Ok my fellow wannabe Au.D's I need some major advice here. I completed an A.A.S. degree in an allied health field through a community college and a state university in Ohio. I hate what I do. Hence, my interest in audiology. I need to finish my bachelor's degree before I enroll in an Au.D program and I need some help deciding where to go. My A.A.S. degree is pretty much useless when it comes to transferring credits. However, I have found a great program at West Chester University in Pennsylvania that will accept these credits through a special Health Sciences bachelor's degree completion program. I can complete my bachelor's degree in time to enroll (if accepted, of course) in an Au.D program Fall 2011. This excites me! However, I am worried that my application will be practically thrown away since I will have attended 3 colleges to earn my bachelor's degree and I didn't earn the degree from a well-known university. Am I being paranoid? Should I finish my bachelor's at this university in one year or should I shoot for the stars and complete my bachelor's at a more elite university in two years? Which is more worth it? I'm already 25 and feeling the burden of bad decisions. I really just want to finish the bachelor's and get it over with so I can start audiology. But I don't want to hurt my chances of getting accepted or feel regret about not going to a good school. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!