I know there are tons of posts about how a distance degree is perceived. I am wondering something specific about grad schools (and employers, but I am less worried about them) and multiple degrees. If one of the schools was Excelsior, then that might flag them to ask about distance/online learning, right? Do you think it would "raise suspicion" about your other degrees too? Because I am considering getting one degree at COSC and one at Excelsior. Instead of just double majoring at Excelsior. Part of the reason is because the COSC name looks good... and they would likely assume it was a B&M? But then once they see Excelsior, won't that ruin the plan and they'll figure out that my COSC was distance too? (Even if one of my degrees was actually B&M I wonder if they'd ask about it and question it, after finding out that the Excelsior was distance.) OR... Should I not worry about this because they'll see all the "testing out" I did anyway (GREs at 24 credits each and lots of CLEP/DANTES/ECE) so then there is no point to have the "non-suspicious" COSC name anyway? Also because I am probably taking some DL courses from schools in various states so then DL is the only 'explanation' for me having gone to so many places. I feel like it's still better to have the 2nd Excelsior degree than to have only 1 degree. However, I wonder, esp with COSC not having major.