Baker College Informative - Online Classes are not Flexible
ONLINE, MICHIGAN -- I graduated form ground campus, with AA degree on general business on 2009 when I register with them they told me they are going to help me to find a job, but at that time I did not need it because I was working, but when I lost my job and I need it them to help me they where not there for me, they just direct you to their websites, where suppose different companies they are hiring, but I don't see to get hired, so I decided to get back to college to get my BA degree but this time I am taking online classes, again according to their advertisement, it say that the online classes are flexible, which when I got in I thought it was okay, until I got some instructors who don't give you credit for the work because is five minutes late, so I don't call that flexible. If a class is six week, or 12 weeks, the student should be able to tuned their work at any time before the weeks are over, like Phoenix University do it, because most online students are adult working student, yes you do the time management, but there are days that thinks don't work they way you planed, for example you have sick children, or you are six, and if you attend it halfway in class and you get sick, you have no choice but to drop out and don't get any money back, but if the student turned the work before the weeks are over, it gives the student more time to do their home work, for example, most of us we have two days off work in those two day most students spend it to catch up with the home work and assignment.
There been many classes I have to drop out because of the "Flexibility"! I have five more classes to graduate with BA degree, and I don't expect them to find me a job, especially now I lived in Florida, because they already told me that they don't work with companies out of Michigan where their home state is.