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| I am an online student. The online degree completion programs are a good value, however the coursework is writing focused rather than test focused. This format was probably chosen since there could be validity issues with online testing, so be prepared to write on average of 2 papers (often 2-4 pages in length) per week. It's not difficult to complete the required weekly assignments; which generally consist of a reading assignment, one or two discussion questions, one or two papers, and sometimes a powerpoint presentation. At the end of each class you are expected to write an 8-10 page summary paper. Professor's tend to be a little generous with grading as long as students put forth the effort. With each class averaging about 5 weeks in length, Tiffin's accelerated online degree completion programs could be a good choice if you are in a hurry to graduate. |
|Sep 26 2011|| 4th Year Male --
Class 2012 |
| College is what you make it. Many people leave on Thursday to go home. They never give the "campus life" a chance. No, TU is not a party every night, but do you really want just a party for the $ that you are investing? If you want to have a good time in the off-hours, you need to get off your butt and do something about it, don't just whine.|
I find it funny that 5 (of 7) people said that they were "Quite Bright" yet the average ACT at the time was 21.6. *LOL* Must be the same 5 who wouldn't go here again.I think the school is growing and has alot of potential. TU is a business and CJ school, and you get out of it what you put in.
|Apr 09 2002|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2004 |