California Southern University was my only look into getting my MBA. It was the most appealing to me because they offered online courses that I was hoping I would be able to maneuver around my work schedule.
I paid the course fee and met with an academic counselor that had given me all the information that I would need. She was willing to work with me at the time, but after I enrolled, she was not helpful at all.
As soon as my courses began I had trouble. I could not get a response from any of my professors or fellow students. I was falling behind and quickly.
I was advised to get a mentor. They provided me with a free one. The downfall was that this person barely spoke English.
I struggled through the course based solely on lack of communication.
It was an advanced learning course so it was shortened to half the time of a regular semester. I extended the length of the course that I was taking in hopes of grasping the concepts and reaching someone on campus.
I still have yet to receive any help.
There is no chance of me getting my money back.