I stumbled onto these after being pitched to apply for a director position on my LinkedIn for SCI. A Google search turned up info on SCI in Texas, and how they're expanding here. And it also brought up IAP in the search column. One thing that stuck out with SCI is the name. There was a Southern "Career" Institute, back in the day, from Boca Raton, Florida, that was DETC accredited at the time. That school has long since dissolved. This doesn't seem to keep Southern "Careers" Institute from stating that they've been in the education business for 60 plus years. Maybe one of the Florida owners started something up using the old name again? Thoughts? IAP "College", and I use the term college loosely here, states that they're accredited, but only by the BBB. The BBB, at least when I was in business full time, continually pitched me to become an accredited business as long as I paid their price. So I give little to no credence to this "accreditation". It looks to me as a roundabout way to sell their books in course form and issue out a certificate that has little or no value. Alison courses strike me as having similar courses with less cost and better value. Opinions? Anyone else have anything to add?