I'm enrolled in a psych 101 class with Mesa Distance Learning Program, and I can honestly say it to be the poorest quality class I've ever taken in my life. The questions are not relevant to Psychology at all, are often incorrect and require direct memorization from what is given to you.
One of the questions I managed to screen-cap was as follows:
"Blue blankets for boys indicates
What kind of a question is that? And that's only one example of many others like it. This of course, is nowhere near as bad as the questions for which the answer is ambiguous and the more logical answer is deemed incorrect. Take a look at this question (which I unfortunately did not screen-cap and so am paraphrasing):
A psychologist interviews Bob after his murder (the instruction was to select the sub-field in which the psychologist most likely specializes).
Naturally, I chose forensic, yet the answer was somehow clinical.
The lessons, also are riddled with typos, and often (likely due to the lack of intelligence among the instructors) the "lessons" simply consist of links to one or two websites from which to get your information. To say this class is pathetic would be an understatement.
While there is nothing inherently unsafe about the website, I would highly advise its classes be avoided. If ever someone is to hold a gun to your head telling you to enroll in this school or he/she will shoot, you may well be doing yourself a favor telling the person to shoot.
The homepage for the Mesa Distance Learning Program, a state funded distant learning program. Very good and informative (need to be member of course to access most of the contents).
Teachers are very friendly and the courses are great!