is not a bad school. They are accredited and
the coursework is somewhat challenging.
I did not expect a
degree that would be on the same level as Harvard,
Yale or MIT. I did plenty of research beforehand
and realized their way of doing business (and EVERY college/university
is a business, don't forget it!) is what I was
looking for: flexible hours, open enrollment, accredited, inexpensive.
vs. national accreditation discussion: if you want to get a
degree from a regionally accredited school, your credits from CSU
probably won't transfer, so go to a regionally accredited school!
Do your research. The whining and crying on these
review sites is just ridiculous. If you don't know
about accreditation and transferability before signing up for classes through
ANY school, you should probably take a course in common
The degree doesn't make the person. It's
similar to a resume getting you an interview and then
YOU get the job. A degree is no more
than a piece of paper that says you can learn
and that you have theoretical knowledge of a specific field.
That's it. I know plenty of people who
have Master's degrees from brick and mortar schools who have
no clue about their chosen industry. If you get a
degree from an online school and your friends laugh at
you because its not from a “real” school, then you
and your friends need to grow up. As long
as it is nationally accredited, you have a legitimate degree.
Bottom line, its about the person and how you
apply the knowledge you gain. Expecting to land a
good job with a huge salary just from a degree
will result in failure.