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Arizona State University Reviews of Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering

9 Reviews

Locations:   Tempe (AZ)  (and 4 others)

Annual Tuition: $29,438

67% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
33% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering

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Reviewed: 3/10/2021

Degree: Electrical Engineering

This school is great at one thing and that’s getting you started with your degree. Other than that this school does not accept a lot of transferable classes. They are very disorganized with the curriculum and they spend no time educating you in your classes. I do not recommend this school especially for military.

Fred Fogger

Reviewed: 4/18/2019

Degree: Electrical Engineering

ASU requires all this transcripts along with requiring an outrageous amount of money for application fee for online students plus will not even look at your transcripts until you pay the application fee. Evidently ASU cares more about money than offering a good quality education to students who want to further their career.

Chad Brown

Reviewed: 2/24/2019

Degree: Electrical Engineering

Currently pursuing my Electrical Engineering Degree 100% online, my biggest complaint is the lack up support from ASU when looking for help on difficult subjects. They have online tutoring but when you get to more advanced classes they will have at best one person who is competent enough to instill confidence that they know what they are doing and that one person is usually only available Tuesday at (9:00am-10:00am). If you are a student straight out of high school this program can work for you but... Read More


Reviewed: 2/15/2019

Degree: Electrical Engineering

The course material is worse than the few material on Youtube. The professors ignore emails, even on exam days. The testing system is completely broken, so you might as well not even study the material, because the score you receive will have nothing to do with your mastery of the material.

Emmanuel Gonzalez

Reviewed: 3/30/2017

Degree: Electrical Engineering

The time that I have spent here at Arizona State University has been more than great. The faculty and students that I have had the opportunity to meet and collaborate with all had the same goal of improving our education in the area of Electrical Engineering. I have had some great professors who were always available( either in person or via email) to discuss coursework as well as out of class questions. The campus itself is sized fairly well with a great atmosphere and great future plans for improvement.... Read More


Reviewed: 10/18/2016

Degree: Electrical Engineering

The school offers an extensive online list of course. The issue is how ASU is now turning their online courses into nothing more than a revenue stream. The school just added an addition 100.00 charge for each online course. The videos are of old professors and they just re-process each course while charging you more. For the limited amount of interaction, the instructors still have very limited access to them. They recommend a forum of different sorts to ask the TAs. One of my Engineering courses... Read More

Breana Branham

Reviewed: 9/5/2016

Degree: Electrical Engineering

When choosing a university in the United States, there are many factors to consider: quality of education, availability of courses, variety of opportunities for jobs and research at the university and at nearby businesses, available social groups, clubs, and sports, facilities, cost and financial aid opportunities, and after-university prospects. Arizona State University offers an excellent value for all of these considerations. Due to the large size of the university, they are able to offer a large... Read More

ASU Electrical Engineering Program ONLINE

Reviewed: 8/31/2016

Degree: Electrical Engineering

Every single course I have taken online at ASU is 7.5 weeks. That's half the time of a normal semester. Taking two classes is a full load. Once you get into your 3 physics courses, 3 calculus courses, and off to the EE program, you'll find that every class flies through the information and leaves you with the bill. These are incredibly hard courses, that you'll spend most of your time teaching yourself, and spending long hours at your computer. By the time you reach you upper classes you have flown... Read More

ASU Online School

Reviewed: 7/17/2016

Degree: Electrical Engineering

Very expansive comparing to the quality of program. Math and Physics lectures are awful many times. Testing and home work process is painful. If you are comfortable with self learning or have enough time to kill over homework problems, this is a good place for you. Some test are multiple choice but many require final answer to be plugged. Good luck with earning credits for such a heavy work load. Try attending to old fashion class room and paper system, if accommodation is possible for you. It is... Read More


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