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Arizona State University Reviews of Bachelor's in Education

7 Reviews

Locations:   Tempe (AZ)  (and 4 others)

Annual Tuition: $29,438

80% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
86% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Education

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Education

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Kathryn Castillo

Reviewed: 6/12/2018

Degree: Education

I could not give Arizona State University's online program enough praise. I feel that I was able to connect with my classmates and teachers throughout all of my courses. I was challenged throughout my time a ASU and always felt supported by the school itself. The online program was easy to keep up with and I found it very easy to go at my own pace. Although there are due dates each week, I was able to work ahead when I wanted to. This was incredibly beneficial for me as I also work full time. I am... Read More


Reviewed: 6/12/2018

Degree: Education

I used them online and after a semester through their social media outlets such as Facebook groups, I and my spouse were being harrassed by other students. I felt the school itself was acceptable in education but had too much social media conflict. If you go there just do yourself a favor and do not communicate with any other students for any reason.

Cyna Stehr

Reviewed: 3/13/2018

Degree: Education

As a full time employee, student, and family member, the online Educational Studies program allowed the flexibility I needed to return to college after a twenty year absence. The content and thinking processes associated with the degree increased my knowledge about 21st century thinking and life skills necessary to succeed in today's world. The degree opens opportunities outside the classroom that are rewarding and fulfilling. Professors were respectful, helpful, and communicated at a professional... Read More

Maroon and Gold

Reviewed: 7/10/2017

Degree: Education

The iTeach program that I was in at ASU was great. It was very thorough and went through many different teaching methods and contents. The best part of the program was the full year of student teaching. Without that, I would not have been as prepared to teach as I was. The way that the program is set up is why I have an issue. We were in a cohort that met for our classes at an elementary school. My classes were in a kindergarten room with too small chairs. The chairs aside, the reason I was disappointed... Read More


Reviewed: 6/26/2017

Degree: Education

ASU has a terrible reputation. However, it truly does not deserve it, at least not anymore. I went to ASU originally because they offered me the best financial aid package. I do not regret it one bit. From the start ASU works to engage students on every aspect campus life. They put a lot of effort into making students feel like the campus is a lot smaller than it is by encouraging students to join clubs and get involved. This effort was the first stand out aspect and one that continued with me as... Read More

Deana Galaviz

Reviewed: 4/25/2017

Degree: Education

Arizona State University is a great community to learn and thrive in regards to networking. The community is so large that no matter what your interest is, there is bound to be a professor, staff member or faculty member to point you in the right direction. There is a tremendous amount of support here, particularly in terms of student leadership. Student leadership is such an attractive idea when you are surrounded by a university community full of pride and spirit. I am surrounded by a community... Read More

Michael Garcia

Reviewed: 10/13/2016

Degree: Education

For a large campus, Arizona State University personalizes your education through individual advisors and professors who truly care about your success as a student. On numerous occasions in both my undergraduate and graduate work, I have been personally supported by professionals on campus.


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