I want someone who knows more than I do on accreditation to comment on the following statement made on cultlink.com. I emailed them taking strong exception to this statement. "Geisler's institution is not regionally accredited (it maintains TRACS accreditation instead), meaning that a degree from SES would not hold water at many other institutions of higher learning that are regionally accredited (meaning among other things credits from SES may not be transferred to regional accredited institutions)....a degree from a TRACS only accredited institution, would not be considered a legitimate degree at many other institutions of higher learning and those holding such a degree, even a doctorate from such institutions, would almost certainly be unable to teach at any four-year college, university or graduate school. " I disagree as a matter of fact, and of personal experience. I know of people who have TRACS degrees that have been easily accepted by Reginally accredited school (and visa versa). For crying out loud, Luther Rice holds TRACS only accreditation! Is this author really claiming that Luther Rice does not offer legitimate degrees?