I think trying to work with the scheduling to attend the online chats is difficult. I work and have a child so getting online at 7am is hard for me.
The classes are quick and you can't fall behind at all. You have to be on top of everything to get help. The classes are five weeks long so you have to really look ahead to see what you might have trouble with.
The most frustrating part about the school is the financial aid department. They do not give you enough time to get your finances in order before your classes start. And they shove paperwork down your throat without explanantion.
The most frustrating thing with the university that I am currently attending is that the classes are only five weeks. In my opinion rushing this quickly through courses could prevent me from getting all the infomortmation that I need. With the costs incurred in earning a degree, I want to make sure that I am receiving as much information as possible.
I haven't found any frustration so far.
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