Nice place to get education
My school teacher recommended Athabasca to me as she was an alumnus. Along with Athabasca University, I also applied to some other universities. Upon getting selected in two of the universities, I applied to Athabasca University through the Common Application form.
I am getting to study a complex course curriculum. It also requires an understanding of crime as well as the institutions and professionals that operate within these systems. The curriculum offered by my university provides me with a variety of courses that address the operation of the adult and youth justice systems, the examination of criminal justice policies, procedures and programs, and the roles of criminal justice professionals.
I wanted to do my graduation in the criminal justice course as I wanted to understand the complex nature of the work that needs a detailed understanding of crime and the institutions that operate within these systems. My GPA of 3 was also considered while taking admission in the course. I also appeared for the TOEFL and the LSAT exam and scored 95 and 170. Also, I submitted my official and unofficial documents to the university.
The exam structure is designed to enable us to be a good lawyer. It is flexible yet innovative. Modern techniques are being inculcated by the professors in order to make the exam easy.
The professors come from various universities from the world. Many of them have already worked as a professional in the making of law and other various projects. With the help of their terminating degrees, I am able to gain a lot more information and knowledge from the teachers as well as from the course.
I paid $115 as the general application fee. And I also paid $1185 for 4 credits. My course charged for some of the miscellaneous charges such as Learning Resource, Students Union, Alumni Relations Fees, and Out of Country Fee. Their sum is up to $1000. There are various kinds of Scholarships and Awards via common application form provided by the university.
Monthly Expense : $200 - $500