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Credit transfer was seriously overstated. You will be lucky to get 20 credits transferred. But, they don't tell you that. They like to make you think that you can transfer all of them. Class flexibility was the one bright spot. Day and evening classes.
Sure, times might not be as stellar as they once were, but that doesn't stop the career placement service at this school from absolutely scouring the planet for not just filed related jobs, but any job. It took me about a month and a half to find suitable employment once I got serious about looking. The reason why I got this job is because the placement specialist is familiar with numerous employers in the area and can vouch for the students at this school. That is like having a super reference on your resume. The placement specialist spends her workdays not only finding jobs to put in the inboxes of students past and present, she also helps get your resume out while you are doing other things in life. Its like having a job search agent working 40 hours a week just to find you a job. If you can't get a job with her help then you simply were not willing to do what it took to get the job. That means cutting the hair, shaving, taking a shower, brushing the teeth, ironing the clothes, learning to tie a double Windsor, shining the shoes, practicing your interviewing techniques and fine tuning your resume to fit the job description. The course that we all take, Professional Development couldn't possibly leave any student unprepared for the workforce. Definitely an A+ rating on this service for facing some serious challenges with placement in this economy and still being able to find a way to deliver.
At first i thought these online courses were going to be easy. I figured I would join the procrastinators club for the last leg of the program. I was dead wrong. The assignments are challenging and have real world applications. In business math you start with Algebra and progress into a full blown depreciation schedule of several types. It at that point that the wheels start turning in the head about managing a business. The Technical writing leg of the course is engaging. You will write a novel's worth of assignments by the time the course is completed. The real gem is the business ethics course. This is where your mind opens up to the entire world around you because you are engaged constantly with real world issues involving ethical practices in business and how those practices are compromised by many on a daily basis. One might think that they can coast through the Gen Ed program at the end, but I am here to tell you that you should prepare yourself to continue putting your nose in a book every night. You do get used to it and you will notice the empowerment you have for gaining all of this knowledge and the ability to apply it.