When I started at ITT Online, I had a really good experience. The instructors were very communicative and prompt. I managed to do very well in my classes. For the first time, I managed to get a 4.0 GPA. My family was really proud. Then came the Electronics courses. When I started DC-AC Electronics, the student toolkit did not come in on time. As a result of this, I was a week behind on all labs, which constituted a majority of my grade. To top this off, I had a hard time finding the extra resources for the provided textbook. I had contacted the instructor about this, but instead of directing me straight to the resources (and giving me a reminder of noting where the resources were for future reference, which is understandable), he had simply said to look in the course materials, adding to the the already growing frustration of catching up on late work. Unfortunately, due to an emergency shifts at my job, I had to retake the course. The situation got even worse when I started my Solid State Devices course. Some of the materials that were required in the labs I didn't even have (for example, I only had one 1uF electrolytic capacitor shipped with the toolkit when the lab required two.). Also, I ended up having to research substitutes for some of the components. For example, lets say that lab required an integrated circuit chip with the code Axx. But I do not have an IC chip Axx. I only have IC chip Zxx's, Txx's, and a couple of Dxx's. If I use the wrong component, I could end up either frying the circuit, frying the myDAQ, or lock up my computer from software issues. So I now have to see if one of these is a substitute. After some time I had found out that a Txx IC chip should be an acceptable substitute. However, I now have more concerns. The readings will be different than intended, as well as the settings the circuit has to run on. I definitely have to cross my fingers since now I am not sure if I am doing the assignment correctly. Contacting the instructor or another student was quite frustrating at best. Most of the students did not respond at all, and when one did, they were in the same boat as I was. When I try to contact the instructor, especially when there was an issue with the assignment that I needed to have resolved as soon as possible (mainly the labs), I could not get a timely response. (Unlike my other instructors, in which I would get a response the same day, if not early the next day at the latest.) Sometimes I would not get a response until sometime in the next week, long after the assignment was due. Once again it ended up in a vicious cycle. My computer being repaired (a fault on my behalf) made it even worse. I was originally hoping to drop this course since I was transferring to another school. However, I was told by student support that, since I was under the Opportunities Scholarship, I had no choice but to finish the course, which does not make sense, since (please correct me if I made an error) the scholarship only required two classes during the quarter (I'm registered for three: Composition 1, DC-AC Electronics, and Solid State Devices. I have already completed Composition 1 and DC-AC Electronics) and a minimum 2.0 GPA. I am now afraid that my failure in Solid State Electronics will opt me out of the Scholarship, which I really need to cover the costs that I am not able to pay at this time. When it comes to the Electronic course sessions by themselves, the classes are far too fast paced. Five to six weeks is a short amount of time to cram in a very large amount of information. In my opinion, Electronics is a very complicated subject, more complicated than Composition and Algebra, maybe even Calculus, and it should never be rushed. Due to the shortness and intensity of the sessions, I felt that I had actually barely learned anything. I just simply went through the motions of completing the assignments. And that's not a good thing, since it would impact me negatively in the long run. There also needs to be more videos on the Electronics subject. Videos are a great way to bridge the gap between the words describing how something works and showing how something works physically. Also, real-world equipment, like an actual Oscillator, should be considered. Overall, the general ed. online classes were very well planned out. However, even though it has potential, the Electronics courses need a little bit more work.