American InterContinental University

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American InterContinental University

BACKGROUND
American InterContinental University (AIU) offers both campus and online learning. Their accredited degree programs range from Associates to Masters and concentrate on career development and advancement. Courses are heavily focused on industry-current standards, and are delivered by professionals who are experts in their field.

AIU’s website enables high school students and adult learners to explore the entrance requirements and course options available at AIU. Adult learners can take prior learning assessment tests to determine which life-skills can be applied toward degree credits. American InterContinental University’s mission is to foster educational and career success for a culturally diverse population, and it does so by providing distance learning, blended learning and flexible campus programs.

PRO
- Accredited Institution
- Life experience applied to credit hours
- Transfer in credit hours earned
- Career learning
- Opportunity to learn career tools at management level
- International students accepted
- Study abroad programs available

CON
- A maximum of 75% of transfer credits allowed

EXPENSE
The cost of tuition and books varies according to program, and whether one chooses campus or distance learning.

DEGREE PROGRAMS
- Associates
- Bachelors
- Masters

Some of the more popular degrees students pursue at AIU include
- Associate of Arts in Business Administration
- Bachelor of Information Technology
- Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communication
- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
- Bachelor of Business Administration
- Master of Education
- Master of Business Administration
- Master of Information Technology

SCHOOLS
AIU schools are located online and at the following campus locations:

- AIU Houston
- AIU London
- AIU Los Angeles
- AIU Atlanta-  Buckhead and Dunwoody
- AIU Dubai

STUDENT LIFE
AIU Campus learning provides a full array of student activities and organizations, including tutoring, computer networking, and social groups. Online participants will be able to access educators and student population through a generous offering of forums and posting boards.

CONCLUSION
AUI is a highly respected full-service university who caters to their students through campus, online or blended learning options. They hold their students to high standards and, in return, deliver quality education and career placement services.  Students who complete their degree programs at AIU are considered highly qualified for any position they may apply for.

Common Misspellings
AIU, American International University, American Intercontinent University



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Jo

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AIU online, Is a good school the advisors help you out and everything's goes by smoothly esp. when its your first time. I am a new student and applied to other online colleges too. There accredited and also is about $290. per credit hour. Other online schools are $300. or more & with this economy and how lifes so hard, we all need something that we can afford atleast a little. I recommend AIU! the virtual campus is really convienient & easy to navigate Btw. posted Jan 17th, 2011 6:47 am


erick

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hey posted Jul 27th, 2009 8:34 pm


Michelle

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i have read alot of things about aiu and i find the things i have read very interesting. posted Jul 13th, 2009 11:12 am


Michelle

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posted Jul 13th, 2009 11:07 am


ricky

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Just applied and the process was easy enough. My cousin did the online program a few years ago and said it was really strong and helped him get a promotion since he now has a degree. posted Jun 21st, 2009 8:07 am


BillydaKid

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Which is better AIU or University of Phoenix for an online degree? have anyone done any research between these two schools? posted Jul 17th, 2008 8:14 am


kim

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I like the online program, considering I work full-time and have to support my family. Its an option that I need. posted Jul 1st, 2008 7:57 am


tomsever

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I see AIU everywhere I like how it has a brick and mortar location and the online program. I feel like online universities alone just dont cut it. I like having a physical location to go to if need be. posted May 4th, 2008 6:39 am



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