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Old 7 July 2011, 19:35
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Originally Posted by GirlwithaGlock View Post
I am looking into pursuing another Master's Degree. Based on the selected major and cost considerations, my two top school choices are Henley-Putnam and AMU. Does anyone know why with Henley-Putnam you have to get prescreened before they give you any information on the courses and there is no such requirement at AMU? I am leaning towards AMU so far, but would not want to miss out on the curriculum quality. Thank you in advance for the feedback!
I cannot overstate the importance of attending a regionally accredited university or college.

AMU is fine and I would attend in a heartbeat if I was not enrolled in a different school already.

What do you want to major in for a grad. degree?
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