Ok so here's my summarized story. At the end of summer should be the start of my Senior year, but i dropped out and started college a year ago. I taught myself Calc I in two weeks while taking 18 credit hours and CLEPed out of it my first semester and recieved a 99.4% in Calc II the next semester. I also taught my self Statics in 10 days and recieved a 100% in it and a 99.3% in Dynamics the next semester. I tell you this so that when I say I've taught my self a course I don't meen I skimmed over it. When I say I've taught myself a class I mean I know it inside and out. Now recently I just completed an Independent Study of Ordinary Differential Equations through BYU in three weeks with an A+. But now my problem is that DE is the last math course that my college offers, and I'll be attending one more semester here (to finish all of the Physics courses that they offer). So my question is does anyone know of any institutes that offers a online or independent study course in Partial DE? I would ultimately like to just teach it to myself and test out of it, but in most cases, like BYU's independent study, you have to do the entire course homework and quizzes included. I know an option is to study it myself, and then just retake an actual semester long course in it wherever I transfer to but I severely dislike the idea of retaking an entire course simply based on the preconceived notion that it's impossible to learn by yourself. After all, the text book really is just a written version of a teacher's oral explanations. I also know MIT has their open course ware, but thats not what I want. I don't need help learning the material, I need a way to credit for it, any way I can. I'll do independent study, online course, test out similar to CLEP exams. I love to learn, can do so quite quickly, and I love to solve problems. I really don't wanna be held back this next semester (as thats why I dropped out of highschool in the first place). Sorry for taking so long. Just any options anyone knows of to credit for Partial DE while attending my current college this next semester would be very much appreciated. Please and thank you.