be inconsistent with course material. Most of the professors are good to excellent, but you will find a poor one every once in a while. 47 According to Roger Ames and Henry Rosemont, "Confucian normativity is defined by living one's family roles to maximum effect." Morality is determined through a person's fulfillment of a role, such as that of a parent or a child. To me that says a lot about the integrity of the institution and the validity of this degree. She will never answer her phone however, so I must always wait for a call back-which can be difficult during the day as I work full time.
I was looking for an online environment that was challenging but still allowed me to be flexible. These philosophers often view aesthetics, etiquette, and arbitration as more fundamental, percolating "bottom up" to imply the existence of, rather than explicitly prescribe, theories of value or of conduct. Ashford isn't for everyone. I did have to pay for books out of pocket, but that too is true with most colleges or university. I attended a community college that was one of the best in California and I'm receiving the same level of knowledge and writing in a class as I did at the community college. As with anything that is worth while the education you get from Ashford is what you are willing to put into. If you are going to pay 1100 plus per class, and want a more quality educational experience, then I would research a higher ranked, NON profit university to spend your hard earned money. All over San Diego California, New Mexico, and Iowa(because those are the places I travel to for work).