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The program is rigorous, with a workload comparable to any brick and mortar school. Most of the professors are top notch, and have or are currently working within the field they are teaching, meaning, law classes are taught by practicing or retired lawyers, accounting by accountants, IT by IT professionals, etc. This has made this experience well worth the price of admission. Whether I go on to work in a law firm or continue working in the field of taxes and accounting, the education I've received here has made a positive impact on my life and been well worth the time and money to attend.
The workload is pretty intense! Tests are always given in essay format and have ten questions on them. Each class requires five fairly long written assignments and three exams throughout as well as regular attendance with the lectures to pass. I do feel like the standard is pretty high to achieve a high grade and maintain the grade throughout the program.
As stated previously in another answer, the most unique feature is the courseware. The workload is flexible for even a busy adult to be able to devote time to their studies. If you can't attend a lecture, there are other options to receiving credit for participation/interaction. Registration process was smooth and if you're unsure about enrolling, you can request more information and receive a free two-week trial at no obligation. During the free trial you can see what it is like within the classroom and courseware. Professors are great and are available by email, some are also available by phone. In every lecture that I've attended there has always been an element of surprise/fun that makes it worthwhile. In the interactive classrooms, you can private message another student and exchange information for contact outside of the classroom.