California Intercontinental University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (6)
I have been a student since 2011 working on my doctorate degree. Once you get to the point of writing your dissertation the support is almost non-existent. Every revision I would submit took about 2 weeks or more to be reviewed with almost little or no feedback. I definitely would not recommend this school to anyone, there are much better options out there.
A great experience in my institute first of all in studies and then some extra curriculum activities. My institute help me for better studies and not only focus in studies but also some other's activities which boost up the confidence of mine.This confidence never let me down in any ara of life.
When I began my studies with CalU, the school did not have a school code, therefore, no financial aid. The school set me up with an interest-free, pay-as-you-go, tailored to my financial situation. The accreditation and school code was issued as I completed my Doctorate degree. Despite that, I have no regrets and I enjoyed the journey. I highly recommend this distance learning institution for those considering taking online classes. Dr. E. W. C., DBA
Worst university and worst teachers. No specific program available for the students. The instructors are from part time or other online universities. No quality education or service. The content available in the courses are mostly 2-3 years old. The student guides are not complete. If you complain with them, then you are gone.
I completed the doctoral program (DBA) at CalU 5 years ago and can attest to the benefits of this school & CalU's program design. I found both the rigor and depth of each course to match or exceed similar courses in other programs with universities that are 'regionally accredited' or referred to as 'brick and mortar' schools. As for "regionally accredited" schools, I hold an M.Ed from University of Virginia in Charlottesville VA, an MBA from Marymount University in Arlington VA, and finalizing my doctorate of engineering at George Washington University. All very solid university programs. The CalU program is a fresh approach, utilizing case study problems, and builds the student's competency with each additional course. The accelerated school terms are a boon to those looking to accomplish schooling while working in a professional environment. Technical support in working through the sometimes difficult online Learning Center system has been outstanding.
I've been going to CalU (California Intercontinental University for over a year now. Completed 13 classes so far.
Majority of the instructors are very good and the classes are pretty challenging. I would recommend this college if you don't have a lot of free time, a family to raise and work full time. It can be done!
So far, I'm hold on to a 4.0 GPA. The classes are 6 weeks long and only 8 classes a year (to be a full time student). The cost of the classes are very reasonable. I've compare them to others and found that they are the best priced.