The Art Institute of Tampa, a branch of Miami International University of Art & Design Reviews
The school website crashes at random. So it makes it very hard to submit assignments. The work load is pretty heavy but plenty of time is given to complete your assignments. The teachers are pretty understanding and have really good relationships with their students. They treat the students problems as if they were problems of their own. Peer to peer relationships are just about the same as teacher to student, we all help each other when needed. sticking together gets the job done. its pretty easy to register for classes walk in and walk out process.
Every teacher, professor, and instructor here is dedicated to your success, they set up hours for Q&A, and tutoring. Courses last 11 weeks. Each course goes pretty smoothly, class sizes range anywhere from 5-30 students young and old. The classes I attend are either lecture (classroom) or Cooking (kitchen). I attend cooking classes twice a week and I have two lecture classes each week. my lecture classes last about 5 hours on schedule. All my cooking classes last about 4 hours.
I am attending AI to achieve my Bachelors in Culinary Management. The work load is pretty heavy, for instance we have a lot of project to complete, most projects either take up to about two weeks In duration or may even last throughout the entire course. Home work is minimal, there is a lot of research and reading. Math plays a big role in line of work. This is because I constantly have to cost out recipes, and requisition sheets. This all may seem like a lot but it is very necessary if I plan to take my career to the next level.