If you can't transfer to another college what good is it doing you to take those classes?
For me choosing a college went something like this. College recruiters came to my school and listed all the great things about themselves. I had narrowed my options to 2 very different colleges UNH and BJU. I picked UNH and then was told that my parents would not help pay for it if I went to a secular school. So I then picked BJU. I was given the impression that BJU was just as good as UNH and as a added bonus was a Christian institution. I majored in International Business with a minor in Chinese. I loved my classes and was taught by some amazing men and women. My senior year came around and for family reasons I transfered. When I looked at colleges in my area I was told the same thing by all them - UNH, Saint Anselms, Hesser College, Keene State University, Plymouth State University that none of my credits would transfer because of how Bob Jones was accredited. That means 3 years or college down the drain and all that money we had spent was wasted.
I wish that the Bob Jones Administration had been more up front with how they presented themselves regarding accreditation.