I'm just sharing my experience... I don't know which of you took summer courses this year, but I know this much... I did. In fact, I was taking a full load of undergrad classes (12 units). Liberty consist of two sub 8 week sessions. The last two weeks from the first 8 week classes lap over the second session. So basically if you were doing full time, you would be having 8 classes within two weeks of each other. This is what I did, while working full time, and having my own things after work to take care. I ended up with two A's and two B's. (I guess my 4.0 will have to wait for grad school). Anyways, although it was difficult, and I was so close to those two extra A's, I am happy it's over. Although, I'm not too thrilled that I have no break in between, but this was my choice (so who's to blame?). I am so grateful that I am closer to finishing my degree. I have to say, that online education has been a great asset for me. It is one of the things that has helped me finish my long effort of pursing my degree. I'm sure many of you can relate. If all goes well, I should be done in May (but that's if I continue to do my full time, 12+ units). This semester, I am doing my typical 12 units at Liberty, plus one class at my Alma Matter to get a GE out of the way. Although I enjoy the online format, I am finding a love in the B&M of this English class. Maybe for grad school, I can find a hybrid model. Anyways, I just wanted to share my experience and I hope it encourages someone out there.