posted on Mar, 2 2015 @ 10:09 AM
I've seen many post along these lines and the fact still remains that employers have made a bachelors degree the "base requirement" for most job
So yes, you can "learn" from all of these sources, but the reality is that they "don't count" unless its pared with some kind of undergraduate
Of all these free resources you have noted, only "University of the People" offers actual accredited courses, HOWEVER, admissions is COMPETITIVE.
As for Saylor, here is the list of the ONLY colleges that will accept its credits:
Some of those listed are Junior Colleges, BUT even if someone earnd the two-year degree after transferring the Saylor units, the 4-year school does
not have to accept any of the Saylor units and can ask you to take them all over again.
In fact very few Saylor courses are actually free for credit, you really end up paying the JC directly and Saylor only "administers" the course:
edit on 2-3-2015 by boohoo because: (no reason given)