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    johndoeejohndoee Member Posts: 152 ■■■□□□□□□□
    I have never in my life heard of the name.

    But, it seems like a competitive institution. The acceptance rate isn't that high. So, for universities that don't have a high acceptance rate, that means that they are more competitive with entry. Although, they state the the GPA should be 2.5. Which isn't really a competitive GPA.

    The university mentions being able to complete it in 18 months. A typical graduate degree is 24 months.

    It's 11 courses in the degree. I think for a cheaper cost and a quicker graduation, with name recognition WGU or Georgia Institute of Technology would be my first two picks.

    Just curious, how did you stumble across the university?

    Now, go and be great!
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