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She was told in the beginning that she would have an out of pocket expense of 400 to 500 dollars every 3 to 4 months. Then it was raised to 2000 dollars over the same period because they said that some of her credits didn't transfer from her previous school. Which was USC in California, by the way. So once the credits didn't transfer she couldn't get as much financial aid and then more money was needed. They then told her she couldn't attend anymore classes until that amount was paid. After this happened. I looked into this place and found that these degrees are basically useless.