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The Art Institute of California—San Diego, a campus of Argosy University is a nonprofit institution with a focus on education, student outcomes, and community involvement. Learn more about our programs in design, fashion, media arts, and culinary. View our social policy: bit.ly/AiRegulatory
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Neighborhoods
Mission Valley East, Eastern San Diego
Categories
Colleges & Universities, Art Instruction & Schools, Schools, Cooking Instruction & Schools, Interior Design Schools
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Classes Offered: Evening Classes, Online Courses, Photography

Specialties: Culinary Arts (AS), Advertising (BS), Visual & Game Programming (BS), Graphic & Web Design (BS), Baking & Pastry (AS)

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AICAStudent

10/24/2009

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WORSE SCHOOL EVER!!!!

I made a mistake enrolling at this institution. When I enrolled at this school, the admissions office forget to emphasize that this is a technical school. After I graduated , i decided to take my Master's degree, but I found out that most school do not accept AI's degree as a REAL DEGREE. I found out that due to its national accreditation, many school such as UCSD or SDSU, or even other private school that holds a regional accreditation, will not accept my degree. I also found out that some employer do not accept AI's Bachelor's degree as a real degree.

The type of education being offered is also delivered poorly. I felt like I was robbed with my money because the caliber of education I received and is sub-par compared to other REAL school.

This school with being very expensive, they also lack of facilities.

Overall, they are NOT REGIONALLY ACCREDITED and they are VERY EXPENSIVE.

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