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Thank you! How competitive is the admissions process for starters? And can a person conceivably work while attending? What do you love about the school? What is the program like in terms of format? Thanks again!
Well...I can't honestly give you admission statistics, but I'll bet the admissions office could, so you might want to give them a call about that.
I have worked full time until this most recent term. Now I work part time & am starting my last term of classes full time (when I was working full time, I did school part time, which means 2 classes per term. Full time is 3 classes per term). After this last term, I start clinicals for (hopefully) about 6 months. So...yes. You can work while doing this, but working full time as you move into the higher level courses is questionable.
What do I love about it? Hmmm....I love the connections you make at Frontier Bound. It really makes you feel like you're part of a class, not just going to school on a computer. The faculty is very supportive. I believe the quality of education I'm getting at Frontier is better than I'd be getting somewhere else. I just love the school and plan to someday receive my Doctorate from Frontier. No need for me to look anywhere else.
Some classes have scheduled chats/lectures, others have powerpoints or chats/lectures that are recorded and can be attended when it works for you.
Hope this helps a little