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Though this University is pricey and not muchQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
Though this University is pricey and not much in the area of the Greek system,they more than make up for it with great professors who hold degrees from the top Colleges in the country.They have a wealth of knowledge and are not shy about spreading that knowledge with the students.If you are not prepared to work hard this may not be the school for you.In the end you will be glad you mad the effort.
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Making everyday count. This will be a once in lifetime experience.
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As a mid-twenties student, I love Antioch University'sBrightBusiness - Management and Administration
As a mid-twenties student, I love Antioch University's BA program. I was accepted to USC and UCLA, but decided to go to Antioch LA. I am an adult BA student (26 yrs old) and after a few years of the corporate world decided to complete the remainder of my undergrad degree but wasn't keen on taking classes with 18/19 year olds. Antioch is open-minded, welcoming to all genders, races, ages, sexual orientations, etc. The classes are small enough and discussion oriented that students get great face time with the professors. Since Antioch doesn't use grades (unless you request them if you plan on going to a grad program outside of Antioch) plan on writing a lot of essays. Lastly, I'm very pleased with my choice to attend Antioch!
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