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If your considering UMT beware.AverageBusiness - Management and Administration
If your considering UMT beware. They are a great school, but the correspondence could be a lot clearer. They advertise as a military friendly school with a liberal policy on course completion. True, but they will lead you on to believe that you have a chance to complete your course work when your military commitments are out of the way. (like deploying) They tell you when you are able to, you can log into blackboard and complete your course. What they don't tell you is that they will remove the course from blackboard without warning. When you contact the school to fix the problem you are then hit with the bad news. Since the course has been removed from blackboard, you will have to pay for the course again in order to complete it, then you can request you grade to be changed. So let me get this right, I have to pay double the amount for the course when you never warned me? A very disappointing experience I hope they can fix. instead of sending a email with "Unfortunately we can not...."
1st Year Male -- Class 2016
Collaboration/Competitive: A+, Faculty Accessibility: F
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UMT is definitely tailored to working adults andBrightOther
UMT is definitely tailored to working adults and military personnel. The courses are self-paced and students are given adequate time (11 weeks) to complete their assignments and exams. The only cautionary advice I could give is that if your "plate is full" to begin with (e.g. kids, working full-time, and other commitments) then you will have to manage your time wisely to complete your studies; otherwise you will fall behind or not complete courses. UMT is a fantastic school for those that are motivated and can juggle their day-to-day lives while completing their degree.
1st Year Male -- Class 2014
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: A-
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They are not very honest in this school.
Male -- Class 2000
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