After reviewing our site tabs, are you still skeptical? That is understandable, because it appears too good to be true. But it is true.
It takes 3 to 4 hours per chapter to complete a course. Since most of our courses are five- chapter courses, you can complete a course in 15 to 20 hours – essentially a weekend of intensive study. The only way to prove this to yourself is to try one of our discounted courses.
As we explained in the accreditation tab, you are relying on the fact that our courses are recommended for three semester hours credit by ACE. An ACE recommended course 30 years ago might not have been acceptable to the leading public university in your state. But that fact has completely changed in today’s higher education system. Our community colleges have articulation agreements with our leading four-year public universities as well as four- year private universities. What this means is that the community college accepts essentially all high school students and four-year schools accept community college courses with a C or better grade. This summarized website quote from a leading four-year private schools says it all, “the University has a liberal transfer policy and matriculated students can earn their degree through examination College Level Examination program (CLEP), American Council on Education (ACE), advanced placement (AP) or independent study “.
In our price tab, we compared our $750 price with that of a three- semester hour course in a four-year school. Also, we noted that our $750 price is reasonable at many community colleges, but only in those states that have chosen not to heavily subsidize community college tuition. For these heavily subsidized community college tuition states, our courses cannot compete on price; however, in all states we compete favorably on the most important variable- time. If you are working and attending a community college, time is definitely money.