We love questions, almost as much as we love providing answers. Here are a few samplings of what we’re typically asked, along with our responses.
What is the price of the course? Do you offer payment plans?
The price of the course is $750. Most students choose to pursue a 3-part payment plan with a deposit of $250 and then 2 additional installments of $250. We are more than happy to set up a customized plan for you based on your individual needs.
Do Circuits students get a discount towards other courses at GA?
Yes! We want to help make lifelong learning as easy and accessible for you as possible. Circuits alumni can choose from one of three great perks:
- Get 10% off an additional Circuits course OR
- Receive $200 towards a single Part-Time, On-Campus course OR
- Apply 75% of your completed Circuit tuition towards the cost of a Full-Time, On-Campus Immersive course.
I work full-time, can I still take this course?
Yes! This course was built with flexibility in mind allowing you to complete the content and meet with mentors on your schedule. Going through the course materials and the weekly projects can be done anytime during the week and takes about 6-8 hours. More than 85% of our students are employed full-time.
Are there specific class times?
Most of the course content is taught asynchronously through videos, quizzes, slideshows and projects, but there are also weekly one-on-one meetings with your mentor (you’ll be able to choose the time that works best for you).
Who are the mentors? How does mentorship work?
The mentors are all working professionals who are experts in their fields. Each class has the opportunity to work with a number of different mentors. Your mentors will:
- Help you set goals for the course, and then make sure you’re on-track to meet them.
- Meet with you in one-on-one meetings, to go over your work and overall progress.
- Answer any questions you might have as you get through the course content.
Does this course have any restrictions?
Yes, this program is not open to enrollments for individuals who plan to take the course from the following US states: Alabama, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Utah, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.