This is the risk with any of the latin american private schools options including Azteca. The school collapses and then just prints diplomas before it is shut down. My guess is that even the case in the US. University of Atlanta once was DETC accredited and turned into a diploma selling operation. I am sure that Doctoral graduates from this school are not happy to know that they hold a doctorate from a defunct school with bad rep. San Juan became popular because it was offering English speaking programs but the reality is that the Latin American Market is full of similar schools that come and go. I guess that if I am able to land a full time tenure track position with my San Juan degree at a CC or small University, then it wont matter what happens later but it can be a problem if the person needs to employable over the years. Again, one might argue that a school like UCN is a better bet but you also have the baggage of the Nicaragua brand that it is not exactly known for a strong education system with no ranked schools in the country. All of these options are marginal and you are getting what you pay for, a very fragile degree that it might work for you but it might not.