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Mostly due to needing math/science/foreign language/business requirements that were not even offered at the previous school.

You aren't asking for advice but I spent my working life in various aspects of higher ed data. Perhaps you can suggest/require some of this get picked up in the summer at your local community college and/or public 4-yr college. The only caveat is to be sure the courses will transfer as the required courses & you need to be specific about it. Otherwise, they could end up as unnecessary electives.

At least one of my kids went to a college that actually had the course equivalency info on their web site for any courses that had been evaluated for transfer previously.
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