Hi! For those who don't know me, I'm an aspiring librarian who is hoping to get a BA through TESC. I recently checked my evaluation online in an unofficial form, as I'm currently a BA in Liberal Studies. They put me as 21 credits short: 3 in Intellectual and Practical Skills 3 in Responsible Ethical Leadership 3 in Personal and Social Responsibility Elective 9 in History (All at 300 or above) 3 in Liberal Arts Capstone I've asked them to change my major and reevaluate my degree. Out of those credits, I can take care of: Intellectual and Practical Skills (Public Speaking at my Community College- already listed on the transcript) Personal and Social Responsibility Elective (Intro to Sociology CLEP- already listed) 3 in History (History of the Modern Middle East- DSST (Unlisted)) For ethics, would the DSST or UExcel ethics courses fulfill the requirements? For the History, I plan to take World Conflicts Since 1900 (UExcel) and an Ohio University History exam. I also plan to take the following: A Coursera History validated course, and hope to try and get credit via PLA. The USAF Squadron Officer School distance program (ACE- 3 SH (Upper) Managerial Communications, 3 SH (Upper) National Security Studies & Military Strategy) Some FEMA courses for fun. I plan to submit my evaluation on my Intro to Library Techniques from the USDA Grad School, via ACE. I may take some distance learning Library Technician courses too. Lastly, I hope to take from TESC: Liberal Arts Capstone Children's Literature Any thoughts on this plan? Any advice? Can you tell me if the ethics courses would satisfy the requirement? Thanks!