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Purdue Global Reviews of Bachelor's in Liberal Studies

10 Reviews

Locations:   Indianapolis (IN) 

Annual Tuition: $14,436

0% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
90% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Liberal Studies

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Liberal Studies

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tobi j mcmillan

Reviewed: 10/1/2022

Degree: Liberal Studies

I loved the diversity of the professors and their amazing variety perspectives. I've grown so much both professionally and academically. The skills that I've obtained will aid in a variety of settings in the future. I've been able to grow my own business due to the knowledge I've gained in my courses!


Reviewed: 5/27/2022

Degree: Liberal Studies

Great for active duty service members! Professors are very flexible and understanding to military life! At first I didn’t think I would stick it out but here I am 4 weeks out from graduation. Student services team was always very helpful and knowledgeable!

Travis Sams

Reviewed: 3/12/2022

Degree: Liberal Studies

The overall experience at PG was great. The staff was great and the instructors were professional. I’m not a fan of discussion boards weekly, I rarely saw much value and were more of an inconvenience. But again, I have been highly satisfied with my education at PG.

Austen Walker

Reviewed: 1/13/2022

Degree: Liberal Studies

The experience was very good. The school made registration very easy using tuition assistance and gave me the best bang for my buck. I really appreciated the help working through the process. I also appreciate the number of credit given for my military education.

Tiffany C. Billups

Reviewed: 1/12/2022

Degree: Liberal Studies

I enjoyed my time at PG and would definitely recommend it to anyone, especially anyone in the military. PG is very military friendly and I found all of the staff to be very friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. If I was to continue with more education, I would surely go back to PG.

Gary Jakubowski

Reviewed: 1/25/2021

Degree: Liberal Studies

Going back to school was more difficult than I thought, but it was worth the extra work. Timing is everything and I decided to go back to school right before Covid-19. This allowed me to double up on classes and I was able to concentrate with having to find time between work and family. You just have to remember your dedication and the goal you want to accomplish. Before you know it you will have graduated.

Chris Barnard

Reviewed: 12/3/2020

Degree: Liberal Studies

I had a very positive experience at Purdue Global. I do recommend this university to anyone who works full time, has a family, and requires some flexibility in their course schedule due to life! I had a few life issues that the professors at Purdue Global worked with me which allowed me to complete my assignments and submit them for full credit. I read a few reviews on this site that doesn't reflect my experiences at all! The most important thing you can do is to communicate with your professors!!... Read More


Reviewed: 9/26/2020

Degree: Liberal Studies

I would absolutely not recommend this school to anyone, especially those in the military. This school touts itself as "military friendly" but the professors are far from military friendly. There is literally nothing good I can say about this school. The classes run 10-weeks and the workload increases and becomes filler work; busy work to justify the additional 2 weeks of class. The one-hour seminars each week, especially if you're deployed or OCONUS, will only add to the workload if you're unable... Read More

Wayne Huffman

Reviewed: 3/27/2020

Degree: Liberal Studies

I was an older student. I have attended many universities over the years both on-line and classroom. I was very pleased with Purdue Global. The instructors/Professors had a genuine desire to see their students succeed. They were available for questions and ensured their students were not only able to retain the information but were able to apply it in "real world" situations. Every professor was like this. This is something had not found with other professors at other universities. As an employer,... Read More


Reviewed: 6/17/2019

Degree: Liberal Studies

If you want to be fitting with finical aid each term and then they not take all the amount of money with your loans tell you you have to pay three terms later this is your school. The classes are ok but the price is high. Im a military spouse and have had issues with teachers not allowing me to work ahead in class and not understanding that mid moving things happen.


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