Dear Larry, Thanks for your good questions, conversation and observations recently vis-a-vis WUaS courses of study for degrees, as WUaS explores building our next web site and beginning databases, probably in WordPress and potentially MediaWiki/Wikidata, et al. and planning for large languages for university degrees.
In addition to the first degrees you've outlined based on MIT OCW Audio Video (BS in a) Electrical Engineering, b) Computer Science and in c) General Science), you'll find the 3-5, or so, possible STEM majors we just talked about here - Electrical_Engineering#World_University_and_School_Links -
- with related best STEM OpenCourseWare at the top of each of them, per the next California state BPPE accreditation steps.
WUaS will have to integrate this with - You_at_World_University - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/You_at_World_University - and Admissions_at_World_University_and_School - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Admissions_at_World_University_and_School
- in the moves to, and building of, the developing WUaS web site/database/pages.
With plans for all 7,870 languages and so much more in online databases, this will become complex.
And as we've talked about many times, I'd also like to incorporate Reed College's approach to undergraduate degrees and majors (where I'm giving some presentations at Paideia this weekend - http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2015/01/erythronium-dens-canis-talking-about.html).
Thank you for taking on this planning for degrees process with me! Sincerely, Scott