I am saying is I believe that what success it may have had thus far has very little to do with the potential for favorable foreign credential evaluations, or the ability to transfer credits into other programs. Again, I think it's great that folks are looking for hacks. With just a very superficial look, it seems to me there is a lot of upside to setting up a program like ENEB has done, to people looking for bachelor degrees. Heck, I'd be all over it.