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Arizona State University Reviews of Bachelor's in Engineering

7 Reviews

Locations:   Tempe (AZ)  (and 4 others)

Annual Tuition: $29,438

50% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
57% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Engineering

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Engineering

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Jonathan Duncan

Reviewed: 7/16/2017

Degree: Engineering

The Materials Engineering program at Arizona State is very rigorous. but is also a rewarding program. The program does a good job of focusing on mechanical and electrical properties of materials at are beneficial for not only the overall knowledge of the student but also for their employment opportunities. This directly benefits many companies in the local phoenix area, such as Intel, NXP, ON Semiconductor, as well as many other companies from a multitude of industries that need Materials Engineers... Read More

Skyler Moore

Reviewed: 12/24/2016

Degree: Engineering

I believe that my education has helped me to learn many of the skills I will need in my future career. I look forward to continuing toward my graduate education and my career beyond that. Many of the teachers were engaging and helpful if you go to their office hours and actively seek information from them.


Reviewed: 2/18/2016

Degree: Engineering

This is an overly expensive for bad quality professors and learning materials.... Expect lots of random charges on your account and the most expensive textbooks/online access codes imaginable... Avoid wasting time and money here... Don't be fooled by their quick course schedule. It's been a miserable experience. Good luck finding a good professor, especially in physics.


Reviewed: 11/9/2015

Degree: Engineering

Overall it was great. Went to the Polytechnic campus which was totally engineering and technical people. Nice because since everyone had a similar technical focus we could go farther than if we were surrounded by non-technical people and they understood just a tiny bit better if we described what we were doing. Profs were chill, but professional.


Reviewed: 8/24/2015

Degree: Engineering

Finances are horrible at the school. They will steal you blind. Account for every penny and make sure you have everything well documented. Use emails instead of calling. Online experience is reat for the first class then the quality degrades as you advance in your college degree.


Reviewed: 6/21/2015

Degree: Engineering

There are really two separate schools here --the campus school and the online school. I attended the online school. What I found was that the stated work load for the courses did not match the credit hour ratings. For instance, the 2 credit Intro to Engineering Science course had some interesting content, but it required 12 hours weekly to manage it, with some weeks reaching to 30 hours. The typical work load for a 2 credit course is supposed to be roughly 3 hours for every credit, or 6 hours. The... Read More

Samantha Weigold

Reviewed: 11/19/2012

Degree: Engineering

The courses that are offered are great, but most of the teachers are difficult to understand because of heavy accents and the cost of living as a college student here is not affordable, including dorm, parking, and especially tuition.


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