A graduate program must offer not only content but also in-depth training and knowledge for your time and financial investment to pay off.
To find out if you will be investing in something that will only offer you information/content, just ask the following 4 questions:
1) Who are the professors?
If you liked the quality of the professors, then proceed with the following questions:
2) Will these professors know me by name?
3) Will I have the opportunity to meet with these professors live to ask questions regularly throughout the program?
4) How is the teaching-learning process (teaching methods and procedures and monitoring among students, professors, and the institution)?
In addition to being satisfied with the quality of the professors, these professors must get to know you and be able to give you individual assistance in a structured and planned teaching-learning process. Otherwise, you will be joining a mass course focused on selling content in scale. The people listed as professors in courses like that act only as content producers. They do not provide feedback and constant monitoring to students. This is not higher education, but only information.
Know in what you are investing. Content and information alone are widely disseminated and available in the information age. The best content producers in the world offer access to their content at a very low cost or even free. You can access great content at low or no cost on platforms like Khan Academy, Coursera, EdX, Masterclass, and so many others.
That is, you do not need to invest in higher education at any level just to have access to excellent information or content!
At Ambra University, you will be investing in excellent training with constant contact with professors, and not just content.