I am a online student that studies that has taken the pathways program. The cost per credit is cheap(Under $100 per credit) that I do not need financial aid. The online courses are must easier than my high school class(1991 grad). Now hearing this, this... Read More college is for students who know what they want and are willing to work with the advisors. The students must plan for their classes themselves and are responsible for their work. If you can not plan and do the work then do not apply. The tech classes online are very easy since most of them are computer based training videos and online questions. Several of the classes I completed after a few weeks so I can focus on other classes. The only issue I have is working fellow students who ignore their team work or does not speaking English enough to understand the classes. The online professors are expecting you ask for their help if needed. Do not assume the professor to give you all the answers. Otherwise than that, I am overall happy with the classes.
We were ranked number one in the nations for research in the Marriage and Family Studies field, and it’s easy to see why. I feel I have an edge over the competition with the curriculum I’m given and the instructors I learn from. All are leaders in their... Read More field and are concerned about me personally, and ready to discuss and answer questions liberally. I would recommend this University to anyone.
I'm very pleased with the learning environment BYU-I provides to the on-campus and online students. The professors are experts in the field, caring, understanding of students situations, and more than willing to work with the students. The tutoring center... Read More has an amazing staff in all subjects to help students succeed. BYU-I programs are very affordable and have an abroad range of educational activities.