In response to the needs of our non-traditional students, a number of the required 10 courses in the fast-track 30-credit program are offered online, though students will not be able to complete the entire program without attending courses in person. Courses are generally offered both days and evenings, and Saturday courses are planned in the near future. Vaughn College's affordable tuition (one of the lowest private college tuition rates in the Nation), combined with generous financial aid packages and academic scholarships for students achieving a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher make this program an attractive, as well as affordable option for students seeking a career change.
That's where I have to make the decision. I have my 4 year degree but I am 27 years old. The school we have out here in CA is $26 a unit. $15,000 for a 1 year course for a job I may not get seems a bit much to me.it cost me approx 15000 for the fast track CTI program at Vaughn...its 10 cousres as long as u already have a degree. and when u r done you come out with another degree BS..
I had the same dilemma, but its a risk i was willing to make..thank God it paid off. this a descision you have to make on ur ownThat's where I have to make the decision. I have my 4 year degree but I am 27 years old. The school we have out here in CA is $26 a unit. $15,000 for a 1 year course for a job I may not get seems a bit much to me.
I'm having quite the dilemma.
Now I guess the question is, if I do end up spending 15k for Vaughn and don't become a controller, what can I do with the CTI education? I already have a Pilot's certificate.
Also, are there any good government programs that will help financially for a schol like Vaughn?