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American InterContinental Online was a great online program. The curriculum was great and the classes were pertinent to my career. Online access was very easy and quick response to questions. It greatly prepared me for my career and afforded me an opportunity to move up in my previous position.
Their online program was great. Having the ability to pause, rewind, and review the lectures was extremely valuable. I earned my bachelors degree and got a job as a software engineer, now making twice as much as I was before starting college. The best part was that the material didn't focus on memorizing useless facts and obsolete techniques, but rather focused on the underlying fundamentals that technology is built on. All of the classes were challenging, and I had to retake Biology because the material was fairly difficult. At the end of the day, if your going into the Technology Sector, its critical to find the school that is the most up-to-date from a technology standpoint or you will end up learning about the algorithms that were used in the 1980s and 1990s being taught from some guy who learned everything he knows about computers from a book. 4 stars.
As a student at AIU online I must say I love it My instructors are great .My classes are great. The staff is super helpful. My advisor reaches out to me weekly just to check in.My instructors call me if I email them a question. I love the live chats they are super helpful.Im so glad I chose this school they fit my busy schedule and make learning a breeze.
American Intercontinental University is a diverse university in that they are proud in that their university brings in men and women from all across the United States and abroad to study both on campus and online. Furthermore, if your the type of student that likes to sleep in and focus on your education then this university is the appropriate one for you not only do they have on campus classes, but they also have online classes as well. In addition, to the university being diverse they also offer opportunities to be involved in different academic fraternities based on your degree program, and they also offer opportunities to be involved with student employment and student government as well. American Intercontinental University offers degree programs in several fields pertaining to Criminal Justice, Fashion, Film/Media, and Business. If your looking for a career in any of these fields than American Intercontinental University is the right place for you.
I loved AIU and enjoyed going to the campus and school online. I enjoyed the professors and the campus environment. Online was easy to interact with professors, staff, and other students around the world. I am proud to be an AIU alumni.
Overall I have mixed feelings. My goal is to obtain a law degree and become an attorney. I started my associates in 2012, classes were ok but they didn't cover anything that I can say stuck with me. I started me bachelors degree in 2015 but now I am troubled because I don't know that I will be able to use it to take the LSAT or a prep class. If I could have done this all over again I would have done HCC. Teachers, I can't complain there are a couple that I can truly say have a passion for teaching. The debt accumulated is going to suck and I am regretting it now. I have not had career services reach out to me at all. Career advisors seem to change too often and there is never one person you can rely on to speak to through your degree. I truly hope I am able to use this bachelors degree to get my law degree. I am freaking out since I was not able to sign in to the Lsac website to build my profile because this school is not there!!!!!
I lost a great instructor because the instructor was being harassed about training. It is difficult to navigate through the programs. The audio does not work and the video has difficulty playing. I do not blame the instructor; she often reported these problems. But she only received criticism and no assistance from her department.
As a current student I have to say that to be accredited a school goes through the proper channels. I have been to other online programs. If they are out of state the tuition is utterly ridiculous. I decided on this school after having a great experience with another online degree program from another school. I did some research and began my program here last year. I had to opt. out and after looking at a few other schools decided to return and complete my Bachelors in Business with a Project Management Specialty here. I'm a little past the half way mark in my degree program. My Experience so far has been a good one. I had to decelerate my classes from 2 every 5 weeks to 1 because my schedule is so demanding but my instructors are encouraging. I have not heard much from this advisor not too pleased with her but the one I had prior to exiting the school was wonderful. Overall its a good school. I like the intellipath and the tools they give. You will do as well as you apply yourself to this program. I am doing this because I already have the career I want I'm in it but in order to move upwardly into management this degree will help me get there. Keep focused and if you're in it then you're in it. No one can discount your education unless you allow it.
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.
Let me start by saying that I am not an enrolled student but a perspective student for the AIU Houston campus. The MBA program at AIU seems to be an overall good value for the money compared to many other similar programs which start at closer to $40k per year versus AIUs $25k. I would not recommend this school to someone who is a recent college grad with no work experience in the field you are looking to go in because this school holds little to no weight to a perspective employer. I personally am looking into the program because Im already at a management level in my career and need a masters degree to tick the box and stay relevant in the job market and also need the flexibility to go online if needed. My main criticism is with the admissions office at this school, who do a terrible job at helping facilitate a prospective student into wanting to be an enrolled student. Ask an admissions advisor any sort of detailed question, and they will just refer you to someone else. My admissions advisor in particular, someone named C. at the Houston Campus, though pleasant enough, came across as completely ignorant and unable to answer the basic of questions besides cost of tuition and when classes start. Other than that, good luck getting an answer. When she gave me phone numbers of people I could call to do my own research to help me make an informed decision, the numbers were out of service. She was also very un-responsive to emails and lazy in her job. I guess this school thinks they will sell themselves with people like her working there. I will add that a young lady in the financial aide office named Deanne was very helpful and knowledgeable when I called her for some research. Many aspects of the school are attractive to me for my own personal reasons but I will spend my money elsewhere. If interested in a hybrid MBA program in Houston, look into Texas Women's University. They are along the same price point but much better customer service and more professional. Im terrified to think how I will be handled once this place has my money secured in their bank account.