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From the Breyer thread at degreeinfo:

Capella Rocks
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In conclusion, I submit that your degree better look good on the wall; because your degree is fradulent. I don't know what you paid in tuition to Breyer, but if you wanted a "nice looking" degree, you could have save a few thousand dollars and went to the local printer...

Shawn
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Who is this pisant knob who thinks that his Capella doctorate is something more than PhD.-Lite? I think it's running neck and neck with Union for the title of least desirable accredited doctorate. Why do the guys with the crap accredited degrees always attack the guys with the good unaccredited degrees? Perhaps they wish to differentiate an otherwise similar product.
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Ben Johnson Wrote:From the Breyer thread at degreeinfo:

Capella Rocks
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In conclusion, I submit that your degree better look good on the wall; because your degree is fradulent. I don't know what you paid in tuition to Breyer, but if you wanted a "nice looking" degree, you could have save a few thousand dollars and went to the local printer...

Shawn
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Who is this pisant knob who thinks that his Capella doctorate is something more than PhD.-Lite?  I think it's running neck and neck with Union for the title of least desirable accredited doctorate.  Why do the guys with the crap accredited degrees always attack the guys with the good unaccredited degrees?  Perhaps they wish to differentiate an otherwise similar product.

That's because we have all of these self-important self-appointed distance degree experts. Appearently this moron has never seen the Capella sucks web site. http://www.capellauniversitysucks.us/
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More of the same:

http://forums.degreeinfo.com/showthread....868&page=6


Leading the charge is an emarassment to Union, the worst accredited school in the US. Following up is a doctoral student from Capella which is firmly on the 5th tier with Union.

It appears that the problem with an accredited 5th tier doctorate is that have to spend so much time defending it. Even though it is in all liklihood similar to that of Breyer State, it obviously becomes paramount to make the distinction.
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I don't think anyone is going to say that Breyer State University is the best of the best of the best, but it doesn't have to be.  If a school like Capella is useful to some people, fine, so be it, but it is not quality education or recognized as one of the better colleges in America.  In fact Capella is one of the worst colleges in America, and yet Capella Rocks lists it on the resume as if it was Harvard, ok, I can live with his vanity-ego-mistakes. But you see he is not willing to allow other people to make less than excellent choices as to schools. If Capella, as bad as it is, is suitable for the RA or No Way crowd, then Breyer State may well meet the needs of others, perhaps even many.

Now for our good friend and former shill for MIGS / Greenwich / VIU, Rich Douglas.  What can I say that he doesn't prove every single time he opens his mouth?  OK, here we go again.  This is who Rich Douglas is.

"I was paid by Greenwich to guide one student through an MBA during its formative years.  But my work defining the competencies for the MBA program, along with editing the faculty and student manuals, was pro bono."
--Rich Douglas--AED--Aug. 21, 2000

"Actually I earned two bachelor's degrees in 21 months. Plus two associate's degrees along the way."
Thanks for asking."
Rich Douglas

--Rich Douglas--AED--jULY 24, 2003

So Greenwich University was good enough for Bear and Douglas to be part of and making money from. Despite the fact that it was unaccredited, in Hawaii, moved around, had no state oversight of any kind, operated from a small office space, and sought accreditation from a unrecognized accreditor, they say it was good and of value.  Sounds just like all the schools they raise hell about.

Richie got 4 degrees in 21 months, one in eight weeks. And we are supposed to call him Doctor Douglas, I think not. He is what he has done, light weight, not an academic.  He really doesn't have the knowledge or skills of your typical college graduate, why? because he doesn't have one degree that required him to LEARN anything.  All were either tested out in weeks or the 17 year doctorate from the accredited degree mill, Union.

So if it's RA that's all that matters.  Look at the failure and lies in Rich's life and tell me that anyone believes this clown can afford $150 bottles of wine or makes 350K per year.  He is just an uneducated buffoon whistling in the dark because he really knows what he is, a failure-a loser-a whining little twirp trying to yell loud enough that a few people at DI/DD will think him someone.

Schools like Capella and Union have some useage and value, but far less than the shills want people to know.  They shill for the places they have worked at and have been students at, nothing more. They can see the negatives of Breyer State, and there are some, but they cannot admit they are academic flops who used the easiest, quickest schools that would let them in.  They do it fast-cheap-easy and yet still want to call their fourth tier schools special.  Well, I guess they may be special. If, that is, you are not to picky what you step in or if you don't give a damn what real academics think. Now just try telling the president of Princeton that that quicky degree from Excelsior is just the same as one from Princeton or Stanford. He won't buy it and neither do I.
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Randall Flagg Wrote:"Actually I earned two bachelor's degrees in 21 months. Plus two associate's degrees along the way."
Thanks for asking."
Rich Douglas

--Rich Douglas--AED--jULY 24, 2003

Richie got 4 degrees in 21 months, one in eight weeks. And we are supposed to call him Doctor Douglas, I think not.

