Ugh, don't I know it. Unfortunately, what's going on is that my university is, for some reason, not offering ANY of the courses I need to take at any of their campuses. It's all online for the next 2 available semesters (summer and fall). Thing is, why would I pay on-campus price for an online class? So I'm transferring what I can to a definitely accredited online university. I'm not a fan of online classes, because I don't learn best that way, but if I'm being forced into taking these classes online, anyway, I'm going to take them for a third of the price -- again, at a definitely accredited university. I've done dozens of hours of research to make sure it's not, just, like, a "pay for class, get a fake diploma" type of thing.
Whether the university I want to get my Master's at will honor the credit doesn't really matter, as I'll already have both my Associate's and Bachelor's at that point. I don't need undergrad credit anymore. It's annoying and messy, but I don't have the ability to go into debt thrice as fast for the exact same course, y'know?
edited to avoid breaking new "no caps" rule