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Colorado State University Global

115 Reviews

Locations:   Greenwood Village (CO) 

Annual Tuition: $8,400

69% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
56% of students said they would recommend this school to others
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Reviewed: 9/21/2023

Degree: Computer Science

If I could give the professors a 0 out of 5 I would. If you are looking to get your degree for the sole purpose of adding it to your resume this is the perfect school to do it at. However, if you are looking to actually learn new things and learn from professors who are very knowledgeable this is not the school to do it at. All feedback on your assignments will clearly come from their computer clipboard and be pasted as your feedback with nothing specific to any of your work. When it comes to your... Read More


Reviewed: 2/20/2023

Degree: Information Technology

I'm thankful for this school for everything! I got my credits transferred from different universities/college and it all counted towards my bachelor degree. Courses were relatively easy for me because they were all related to my current job in IT industry. I had amazing advisor and professor, and they were very supportive.


Reviewed: 1/24/2023

Degree: Project Management

I attened CSU-Global for both my undergrad (IT) and grad (PM) degrees. I completed both in 3 years (stacked courses and went year-round). A lot of the feedback on here talks about "self-taught", but it's an online course. It should be understood that online courses limit interaction. However, almost all of my instructors were responsive to emails, phone calls, and even set up video chat options. They replied to every student discussion forum and made specific comments to each student. Papers were... Read More


Reviewed: 1/22/2023

Degree: Business

Before I started at CSU Global, I read many reviews on different sites. The reviews were mostly positive, but I remember one that called CSU Global a degree factory. Having completed by BS in Business Management last year, I must agree. But is that such a terrible thing? You still must work to earn the degree, and I did learn quite a bit...but at the end of it all, I just wanted that expensive piece of paper and notation on my resume/LinkedIn. These days, bachelor’s degrees are really a basic requirement... Read More

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Reviewed: 12/14/2022

Degree: Healthcare Administration

Money driven and leadership is completely absent! Try reaching ANYONE in a leadership role to file complaints and you will get nowhere. Read the LinkedIn profile of the CSU Global president.... she talks about being profit driven etc, which is insane. No mention of education as a goal, or connecting with students... or anything that really supports EDUCATION. They literally do not care about success, and you are on your own to figure out all their administrative emails that are sent like spam. Inappropriate... Read More


Reviewed: 12/6/2022

Degree: Machine Learning

This is a business, not a school. The professors are good, but they are stuck in a crappy system. The classes are proctored by the professor and not taught because the course work is the exact same every term, word for word. The professors try to be engaging in the student forums, but you can regurgitate a word salad into the writing prompt and you will partial credit.


Reviewed: 10/17/2022

Degree: Human Resources

My experience at CSU-Global has been nothing short of AMAZING!! I graduated with my Bachelor's in Human Resources Management some years back and now enrolled again with them for my Master's degree in Human Resources Management. I have been in the HR field for 15 years and everything that was and has been taught to me coincides with the real life workforce, so you can definitely take the knowledge taught in each course and apply it in the real business world. The professors are so helpful and always... Read More


Reviewed: 10/7/2022

Degree: Marketing

The schools admissions process is terrible. Staff members are unaware of how to find online transcripts until the student has to threaten to speak to higher ups. Then all of sudden they can find after two weeks of you asking them status updates. Once you get your transcript you have to do a credit appeal because they don’t give you everything you earn. The credit appeal process is a joke. They tell you it will take UP TO TWO WEEKS to finish the review and exactly at the two week mark they inform... Read More


Reviewed: 9/29/2022

Degree: Project Management

Very expensive to just read a book, complete pointless discussions and write papers like crazy. I'm very very disappointed with the format, it seems the content is the same for the past 3-4 years, the interactive literature seems to be created by a high school student and the assignments are ridiculous. In the end you are paying a lot of money to earn a piece of paper. The Master in Project Management is more a undergrad content. I'm an experienced Project manager and I did not learn anything new... Read More

Caroline C

Reviewed: 9/27/2022

Degree: Finance

This degree is nearly 100% self-taught. If you just want the piece of paper, 100% do this program as it is very easy academically, and works great with work schedules. I want to make sure people understand there is ZERO help in getting a job after completion. This is only if you are already in your career and want to help accelerate it. If you are doing a career change, or are not working this degree/university will NOT help you. Absolutely NO job boards, interviews, internships, company connections,... Read More


