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AMU was a challenge.BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
AMU was a challenge. My wife and I both received undergraduate degrees in Management and believe it AMU has contributed directly to our success. I work full time managing IT projects and my wife owns and operates a facility management company. The skills and knowledge we have gained has helped with our careers and my wife with her business. More importantly it has helped my wife with her employees. The degree is what you make. Anyone can cheat regardless where they go to school, but if you wish to gain from your experience you take the time to read the text books and do the assignments. I use to be able to wing it in some of my classes in the past because I could just listen to the instructor. Taking classes on line is more difficult if you take the time to learn. The most challenging part for me was actually reading the entire text book for each class.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
Starting Job: Helpdesk; Preparedness: A+ Reputation: B+
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Going to any online college the user willQuite BrightCriminal
Going to any online college the user will have to have a bit of common sense. If yuo have that then your are golden. AMU in all honesty gave me not 1 problem.....ever. Everything was straightforward and concise. I am retiring from the military shortley and a college degree is all people are looking for. Online, tradidional...whatever. A degree is a degree as long as it is accredited.
4th Year Male -- Class 2014
Scholastic Success: A+, Perceived Campus Safety: C-
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AMU is great for study in your specificBrightPreLaw and Legal
AMU is great for study in your specific field. They work really well with deployed veterans and anyone else who has a schedule that is less time permitting. The resources are also quite extraordinary. If you don't mind missing out on a tradition college campus experience, AMU is a great way to further your education right at home from your own computer.
1st Year Female -- Class 2018
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