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Graduation Year: 2012

I am two classes away from a Bachelors in Occupational Safety and Health 40% graduation rate. I am active duty military and this is a great school for me. very flexible. I really enjoy this school because I can log on whenever I want to complete my classes. With my degree program my grade is not based off of group projects (this comes in handy if you really care about your GPA vs. joining other schools and joining someone who just wants to knock out a class).,

Trust me, when you want to be marketable you want that GPA, it helps with the whole package. Also this school has group forums that are optional, I do not have to worry about logging on and putting in my two cents to someones comment in fear of not receiving participation point that will effect my GPA. What you put in, is what you get out.

If you want the grade you have to work for it. The student services programs are very helpful and always there when you need them. There are plenty of programs within the school that will help you in your classes such as tutors, student success center, student forums, class forums, online libraries, etc... I hope you do your research and best luck with your educational choice.

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Degree: Organizational Leadership
Graduation Year: 2014

I am finishing bachelors degree in orgnaizational leadership from here. I must say this is the best college for the working military and family. They transfer alot of your work history or if you're military from your AARTS and any current course like opsec and security awareness etc. While online, I can tell you it's not as easy as some people may think. This college is meant for the working/family person that does not have the time to sit in a class room environment. As a military wife with childrena dn working full-time this is the perfect fit for me. I also chose this school because hands down it is one of the cheapest schools you will find hands down!

The staff is friendly and work with you every step of the way through the school. I would highly recommend Colunbia Southern to anyone who is ready to excell and are motivated to complete this at an accelerated pace.

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While working for the US Department of Justice in Miami, Florida, I decided to pursue my education.

I found Columbia Southern University's program in the area of Criminal Justice very informative.

Upon receiving a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice I am sure it assisted in furthering my career.

Shortly there after I received a promotion in the area of Special Investigations.

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I am getting ready to receive my bachelors degree from here. First off this is the perfect college for the working military guy. They transfer alot of your work history off your smart transcript. I have completed 10 courses through their Business Administration degree and I can tell you its not as easy as some people think. I have written over 160 essays and 2 research papers in those 10 classes. Although they are not regionally accredited they are nationally and would not recommend them to an 18 year old high school grad. This college is meant for the working/family person that does not have the time to sit in a class room environment.

The staff is friendly and work with you every step of the way through the school. If you are in the same boat as me than i would highly recommend them to you.

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