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Grand Canyon University Reviews of Master's in Business Administration

7 Reviews

Locations:   Phoenix (AZ) 

Annual Tuition: $17,800

50% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
29% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Master's in Business Administration

Student Reviews - Master's in Business Administration

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Reviewed: 5/15/2023

Degree: Business Administration

In my previous academic endavors I graduated one school with a 4.0 GPA and the undergrad with a 3.7 GPA. This experience was really horrible for me and my finances. I feel that I really made the wrong decision. I agonized over writing a review here, because it is in my nature to be positive and also to think of others - the staff, the school spirit with the students - etc. I hope you have a better experience and that things improve with the masters programs to the point that they properly accommodate... Read More


Reviewed: 12/21/2019

Degree: Business Administration

I have seen a lot of strange negative reviews. I found this university to be a lot like the other schools I have attended with the exception of my advisor. My advisor was the best advisor I have ever had. She did her best to help me whenever I had any issues. As with any school, this one is not perfect. Sometimes there are issues with an instructor, sometimes there are issues with their online system, but they really work diligently to fix them. When they first came out with their new online learning... Read More

MBA - 2018

Reviewed: 8/13/2019

Degree: Business Administration

This is one of those things to where I don't want to give a review but feel obligated to do so. GCU needs some improvement, particularly with the academics and professors. I received my Bachelors in Marketing from there; it was a cake walk, not challenging at all. I decided to get my MBA from there as well, because I figured it would increased my professional value and it seemed like it would be a challenge I could accomplish. I completed both degrees online and they were TOO EASY. I graduated both... Read More

Dee B.

Reviewed: 9/25/2018

Degree: Business Administration

Faculty doesn't go the extra mile. They're not available half the time for help when you're in the online program. They respond days late most of the time and hold you accountable for not having the information you were seeking. A lot of the weekly assignments didn't have grades posted for over a month (classes are 2 months long). I rarely got a direct answer to any question when they did respond. Academic counselors aren't much better. Lastly, there's a $150 charge to receive your degree, as if... Read More


Reviewed: 2/11/2018

Degree: Business Administration

The classes were well designed and consistent. The online schedule worked well with my life and made it easier to complete and post my assignments. I would recommend this school to anyone that is trying to juggle life, work and family. For the most part my instructors were pretty good.

Beware!! Commencement is not guarantee to everyone

Reviewed: 1/19/2018

Degree: Business Administration

I completed my bachelors and masters here!!! I was schedule to complete my master program in February 2018 in which I would have been eligible for Spring commencement but instead I finished in October 2017. Now they are saying I was eligible for the Fall commencement but there was no way I would have been able to attend ( i live out of state) and I am also a survivor of the a Route 91 concert!! Now I am on a waiting list and won't know if I can walk until a month before graduation!! Really disappointed... Read More

Michael G.

Reviewed: 9/9/2017

Degree: Business Administration

Scam fraudulent school. The degree they gave out are not accepted at most work places. They financial department is a joke. Instructors are all uneducated and clueless about the subjects they teach. You are better off looking for other legitimate colleges around Arizona. Let this be a warning before you try to attend.


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