I am loving the fact that Amberton put the syllabi online. From reading them, I feel I get such a better feel for the courses. On the other hand, i am somewhat shocked at the difference in the level of work required between the courses. Even between differnt sections of the same course taught by different professors. Like, one professor will have 8 discussion questions and a final exam, and another will have 4 8-10 page papers and a final 20 page paper. I am pretty much torn between Amberton and WNMU right now, and I wish i had some way to get more info about the WNMU courses. I have clicked the button to get more info, but usually all that gets me is the name of the book they use for the course. I am much better at exams and discussion/shorter essays than long research papers. Are the WNMU courses focused more heavily on papers or exams? Does it just depend on the course?? I don't want to come off like a whiner "I want a degree without doing any work, waaaaa" because that's not the case. But my strengths and talents in life do not lie in the task of writing.