The courses and academia offered at UAT are not only challenging, but they also offer great insight for students. Students choose UAT to become innovators, creators. The curriculum focuses on a tech-centric environment, where students of all kinds come together and create. That being said, the courses offered at UAT are challenging, difficult, but overall rewarding to the students.
Professors actively contribute to the students' work. The professors lead game projects, take field trips from time to time, and keep in very close communication with the students. Class scheduling is done primarily online, and the downfall is that only some courses are offered at certain times of the year. Summer classes are much sparser because most students leave for the summer, while others stay. It all depends on the professor's availability and knowledge of a course. The school ensures that the right professor is teaching the right course, though. The workload for an average student of 15 credits is a good six to 12 hours a week. This does not include extracurricular projects and outside work that students are contributing to. The workload for an average student comes with a lot of busy work, but it ensures that students get the knowledge they need to go out into the workforce prepared.