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Reviews 1973 total reviews with an average rating of 4.1

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4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: With my degree program I can do almost anything in the entertainment industry

3 College Sophomore

Online Courses: The online courses are good but I definitely feel like I gain more knowledge at the campus

3 College Sophomore

Student Body: The students are very interactive with each other

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: The tuition is a lot, but it is definitely worth it!

5 College Sophomore

Career Services: The school has the alumni come back as guest speakers to explain how going to the school got them where they are now and how successful they are becoming, they also have other guest speakers that come every month to give advice and tips on how to get into the industry or land a job. The career team is always available to the students to help them build resumes, present to industry workers and get through a perfect interview!

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I learn so much so quickly and I love that I can get my Bachelor's degree in only 20 months. The school not only has connections with real industry workers, all the staff/teachers have worked in the industry and understand it as well.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Because of the school being accelerated it is a lot of information to take in really quickly, Sometimes it can be hard to learn that way if you don't understand what your learning, But through every class they apply what you're learning to real life industry examples

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The staffs are very welcoming and willing to help with everything I needed. The campus is up to date and super clean.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Again, it's okay. They try to match you with the credits you come in with, but not everything will go. I think I got like 3 or 4. Other schools wanted to give me much more...this one, not so much.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: I find myself answering 'It's okay' quite a bit for these topics. As an Online student, it really is just, 'It's okay'. It can be better, if they add more services for online students, and they do more live classes. It can be better if they give us access to the campus lectures (we are, after all, paying for the same stuff, so give it to us already). But, in all....it's just...okay.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: Campus courses are great; coding courses are hours of lectures, and class theory, etc. It's amazing. Online, almost the exact opposite.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: Go to the campus, if you can. You will receive your entire education experience. If you MUST go to online, just expect it to be sucky, but you are in it for a degree, so there you go. The CAMPUS is where it's at. Online is...red headed step child.

2 College Junior

Online Courses: You are paying for the same level of education as the campus people, but you will not receive that great of an education. What you put in, is what you will get out. You can breeze through everything, and you will pass, even if it's just with a C. The mentality here is that this is a hard course. So, if you score a C, be happy. If, however, you put in the time, and score an A, be proud of that. Granted, that's the perception, the reality is much different. For much of the time, it feels like you are just doing leg work, and the teachers are just auto grading, it's frustrating. Most teachers don't respond to discussions, or prompt things. The actual teachers do (the ones with degrees). The instructors, not so much. The PMA courses are a joke, and can be done all usually within a week (even though they are supposed to take 4 weeks). Some of the instructors dislike online students, and will retaliate against you even if you misspell something (that's 25% off your grade), or miss an innocuous comment in code (that's a whole letter grade deduction, sometimes 2).

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4 College Junior

Student Body: This is an elite level campus, and the campus students know it. The campus is a whole other beast as compared to the online version of the school. Online, you will receive a vastly different experience and education level (like you don't have lectures each day). Campus students know they work hard, they play hard and they are pampered, so much. But, they work hard for those chances for game days, WWF spots, game shows, etc. It's an amazing school for student body life.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The school handles most everything for you, as long as you fill out the FAFSA. They keep on top of the loans and repayments too, so that works out.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The program is fast paced, and very in depth. The starting the blocks for programming focus on HTML, JavaScript and then delve into Objective-C and XCode from the ground up. From there, you are taken to 300 and 400 level classes to learn Java and Android, which in my opinion is just fine, but other students find it hard. I think that's mainly because they don't try as hard in the IOS blocks. But, in all, it's a great way to learn. You will develop tons of apps (Think i'm on like my 60th so far), and lots of video content to show them off.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The java blocks need to be redone, but it's good to see them reviewing the code base changes as they take place. The IOS is now Swift based, which is great, as that's the new go to for iPhone. The general classes in between the blocks are a bit of a headache to manage, some have far too much work, but that's to be expected in college. The PMA classes are a joke though. Such a let down.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: There isn't much for online students for the campus. Most of it is available only to on campus students. However, there is works in play that will allow online students to access campus lectures, special sessions and the like. So, that's a plus. Online students can get their own ID card as well, and have full library access, and grounds access, so that's a plus too.

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: Confirmed my dispersal dates and amounts and im content

3 people found this useful Report
3 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I cant say whether its good or bad Im reviewing this school from enrollment to graduation and im just starting. So far its been helpful

2 people found this useful Report
5 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Well. I am just beginning so I don't knownmucj

4 College Sophomore

Online Courses: The classes are hands on and real world applicable. Expect to log-in 30-40 hours per week. The class sizes are small, maybe 10 people and there is a lot of interaction with fellow students.

3 people found this useful Report
4 College Sophomore

Student Body: There is a lot of diversity. In my online classes there are students from all over the United States.

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: The tuition rate is average. There are not many scholarships offered.

1 person found this useful Report
4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I am studying Media Communications - online. This degree is used in a variety of fields so you are taught in many areas - anything from technical writing, to project management, to graphic design...and that's in the first semester!

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