MIAMI (CN) – A graduate claims the Miami International University of Art & Design failed to offer “qualified and competent instructors” as it promised in its Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design program.
Hernan Helfer claims that “years after completing the program,” he realized that he had not been “taught by qualified and competent instructors,” and “that the course work outlined in the Student Handbook was untrue and the faculty assigned to teach the courses were unqualified and not competent to teach in the graphic design field.”
He claims that “none of the instructors and/or professors assigned to the graphic design program were specialized nor qualified in graphic design as promised in the program handbook.”
Helfer seeks reimbursement for tuition, books and costs, sufficient to “allow him to graduate from an equivalent program at another school that provides a similar degree.”
He is represented in Miami-Dade County Court by Jesus Cervantes.