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Everest University - North Orlando

Survey Results (3)
Quality of Education
5.4 (C+)
Quality of Evaluations/Grading
4.6 (C)
Credit for "Life Experience"
2.6 (D)
Quality of Materials
5.6 (C+)
Distance Learning fit your needs
4.9 (C)
Overall Experience
10.0 (A+)
Faculty Commitment
4.6 (C)
Faculty Educational Diversity
7.9 (B+)
Student-Faculty Ratio/Faculty Overload
7.7 (B+)
Responsiveness and Timeliness
6.2 (B-)
Interactivity with other students
4.4 (C)
Student Service and Support
8.5 (A-)
Responsive to Student Feedback?
10.0 (A+)

The program is not a 100% online yet, I mean, you can manage to get your things done online, such as registration and book’s purchases, but they are always sending you emails with due dates for registrations and other events, asking you to go in a specific dates to the on ground school to have your papers done.  But when you contact your online coordinator, so far, the problem has been solved, at least in my own experience. 
 
Sorry, but what is kimerikas?

Jane. 

 
Sorry, but what is kimerikas?

Jane. 

 
Cierra,Some simple reesarch on their website answers your question.  UNH is an undergraduate/graduate school.  A graduate school offers expert education above and beyond the undergraduate degree.  Graduate degrees include PhDs, JDs, MDs, DMDs, etc ..A professional school offers education below an undergraduate degree, but is specialized.  Like some nursing certifications, some assistant positions paralegal, vet assistant, etc.  A professional school is usually targeted curriculum in one topic area.  A graduate degree is sought after you have a broad Bachelors degree within an area (BA in Math, Science, etc)Most importantly, to pursue a graduate degree you must have an undergraduate degree first.  To pursue a certificate from a professional school you typically need a HS diploma or GED.Hope that helps, the UNH website should have all the rest the info you need.Please vote for best answer if you think this information deserves the extra points.Thanks
 
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