As AI is an art institute, a lot of the classes required by my major don't work well online due to the nature of the studies. Which is fine, I'd much rather attend the class than study online. The school offers a lot of the non-major specific courses online like writing and some electives and all online courses are a condensed intensive study shortened to 6.5 weeks instead of the usual 11 week programs. I took my two required writing classes online this last term, but I decided I probably won't do it again. Although I enjoyed the accelerated aspect of the online courses (meaning more classes knocked out and sooner graduation for me), it was hard for me to keep up. This was probably more because my work schedule fell on days that I was required to turn in homework (which was every 3 or 4 days) so I would forget about it until the last minute or the next day a lot of times. The assignment dropbox, though fine for word documents normally, does not upload large files as efficiently as they could which would also frustrate me sometimes. There was hardly a professor/student relationship I felt, but that may have been more because of my lack of initiative. Overall I just found it wasn't my thing.