I'm sorry but you also need to shut up. I attended Full Sail and I have absolutely nothing good to say about it. In fact I posted a little about my own problems a little bit farther down in this forum.<quoted text>
... Full Sail is expensive for the 2 year BA programs but it is average compared to traditional 4 year BA programs. People like you think that you know everything so how about you just shut the fuck up.
Anyway, if you are saying that Full Sail isn't too expensive then either you already have lots of money or you already have a job making lots of money. With the way the economy is right now, paying $50,000 for a degree from a school that obviously has no clue what they're doing is paying $50,000 too much. I just wish I had seen posts like these before I signed on the dotted line.
I actually failed a class twice solely because the piece of crap macbook that they gave me bit the dust before I started this class. I thought it was no big deal and I could do my homework on my Windows laptop which I enjoyed so much better anyway. Nope, the teacher had set up the lessons for Mac software and even though there were Windows programs that I could get that would basically do the same thing as the Mac software I didn't know how to use them. I told my teacher that my Mac laptop had died and that I needed to know how to do the assignments with some similar software on my Windows laptop. I was told them he didn't know how to do the equivalent stuff on Windows and I was on my own. So none the less I failed that class twice before finally deciding that it was best if I didn't attend Full Sail anymore.
Full Sail and its teachers don't have a clue what they're doing.