I believe the cost was a bit high for an accelrated program. The total cost for a 15 month program was $37,000. Recently in interviews for graduate school, it seems the reputation or impression of the degree I received from AIU was looked down upon. It appears to some that I "bought" my degree however I worked very hard throughout school. Although the school is accredited, the reputation as a respected program among employers was not recognized as well.
The Career Development system is almost void, but primarily inactive.
The lack of being right there--with an onlice college. Both with the loss of the personal aspect involved, as well as the missing actual classroom (only havng a "virtual campus") in the math and sciences (especially).
I really don't have anything bad to say about my school. I'm taking classes online. Things are going great.
Well I cant really answer that question at this time because this is my first year and i dont start till Feburaury 8th. But so far i haven't found anything bad about the school. The only thing is that i wish they offered more of a variety of grants and scholarship advice for their students.
I think the worse thing is financial aid they don't help the student get scholarships. they give you a list and tell you do it yourself.
The worst thing about the school is that it is expensive, even for the military. My benefits do not even pay all of the tuition.
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