Emergency Management and Disaster Planning
Rating: 8.0 out of 10(28 reviews)
Very poor program, not recommended
July 14, 2016
After 2+ years of classroom learning I left to work, and decided to complete my degree 14 years later. I chose AMU based on their initial impression, but was soon very disappointed and have decided to discontinue my studies after only one class. - The online portion is poorly organized with no central tracking area for assignments; this makes it difficult to make certain that you haven't missed anything - The time required for just ...
Finish in three weeks.
April 6, 2016
Overall, I can not complain. Having three kids, a full time job, and still a guardsman, AMU worked for me. The ability to log on and complete assignments at my own time and pace, does have its advantages. I learned a great deal of information, although at times I felt that some classes just did not fit and were there for fodder. My biggest complaints are Materials and Teachers. The online books can be confusing ...
Good, straightforward information
June 25, 2015
Completed my Masters in Emergency and Disaster Management in Apr 2015. Good classes, reasonable price, great flexibility with access and being able to work with the instructors to move coursework around your life. Like any school, you'll get out what you put in. Talk to the instructors at the start of the class, check all requirements and turn things in on time. If you have an issue, there are forms to extend the timeline to ...
My own experience
December 9, 2014
I took my first college class in 1990. I've been all around, been to several schools and feel compelled to share a bit about my experience at AMU. AMU has several advantages. It's fully accredited. No matter where you move, you don't have to change schools. I have observed that AMU has superb instructors. Why? Because they have the ability to solicit the best in the field no matter where that instructor is located. AMU ...
Positive Education Experience
December 6, 2014
I attended American Military University from 2008 through 2014, graduating with my Bachelors Degree in Emergency and Disaster Management. I was able to complete my program while serving on active duty in the military. I had taken courses both in a brick and mortar institution, as well as, online with another university. AMU utilizes the latest technology to provide the student the best opportunity to learn real world skills that can be applied to a ...
December 6, 2014
I just completed my Masters Degree while on active duty. You must be dedicated and allot the time needed to complete your lessons. This is not an 'easy' college - standards are high and the workload is intense. I do recommend this college to those willing to put in the effort!
I loved it!
July 25, 2014
AMU allowed me to work at my own pace and finish my Master's degree in less than two years. That includes taking a break for a semester, working two jobs during a portion, and conducting several military exercises. I could not have done it without the support of the professors. I only had difficulty in one class with a less than responsive instructor but was still able to maintain a great GPA! I have recommended ...
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