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King University's online communication program provides studBrightCommunications
King University's online communication program provides students with the necessary knowledge and tools to succeed. King's online communication program does not require students to attend school on campus and has no attendance obligations. King University has a helpful staff always wiling to answer questions. Online students are valued just as much as traditional students. King's program is ideal for individuals working or with children. Major courses are in 5 week increments. This means students can focus on 1 course at a time instead of juggling a whole schedule. King University is affordable and online classes allow you to work at your own pace and truly grasp the things you're learning. Every student is assigned as advisor always there to answer any questions and help along the way. Overall, King University is a great school for anyone looking to obtain an online degree or any degree for that matter.
1st Year Female -- Class 2018
Social Life: A+, Faculty Accessibility: A-
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I honestly don't have anything negative to say about King University. I would suggest the university to anyone. As a matter of fact, two of my friends transferred to King when I told them how much I loved it. When I began the communications program, I was extremely nervous about 5 week classes, as it was something I had never done before. However, the professors were more than helpful and quick to answer any questions. I got acclimated quickly because there were ?how to? videos regarding blackboard and navigating class assignments. I have attended a few colleges, as it took me a while to figure out where I needed to be. King University was one of the best decisions I have made. The content of the assignments at King stand out because it seems that the professors are trying to teach you to apply your skills to life situations. I have learned so much and feel more than prepared to begin a job in the field of communications as soon as I graduate.
2nd Year Female -- Class 1921
Education Quality: A+, Innovation: A
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As a single mother who works full time,Quite BrightCommunications
As a single mother who works full time, I once thought obtaining my bachelors degree wasn't feasible. Out of curiosity I applied for a scholarship to an accelerated bachelors program at King University. To my surprise, I won a partial scholarship to enroll in their communication program. I quickly learned the team at King University truly cares about my education and my future. The flexible schedule of the program allows me to be a working adult and a mom. I look forward to the four-hour class night every week. The instructors have been brilliant, friendly, and encouraging. Continuing my education is giving me the confidence I was missing. Finally getting my degree will mean the world to me. I highly recommend King University to any adult seeking to finish their bachelors degree.
1st Year Female -- Class 2017
Education Quality: A+, Social Life: A-
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