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What's your opinion on online degrees, specifically in the kitchen and bath design field?
I'm looking into the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. What are their ratings. Should I take the online courses for possible future employment or pay raise, or is it a waste of money. Will my current 5 year experience along with my bachelor of art in fine arts be enough

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Asked by brittwiu83 Friday May 21st 2010 in Online Degrees
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Wow, that is a whole lot of question, but a really great one to ask. Most individuals are not willing to do the research before jumping into an educational program. So, let me breakdown your question, and address each portion.

1. What are their ratings? - While our site has not received a rating for the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, I was able to do a quick search and found a number of excellent reviews. The reviews were mixed, but the majority of them were positive. What I would suggest you do is conduct this search as well. Simply go to any search engine, and search Art Institute of Pittsburgh reviews. This will lead you to a laundry list of reviews that will help you to develop a well-round understanding of the over-all opinion of the school.

2. As for your question about whether you should join the program for possible future employment or pay raise, well that is all going to depend on your current job/employment situation. You are going to have to look at your current state, and determine if this is the best fit for you. What I would suggest is to contact Art Institute of Pittsburgh, and discuss with an admissions counselor to determine if this is the Associate of Science in Kitchen & Bath Design best option for you.

3. In regards to your past experience and education and its part in your future success, that will have to be determined by what it is and what your future plans are.

Let me wrap up my answer by saying this. If you are find it difficult to make a decision on whether or not to attend the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, then you should contact them. They will be more than happy to guide you in making your decision, and are probably the best equipped to do so. Here is a link to their contact information: Contact the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.

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