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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2017

Exceptional school with professors that challenge their students to develop innovative ways to solve relevant and complex issues found in today's business environment. Curriculum has equipped me with the skill set to go beyond typical business parameters by contributing creative solutions, exposing talents within my employees, and building self-managing teams. Truly happy about the value of my education from this institution.

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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2016

This school is definitely very involved with the community. They are growing so rapidly ! Almost every degree here is highly recognized. From business, to even fashion design. With all of the clubs and organizations that they have you'll be able to fit in somewhere. Even at orientation they encourage new students to attend certain events so they can meet other students. The classes are the perfect size and you really get that one on one with professors. This is also very beneficial when you are looking for letters of recommendation and the professor knows who you are. If I could relive my 4 years again I so would. I highly recommend this school.

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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2015

UIW ADCAP program is perfect for people who work full time and have a family. The classes are small and there are many campus sites you can attend. This was a perfect choice for me, I would recommend ADCAP program for people trying to go back to school.

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Degree: Health/Health Care Administration/Management
Graduation Year: 0000

I am currently enrolled in the online Healthcare Administration program. The school is expensive with the current tuition at approximately $2000 per class for non-goverment employees. Financial aid (other than loans) is pretty much nonexistent for grad students. The workload is challenging, but doable with a job and other priorities.

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