College Junior 2013-07-31T21:20:03Z
Since this school is 100% online it is very flexible for a working adult. The classes are rigorous, at least at the graduate level, and I'm very pleased with my education so far. My experience with the instructors has been nothing but positive. I also like that classes start on the first Monday of every month so if you need to skip a month you can. Also, with the classes starting every first Monday, you can easily finished one class and begin another almost immediately.
College Junior 2013-07-31T21:16:21Z
I have not graduated so I don't know what their post-grad services are like.
College Junior 2013-07-29T16:33:31Z
This school offers only online classes consisting of maily working class people from around the world with diverse background. They are encouraged to socialize and have class discussions which cab be of benefit to them.
College Junior 2013-07-29T16:22:15Z
I;m a graduate student and im enjoying my program even though i have just started. the workload is heavy but the flexibility makes is manageable. The cost of books are high though.
College Junior 2013-07-29T16:12:54Z
WORK LOAD HEAVY WITH LOTS OF READING AND ASSIGNMENT
College Sophomore 2013-07-29T14:08:25Z
Offers almost everything I desire, Could do a bit more in southeast asia on a international relations level.
College Sophomore 2013-07-29T14:02:14Z
I found online courses to be flexible to my time schedule. As long as I meet the deadlines, I can work at my own pace without having to adjust my work or family time.
College Sophomore 2013-07-29T14:00:14Z
the fact that it is an online campus with accreditation and listed with the Dept. of Education. It was founded by a US Marine for Military members seeking a degree while serving their country.
College Sophomore 2013-07-29T13:57:20Z
So far the student body seems very active and open
College Sophomore 2013-07-29T13:55:13Z
For the most part the online campus is easy to move around in. The one problem is the ability to access the area for student interaction that is called "the quad". After three weeks and both phone calls and emails, I have not been able to access the quad.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-29T11:25:51Z
While it is not a typical classroom, the interactive discussions help to foster a sense of community.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-29T11:24:45Z
Easy credit transfer process and very helpful staff.
College Sophomore 2013-07-29T08:55:57Z
Really exactly what you would expect of an online course
College Sophomore 2013-07-29T08:55:20Z
I am in the MArine Corps and they offer flexibility with our always changing schedules
College Senior 2013-07-28T18:26:47Z
I am glad I choose this school, it was the best decision I have ever made.
College Senior 2013-07-28T18:25:06Z
I can work my school work around my schedule of being a single mom with two children and working full time so it has made it nice.
College Senior 2013-07-28T18:24:11Z
I have never had a bad experience and all my classmates have seemed to be very respectful and helpful.
College Senior 2013-07-28T18:23:36Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
They have always helped me to the best of their ability
College Junior 2013-07-27T19:53:46Z
I believe the program is very well constructed and the online campus is very easy to adjust to. This is critical for online school because it is online and typically it is up to the student to figure out things on their own. This is also the only thing I can say bad about online learning. Very often the questions you got wrong on a quiz are never announced, so you need to go back and review everything you learned if you want to have any chance at learning from your mistakes! I understand this is important to prevent cheating in an online environment, but sometimes it is challenging. For example, Algebra ultimately necessitated that I establish time with a tutor on the side! In this regard, workload can be exacerbated to a very challenging extent due to the students reliance on their own means. Overall though, I believe this learning method allows a student to learn in a fashion that best represents the way adults must learn in reality! Through effort, dedication, and resourcefulness.
College Junior 2013-07-27T19:46:04Z
I began my studies while deployed in 2011. Back then they had a system for conducting your online learning and it was a little shoddy to be honest. But ever since they have updated to the Sakai infrastructure, I am glad I am enrolled in AMU to say the least. The websites are streamlined, load quickly, and rarely if ever do I encounter issues. The website is reliable and has never been down. I have enjoyed my online learned much more thanks to this exceptional interface.
College Junior 2013-07-27T19:43:45Z
I have loved online school so far. And nearly without exception, my instructors were extremely helpful and instrumental in my studies. I have gotten wonderful feedback on forums and thesis papers. There are some classes that were not optimal, and they seemed to coincide with the curriculum being less than exceptional. There is a programming class that taught me practically nothing about actual programming and it was made extraordinarily difficult due to the fact that the instructor was almost completely inaccessible. I took this class to see if I could automate my workflow, but ultimately just learned how to use Object Oriented Programming to make weird little games when using a program called ALICE. This was so completely underwhelming that I decided that electives were something to be avoided rather than pursued. Fortunately I had enough military experience to transfer. Ultimately, I have found great fulfillment in my general education studies so far and have looked forward to my education, but believe that some of the courses could use some pruning. I can not say enough good things about my professors other than that. They have all been exception.
College Junior 2013-07-25T21:34:54Z
The resource needed most is the online library. I don't think this library is easy to use. It is hard to navigate and search and seems very disorganized.
College Junior 2013-07-25T21:31:45Z
There is a lot of diversity with the classes. The majority of students are associated with the military and are usually older than the typical college-age student.
College Junior 2013-07-25T21:29:40Z
The overall experience I have with the online classes is very good. Teachers give assignments with plenty of time to submit them. Peer-to-peer responses are key to succeeding at this school, so you never feel like you are alone and there is always help when needed.
College Junior 2013-07-25T21:27:27Z
For the most part, the teachers are very accommodating and reasonable. I have had a few minor issues in regards to teachers responding to messages in a timely manner. I have found that the online forums and posts for assignments are very informative and make it easy to learn about new topics.
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