Okay. I'm already trying to get a BA in History (or, failing that, Liberal Arts) from TESC. I recently got the idea of trying for a BSBA as well. I can easily take care of the non-Business-related requirements. I already have: Statistics, Business Law, Finance and Banking, and Accounting 101. I'm planning to take the DSST Organizational Behavior and get Organizational Communications from my USAF Squadron Officer School. That leaves: Pre-Cal or Quantitative Business Analysis (I can get precal via straighterline) Principles of Finance: DSST Business in Society/International Management: ? Business Policy: Automatic TESC Marketing: CLEP Financial Accounting: Would accounting 101 do? Management: CLEP Managerial accounting: Straighterline I'd also need 12 units in my core program (Organizational Behavior and Finance and Banking cover 6), and nine units of electives. Do you think it would be a good idea for me? (My desired career goal is to be a librarian. A business degree may help, but it won't do as much for a regular librarian.) About how long do you think it would take? How much would involve actually taking TESC classes?