American InterContinental - Dunwoody is a for-profit university located in Sandy Springs, Georgia in the Atlanta Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 309 undergraduate students. The American InterContinental - Dunwoody acceptance rate is 100%. Graduating 21% of students, American InterContinental - Dunwoody alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $28,300.
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American InterContinental University - Dunwoody Reviews
American InterContinental University is a good school. I have really excelled in my academics. Since there are no extracurricular activities you can focus. The student to teacher/professor ratio is perfect, the teachers/professors are able to be more hands on. Things that can change are: more fields of study, be able to take a major and a minor. For the few fields of study that they do have they should be more involved and hands on outside of the school. There are a few clubs but they do not get students involved. When I was an undergraduate I did participate in the different clubs they had. I am still involved. My overall experience was nice.
This school consists of poor leadership. Iinstructors are not involved in the student development. There is great content in the online courses, but with the terms being short there is not enough time to actually grasps the information. Instructors do not put in time with their students. I learn little to nothing on campus. I learned mostly online in my business courses by researching. Even then, I still feel short changed,
I am a current transfer student. After Westwood College closed last month the student were forced to find other schools. AIU came to Westwood and spoke to the students. I was immediately impressed by there confidence, professionalism and the representatives were very knowledgeable about the variety of fields that are taught at the AIU Dunwoody campus. After meeting with my advisor Corey Barrett; I was registered for classes, my official transcripts were transferred and my financial aid package was complete before I left the school on my first visit. Since we are now in the 3rd week of class; I can honestly say that I am having a great time. I am learning new trends at an exponential rate and enjoying the learning process at AIU.