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Ashworth College Reviews of Bachelor's in Marketing

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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Marketing

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Marketing

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Kyle Dela Vega

Reviewed: 6/3/2023

Degree: Marketing

This school was perfect for me as a working parent and professional. It took me a long time to finish (8 years for my BA), but it was exactly what I needed. I have excelled at work, and have availed of many offers and opportunities only open to people with degrees. The fact that it is online is not for everyone, be sure you can self-motivate in order to have success and stay motivated. I didn't really have to bother with much in terms of customer service or tech support and majority of my books in... Read More


Reviewed: 5/21/2018

Degree: Marketing

I am a veteran, and have been using my benefits to pay for school. I noticed a lot of the bad reviews have been associated with money. I cannot really attest to the validity of that because I am not paying out of pocket. Other than that, the course work is flexible. It is clear cut and still lets you have a life while earning a degree. I do sometimes question the credibility of the college just because it is a for profit college. I have not had any issues yet. If I have problems or need assistance... Read More


Reviewed: 10/30/2017

Degree: Marketing

I'm actually still working on my bachelors. Just a heads up if you see you only made a certain grade and wanna better it they will not honor your grade. Its a huge slap in your face. Especially after you wasted your time and not to mention how much money you wasted on this school. Im only accepting the final scores i made i will Not accept the way they grade. I have proof of the 100% i got. I no longer recommend this school to my friends and family. Im sorry i chose this when i could have paid for... Read More

Online User

Reviewed: 5/23/2017

Degree: Marketing

The school is nationally accredited not regionally. It will not transfer to your state schools. It transfers to most nationally accredited schools not regionally accredited schools (there are some exceptions, but few). Get over the name, it is not going to impress anyone. Some jobs require a regionally accredited degree, Ashworth does not apply and will not work for you. Cost is the only reason I chose Ashworth, the books are included and it really is self-paced. The tech errors or delays are minimal... Read More


Reviewed: 7/27/2016

Degree: Marketing

If you seriously care about your education please do not go here. It is not regionally accredited which means if you want to transfer to another or better school, they won't take your credits. Customer service is condescending and rude, completely unhelpful, and the instructors are not educated enough. The material used is years out of date, citing things from 10 years ago. I am trying to transfer to another school now and I'm extremely limited. After my first semester, I'm positive this school is... Read More


Reviewed: 5/6/2016

Degree: Marketing

I'm loving it so far. So flexible and the student portal/sakai (the online course software) is so smooth and easy to navigate. Please don't change it - at least not for a long while, Ashworth! I am very happy with the quality of education, as well as the support. The flexibility is obviously the greatest perk of the school. The fact that you go at your own pace is incredible. And I don't mean at your own pace with a deadline -- I mean REALLY at your own pace. You have up to a YEAR to finish one semester.... Read More


Reviewed: 3/12/2016

Degree: Marketing

Ashworth has the best value for your dollar given the current market of nationally accredited schools. You must agree to the fact that this school is not regionally accredited, their credits do not usually transfer to your state school or other regionally accredited schools. The accreditation is the same as U of Phoenix, Kaplan, Ashford, etc. The customer service was horrible and over the years has greatly improved, you can tell that it has been a concerted effort among the administration to tackle... Read More


Reviewed: 10/23/2015

Degree: Marketing

College was exactly that. Long hours of study, difficult projects. Classes you know really want to do or fully understand... but rewarding when you are finished. I started off with the Bachelor's program, but had switch to Associates as it fit better with my educational goals. After I was finished, I called the school and re-enrolled back in to the Bachelor's program.

M. S.

Reviewed: 7/23/2015

Degree: Marketing

I am a recent graduate of Ashworth with a degree in Marketing. I currently have a career in marketing with one of the US's largest and most respected resort/outdoor recreation companies. I am also in the process of obtaining my Masters from Capella, which is an institution that holds the same regional accreditation as all the state colleges around this region (HLC-NCA). Transferring from Ashworth was harder than transferring from community college when attempting to move between institutions holding... Read More


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