Proposed Transatlantic Egbeazien Open Psychology University in its current state is not a degree offering institution and it is not accredited by any accrediting body recognized by the United States Department of Education. Its founding principles are based on the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights; per article 26, TEPU believes that Higher Education is a Human Right. At this time TEPU stands out as an international e-Ethics Solutions Project focused solely on ethics driven education for Africa especially. TEPU is a d/b/a of The Oshodi Foundation, a Florida-based registered Professional Corporation. TEPU through its founder is an active member of the National Ethics Association (NEA). Once TEPU is fully established as a functioning university it will seek accreditation with various accreditation bodies and seek official recognition with various countries. It will seek accreditation with different international Distance and E-Learning organizations. At this time TEPU seek to partner or affiliate with foremost universities that have major and minor degree programs.