Reviewed: 8/15/2022

Degree: Business Administration

Lots of unpleasant experiences in this school. First off, I've graduated with a major in Business Management with a minor (or specialization as the school calls it), in healthcare management. My GPA was 3.89, which is 0.01 below honors. Avoid this school at all costs if you need financial aid, because they are massively incompetent in that area. They would often neglect to inform the loan services that I was in school, so every couple months I'd have to remind them to do their jobs and inform them... Read More

Luciana Barbosa

Reviewed: 7/25/2022

Degree: Marketing

Absolutely ridiculous. This school is a waste of time and money. They have absolutely no respect for active duty soldiers, or disabled veterans. When I enrolled I was still active duty, and lord was it a pain to get anything done. From tuition assistance problems, to financial aid BS, and so much time wasted with their crap. This school just stressed me out, and financially drowned me. Don't even get me started on the "online" classes that required me to do things at specific times (when the whole... Read More


Reviewed: 6/27/2022

Degree: Business

If you are military, avoid this school at all costs. Not at all military friendly. Have been dropped from courses with no reasonable explanation. Receiving tuition assistance through this school is one of the most complicated and difficult processes, and even if your TA gets approved, you may still be dropped from your course because the school is not on the same page. 0/5 stars

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Reviewed: 4/26/2022

Degree: Information Technology

This school exists to charge you over $1000 in tuition per course for content that you would find in any other course offering online. Sometimes they aren't even ashamed of it, you'll see other online courses simply ported into Canvas as the course content, but your professor most likely barely even reviewed that content in those cases, and will be completely unhelpful to you outside of pointing you to the course content that, again, you could have found online for like $50. Otherwise you'll be doing... Read More


Reviewed: 4/15/2022

Degree: Criminal Justice

Do not attend! Class size was a total of three students, instructor did not care what you submitted as long as a paper or discussion was done. Advisor stated graduate level criminal justice classes are a total of five or less per class - after I was past withdrawal deadline. Class content was the same as I had in my level 200 courses at another college. A total waste of time and money!


Reviewed: 3/1/2022

Degree: Healthcare Administration

This school has the best Bachelor’s of Science in Healthcare Administration and Management program. Professors well prepare students and work in high-level positions for prestigious companies and organizations. For example, I had one professor who works as a Public Health Administrator for the CDC. Another professor is the CEO of a chain of healthcare facilities that he started! The degree program requires 2 1/2 years of advanced pre-requisite work that is important in healthcare, including Chemistry,... Read More

Ethan McCord

Reviewed: 1/17/2022

Degree: Criminal Justice

I am appalled that this college is allowed to operate. I should have looked up reviews of this college before attending because it would have saved me a lot of time. At first I thought all online schools were this easy but after numerous instances of errors and ridiculous requirements, it became apparent this is a money pit. Discussion posts are simple and in no way build on course material, quizzes are 10 questions and at times I had to click the WRONG answer to get it right. Critical thinking assignments... Read More


Reviewed: 1/7/2022

Degree: Information Technology

The education offered is worthless. Took the Masters in Information Technology Management with a focus on cyber security and I learned very little. My undergraduate degree is in Education but my experience is almost 20 years of IT. The coverage of materials is cursory at best with very little discussion or understanding of any real details. I did a search of one of the assignments and found it with an ITT Technical Institute header curriculum. The degree program was a waste of my GI Bill and time.... Read More

Amar D

Reviewed: 11/16/2021

Degree: Data Analytics

I would soon be completing the MS degree in data analytics. And my experience here is so far good. Though it is not an in-person encounter, the interactive lectures and discussions give kind of a similar experience even when it is a fast-paced course(in my opinion). The study material is updated regularly and is almost always supplemented with LinkedIn videos for easy understanding. The reading material, interactive lectures, and videos hold the key to completing the assignments and completing education... Read More


Reviewed: 11/7/2021

Degree: Business

I was so excited to be back in College but this school made me despise something I really enjoy, such as learning. Cookie cutter classes with facilitators instead of Professors. I can easily find all the materials on Google by myself. Feedbacks are all the same and most of times are just random citations. After 8 weeks of class I just can't wait to get it over. This school is unreasonably obsesses with APA format and gives more importance to formatting that to the content itself. An absurd amount... Read More


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