Information Systems Security
Rating: 8.1 out of 10(21 reviews)
July 5, 2016
I just recently registered for classes at AMU. The process is confusing and if it could be a little more individually tailored by student type would be entirely better. To start the Financial Aid Office steps are catered more toward gaining loans than actually assisting you. With a name like American Military University you would think that the first question would be about military benefits ie. TA, GI Bill etc. instead I had to fill ...
Thanks for the support
June 28, 2015
Every Professor I reached out to was very supportive. I am my worst cretic because I try to make everything too perfect. My Professors gave me great advice "You are learning and you should allow us [Professors] to grade your work not you". Once I acknowledge to myself that "I am here to learn" then I felt a little better. I still attempt to hand in "perfect assignments". Thank you to all my Professors from ...
June 25, 2015
I graduate with a B.S in Information Systems Security with a core focus in Enterprise Security. I have attended Glendale Community College prior to joining the military with 36 college credits and have had 3 technical schools while Active Duty! I work in intelligence with a communications background, and can say this about (AMU). The school is decent and the instructors are very knowledgeable about what they teach in almost every subject. I am however ...
Challenging, but Worthwhile
December 5, 2014
The institution and it's staff were very supportive and very encouraging. I was able to complete my B.S. In Information Systems Security despite serving as an active-duty Marine infantryman and frequently deploying to combat zones as well as participating in long field training operations. The flexibility and willingness to help that were nearly universal among the faculty members were instrumental to my success. Additionally, the course of study prepared me thoroughly for the CISSP exam. ...
Graduate of this Year
December 5, 2014
I completed my BS in Information Security Systems this October and have already been hired on by a company to start at a mid career postion. The time spent obtaining this degree was well spent at AMU. I started as active duty and finished as a retiree. Never had issues except with external support of virtual labs. Great school and facaulty. Wonderful for those wanting a self paced school with deadlines to keep you on ...
August 20, 2014
I graduated this year with a BS in Information Systems Security. Having taken classes at two brick & mortar colleges, AMU was similar in content and difficulty. I started with 30+ credit hours and finished my degree while attending part-time. There were 2 or 3 classes that had horrible instructors, but I also experienced that while attending the brick & mortar ones. Over all, AMU is a solid and respectable school in my opinion. The ...
What you make of it
July 30, 2014
I recently finished and managed to pack 20 classes (3 credits each) into approximately 14 months. Some classes are extremely in depth and took a lot of work, others were not especially challenging (having a heavy programming background). I checked my folder today and I have 131 written assignments that range from 1 page turn-ins to 27 page monsters, with 6 pages being the median. A typical class (in the accelerated 8-week format) consists of ...
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