Registration was a nightmare for new students when I first enrolled, but I heard the school has changed it to a better method since then. Before I enrolled, I had the impression that the school pretty much only had Forestry, Fish and Wildlife Management, and Cosmetology. Obviously I was wrong, but those are the programs that get the most exposure. Workload and general experience with the courses really depends on who teaches it. I've had courses I thought I would love become my most hated ones because of someone's teaching method; whether it was giving 3 weeks of homework in one week because they personally felt the course wasn't progressing fast enough or putting so much of their personal opinions in their lectures that I didn't learn a thing. But I've also had courses I thought I would be boring actually being very enjoyable because of the teacher. For example, I took an extra psychology course because the teacher made his lectures interesting and was sympathetic to the fact the students had other classes when planning homework. There's an option for honors credit for most courses by doing an extra project, but students have to decide whether to do it or not in the first week of class. Because of the short deadline, I personally never used that opportunity because I didn't know how much it would effect the workload for the course. So while program may be sort of hidden in the school's offerings, it may be because it's entirely unpredictable in its academics.