I wonder whether he didn't double dip at least one of those degrees. Is it possible that the non-Regents associates degree didn't make 100% use of credits used at Regents? Would that be honest?
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Ben Johnson Wrote:I wonder whether he didn't double dip at least one of those degrees.  Is it possible that the non-Regents associates degree didn't make 100% use of credits used at Regents?  Would that be honest?

There are many things I remember about RCD - like him calling me a LIAR when I spread the word that I'd received a copy of his dissertation from the Union Library, a LIAR when I mentioned that I had over 35 years experience is Distance Learning (now over 40-years and I'm still an adjunct tutor for TOPNZ), a SHILL, an ACADEMIC FRAUD, and so on. I also well remember JB referring to me as an UNEDUCATED BUFFOON - this was shortly after he had made these comments on my Brown Teal Management Manual " Every once in a while, I really enjoy the act of delving deeply (if briefly) into a totally new (for me) area. Sometimes this simply involves picking up a book someone has left on a library table. Or being dragged along by my wife to a lecture or workshop given by someone I'd never heard of on a topic I barely knew existed. And sometimes a Brown Teal work appears magically on the computer What an immense piece of work this is. And the book is so well designed.” If I am any of these one wonders what RCD, JB, Insainz, Puffman, et al, really are?
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Ben Johnson Wrote:From the Breyer thread at degreeinfo:

Capella Rocks
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In conclusion, I submit that your degree better look good on the wall; because your degree is fradulent. I don't know what you paid in tuition to Breyer, but if you wanted a "nice looking" degree, you could have save a few thousand dollars and went to the local printer...

Shawn
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Who is this pisant knob who thinks that his Capella doctorate is something more than PhD.-Lite?  I think it's running neck and neck with Union for the title of least desirable accredited doctorate.  Why do the guys with the crap accredited degrees always attack the guys with the good unaccredited degrees?  Perhaps they wish to differentiate an otherwise similar product.

Looks like this shill, Shawn Ambrose or Capella Rocks, is also featured at

http://www.capellauniversity.org/ambrose.html

What a loser. Rolleyes
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Isn't Breyer State a diploma mill?
I read on other web sites that this is not a recognized school and its degrees are illegal in many countries and states in US.

Capella degrees are legal to use in any country and state but you pay a lot for it.
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Student Wrote:Isn't Breyer State a diploma mill?
I read on other web sites that this is not a recognized school and its degrees are illegal in many countries and states in US.

Capella degrees are legal to use in any country and state but you pay a lot for it.

The other websites consist of self-centered drivel from an assortment of people with lowest common denominator accredited degrees.

Breyer State is a state licensed school, apparently offering actual academic programs. It is not accredited. Note that there are thousands of licensed unaccredited schools of various sorts, few of them that would be considered degreemills. Personally, I wouldn't take a Breyer State program.

There are laws prohibiting their use in some states but enforcement has often been less than successful. Something about the American constitution.

A Capella degree is legal to use but you might get laughed out of pretty much any tier 1 or 2 university. With a doctorate you might get an underpaid teaching job at a community college alongside those with a masters degrees.
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Ben Johnson Wrote:
Student Wrote:Isn't Breyer State a diploma mill?
I read on other web sites that this is not a recognized school and its degrees are illegal in many countries and states in US.

Capella degrees are legal to use in any country and state but you pay a lot for it.

The other websites consist of self-centered drivel from an assortment of people with lowest common denominator accredited degrees.

Breyer State is a state licensed school, apparently offering actual academic programs.  It is not accredited.  Note that there are thousands of licensed unaccredited schools of various sorts, few of them that would be considered degreemills.  Personally, I wouldn't take a Breyer State program.

There are laws prohibiting their use in some states but enforcement has often been less than successful.  Something about the American constitution.

A Capella degree is legal to use but you might get laughed out of pretty much any tier 1 or 2 university.  With a doctorate you might get an underpaid teaching job at a community college alongside those with a masters degrees.

What about BS or MS degree ?
What is the utility if I wanted to work as a teacher or civil service jobs?
As a teacher I need accredited BA/BS and earned teaching credential.
For civil service or many other government jobs an accredited degree is required. Why should one get a black listed school in some states degree? There are accredited low priced alternatives there. Please explain where is the value?
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