Online Transportation Degrees


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School Surprises


"I Found It To Be Pragmatic And Practical Management Program...
I was surprised that the instructors were readily available and eager to help. I really didn't expect for them to be available to answer every single question that I had. Whenever I had a problem, regardless or the time of day/night, my instructors were readily available to assist me. Also, they NEVER made me feel stupid for asking questions that I felt that may be seen as ridiculous. I asked a Professor about a particular math concept that I was SERIOUSLY having trouble understanding and I went to that teacher and she answered my question fully. Completely providing me with a step by step method to answer the question. The same thing happened when I asked my teacher to assist me with a fellow peer, and the teacher quickly addressed the problem that I was having with that person. It was answered in a way that that particular student didn't even know that it was I that was having the problem with him/her." (Supervisor for Coach Operators; 2014)

Career: 12 years of experience, currently based in California, male
School: Studied Business Management-Administration at University Of Phoenix in California; completed Bachelor degree in 2012


"Ease Of The Program...
I was surprised on how easy the program was to use as well as having access to live instructors if needed" (Aviation Safety Inspector; 2013)

Career: 10 years of experience, currently based in Florida, male
School: Studied Aviation at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida; completed Bachelor degree in 2011

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Best School Tips


"Know What It Is That You Want To Do With The Rest Of Your Life...
Be sure to integrate yourself into your study group. Keep in contact with EVERYONE in your group to be sure that you are all on the same page. You are all there to help each other and it's important for you all to do your work separately, as well as, together. Be sure to think hard about what career path you want to choose. Don't enter into a program and then after a couple of years in that particular program, you decide that you chose the wrong program. If you have to go talk to a career counselor. They will ask you all the right questions to assist you down the RIGHT career path for YOU. Don't ever go into a career to satisfy anyone else. Remember, this is YOUR future and no one else's." (Supervisor for Coach Operators; 2014)


"Be Thorough...
Read everything that is given to you" (Aviation Safety Inspector; 2013)