I know that most colleges and universities that are accredited will not generally accept an unaccredited or nationally accredited degree. However, I am sure that there have been some instances where a person lets say graduates with a Bachelor's degree from an unaccredited college or university and a college or university will accept them into a graduate program (Master's degree), perhaps on probationary basis (this being a regionally accredited college or university). If the person were able to graduate with a Master's degree that is regionally accredited, how would a person be able to explain the fact that they were able to graduate with an accredited Master's degree, but when they go to list their undergraduate degree (Bachelor's), it is from an unaccredited school? Obviously, the Master's degree would be recognized, but wouldn't this pose as a problem if they graduated with an unaccredited Bachelor's degree because it would have to list general education courses taken such as math, science, etc. and it is an unaccredited degree (in other words unrecognized)? Has anyone ever had an instance where they have had this happen before? In addition, if a person graduates with a nationally accredited degree (Bachelor's), and then goes to a regionally accredited school for their Master's and graduates, the fact that the Bachelor's degree has some accreditation to it would be better than for the person who has a totally unaccredited Bachelor's degree, how would this be dealt with as well?