American InterContinental University Reviews of Associates in Business Administration

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33% of 6 students said this degree improved their career prospects
33% of 6 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Reviews - Associates in Business Administration

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aiugraduate
  • Reviewed: 6/24/2021
  • Degree: Business Administration
"When I start applying for AIU I was in the middle of wait for another college to receive my transcript. At the time I was a least a month before I call Saint Leo and was told they never receive my transcript. I was already exhausted because I was looking for other college that had my major and willing to get me in quick. Once I decide to not to Saint Leo since there process was taking too long. I try AIU I apply Friday night and by Saturday morning I had so many phone call from AIU it was crazy. Once I finally accept the call I was able to get accept into AIU on the same day. Within a few days I had send over my high school diploma upload and had my transcript send over to AIU. I also forgot to mention I was transfer from community college to AIU. When other college told me they can`t accept me because of financial aid. AIU was like we going to take care of you and make sure you graduate. I want to thank everyone at AIU for getting me enrolled in school and achieving my dream. Thanks AIU for helping ,me accomplish my goal which was to go back to college and my degree in Business Administration. Thank You AIU"
Ramon Gomez
  • Reviewed: 5/8/2021
  • Degree: Business Administration
"AIU has been a god send. At least for me AIU has lived up to the sales pitch. All the staff I’ve had to communicate or interact with have been amazing and genuinely seem to care about my educational success and have been amazingly helpful with my education I definitely would recommend AIU to my friends and family. Truely an amazing school."
Reshawn
  • Reviewed: 1/20/2020
  • Degree: Business Administration
"The WORST! DO NOT ENROLL! Classes were so easy to pass and when I decided to transfer the school I attended said my credits and etc couldn’t go with me because of school. They said I would have to take ALL OF THE CLASSES OVER. This will be a waste of time! They only care about you attending because of the money. They never contacted me about my grades only about me attending and every time I called I never got an response but they call email me everyday to re-enroll and more."
Sunshine Byrne
  • Reviewed: 9/13/2016
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I went to college in 2005 and graduated in 2006. AIU was more concerned with having me as a student and the fact that my then husband was active duty Army. It was wonderful as far as being able to attend classes online while still being able to be a stay home mom for my kids, whom were 6 and 2 at the time. As far as after graduation.... that was a different story. I moved back home with my kids in 2007 and our divorce was final in 2008, but I ended up stuck back in the fast food industry. My degree seemed to hold no value, and with very little actual job experience, I just felt screwed. I have $15,000 in student loan debt and no job to show for my 3.79 GPA."
Associate of Arts in Business Administration
  • Reviewed: 7/23/2016
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I began my academic journey at AIU online during the fall of 2014. I had great professors over the past two years, I'd have to say there was only one that I didn't like that much but you'll have that at almost any college. The staff at AIU was very helpful and would call me to make sure I was on track which I appreciated very much because I didn't just feel like "a number" This school is more affordable than a lot of other colleges but education is just expensive in general so I don't understand why people on here are complaining about the costs. I'll be using my Associates for a management position for the insurance company I work for. If there's one thing online learning taught me it's self discipline, online classes will challenge you because you don't have somebody there telling you how and when to do your work. There are so many great resources available that the university offers they just need to be utilized. All in all, after much research AIU proved to be one of the best decisions of my life and I look forward to going back for my Bachelors in Human Resource Management. I've attended other online institutions but they simply couldn't beat the good experience I've had at AIU."
Lee Schroeder
  • Reviewed: 6/20/2016
  • Degree: Business Administration
"When I attended this college and graduated in 2011, it was a high acclaimed college you wanted to come home and get going on your homework every night. A few years later decided to return for my Bachelors. That was a mistake. Never completed my degree and still paying for classes I never took. It is a fraud school in such a short time."