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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 2013

Instructors were professional. Many possessed significant expertise in the courses taught. Time management is crucial for anyone considering attending. You have 8 weeks in which to cram a full 16 week semester- you know this going in. Again, I cannot stress enough about time management. As with anything, you reap what you sow. Requirements are posted before you apply. Why pay the fees/tuition and then complain about the course load? Do the work with full understanding that it is going to be time consuming. In the end I finished my BA and moved into the MA program. I highly recommend the University to those willing to put forth the effort.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Public Administration and Social Service Professions, Other
Graduation Year: 2000

This school did absolutely nothing to improve my circumstances in life. I graduated years ago and I have not had one good job since graduating from this school. People I know who only have a high school diploma make more money than me even though I graduated from American University. I now have student loans to pay back and nothing to show for it. I was poor before I went to American University and I am still poor after graduating from American University. The professors and career center do not know anyone in the private or public sector to help you get a good job. There are better jobs listed on careerbuilder than they have listed in the career center. This school was a complete waste of time and money. I went to this school because I thought it would improve my standard of living. It never did.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Public Administration and Social Service Professions, Other
Graduation Year: 2000

I have not been able to get a good permanent job since graduating from American University almost 20 years ago. I was poor before I went to American University and I am still poor after graduating. Graduating from this school did not create any opportunities for me and I have to pay back student loans which keeps me poor. Everyone I know who graduated from this school never got a good job either. This school does not improve your circumstances in life. If anything, it makes you worse off because you end up with an expensive degree that no one values.

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4 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Anthropology
Graduation Year: 2015

I loved it. It has been the best experience of my life. :))) amazing. Mostly because everyone is very supportive and the university encourages you to get together and incorporate many new ideas. Group discussions, labs etc. are a priority. I am a major in Medical Anthropology, It was an amazing experience.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Women's Studies
Graduation Year: 2012

American University provided me with a well rounded, career focused education. Upon graduation I entered a position in my chosen career and was prepared both academically and professionally. AU is not only focused on an exceptional education but also creating ethical and responsible leaders. The student services enhanced the class time with major specific career services, supportive faculty, and unique speakers and networking events. My experience at AU was so powerful that I recently applied and was accepted to a Master's program in their Public Affairs school.

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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2012

The amount of diversity and professor involvement and care in the curriculum is high. The professors there truly encourage you to seek higher education and are willing to meet and discuss with you at any point in time. Financial aid is very tricky to work with and quite difficult to receive there, but I felt prepared and overqualified for a lot of positions after graduation, specifically because of the push for and surplus of opportunities for students to engage in internships during their time at AU.

4 out of 5
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Degree: International Relations and Affairs
Graduation Year: 2016

Studying international relations and history at AU really sharpened my critical thinking, researching, and writing skills. My best advice would be to look for the best professors because they make a huge difference. I was very lucky and had amazing professors. Happy I went here!

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Degree: Accounting and Finance
Graduation Year: 2003

Study was a very pleasant experience, got very good knowledge, also met people from different countries with whom I shared many pleasant experiences knowledge

4 out of 5
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Degree: English
Graduation Year: 2012

American University offers a range of Arts and Science programs that are also politically focused. It is located in Washington DC and has a lot of amenities available to its students. There are also a variety of programs that support student life and school spirit.

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Degree: Hospitality Management
Graduation Year: 2015

The quality of the education offered at the University of Puerto Rico is excellent. The university is divided in 11 campuses, with each campus having a stronger academic program than the others. For example if you're interested in medicine, the Rio Piedras campus would be the best choice, if you're interested in Hotel management, then the Carolina campus would be best.

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