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| Ok AIU Dunwoody, is great school in its own way. I would say one of the biggest problems is communication, which should be one of its main concerns. Trying to find your advisers feels like trying to get in touch with Obama. It really shouldn't be this hard, and don't ever call because no matter who you call, you WILL get sent to voicemail. But other then that the school is pretty good, I think that Dr.Scott (one of the professors) and a few other great professors are really one of the things keeping that school alive, because if it wasn't for him, I think a lot of us students would of left our first year. |
|Oct 12 2009|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2010 |
| Master programs at AIU are designed for students who are practing in their current field. These degrees are not for individuals who want to change careers.|
This was a big mistake. I consider the education I received at AIU as a crash course in management.Unfortunately, the company I am employed by does not recognize this program or school as a valid education. People who are not holding position in management should not be admitted to the MBA program at AIU.
The rewards I got from AIU is a $30,000 debt. My salary or position have not changed, therefore I am left with a student loan I cannot afford. My view on AIU education is added responsibility on an already strapped for cash budget and added stress. Basically, I have dropped the title of MBA on resumes hoping I can get a higher paying position using my undergraduate degree.
I am in the process of studying for a Master Degree at Northwestern University hoping this will enhance my efforts in obtaining a job that will pay for AIU and Northwestern education.
The bottom line is I will be in debt for a long time.
High school and college students should be very careful in chosing what school to attend. First, accleration programs are extremely high and job prospect are slim if you are not currently practing in the field. I would recommend choosing a school that offer internships and job placement to better one chances of finding employment in their chosen field of study.
| Starting Job: Same position held while in school, Preparedness: F, Reputation: F |
|Jul 28 2007|| Alumna Female --
Class 2000 |
| I would not recommend this school, a state college provides the same level of education at a far lower tuition rate.|
There is no social life, the campus in Buckhead looks like a run-down office building, and the administration is only concerned with the students while in the recruiting process, after you're in, you basically only exist so your tuition comes through.
Faculty seemed friendly and knowlegeable enough, if it weren't for that reason only, I would feel like I threw away $30000.
|Apr 13 2006|| Alumna Female --
Class 2000 |