not for serious artists.
i taught this school more than they taught me, and once i saw the education was third rate, i decided to cut my losses and withdraw from the program with only one term left to complete. unfortunately, because i'm a highly successful artist in my field, they have the audacity to claim i am one of their graduates as a selling point to prospective students, even though i've never received a diploma.
you will learn more from a highschool level vo-tec program than you will from this school!!!(i did) If you are serious about being a professional artist/graphic designer/photographer with a successful career, then you would be MUCH better served by buckling down and going to either PTI, AIP or a full diploma program at carnegie mellon.
to be more specific, their program is extremely outdated and is only cutting edge if you could time travel back to 1998.Of further note, they are a private-for-profit institution that does NOT have regional, national or federal accreditation. Accreditation is a process in which certification of competency, authority, or credibility is presented...they have none of the above.