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Southern New Hampshire University Online Reviews of Bachelor's in Business

20 Reviews

Locations:   Manchester (NH) 

Annual Tuition: $9,600

44% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
50% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Business

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Business

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Robert .R

Reviewed: 5/3/2023

Degree: Business

SNHU has been great for a 52 year old returning to College. Felxibility and course content is good. With any online or campus College you will have good and bad instructors. I grauduate soon and only had one instructor I felt could have been more interactive. For me, I would rather be at home learning than sitting in a classroom where each of us read a page out of a chapter. Yes, online is more self taught but you only get out what you put into it. I reach out to my instructors and ask questions... Read More

Soner korkmaz

Reviewed: 10/20/2021

Degree: Business

That is terrible place to go there, do not study over there, admission counselors are horrible, everything is very bad, I waited for applying for a year, after that they did not accept me, they are liar, do not believe them, everybody is complaining, when you want to Learn something about this school, 970 2613683 call me any question, I am warning you,waste of time


Reviewed: 6/9/2021

Degree: Business

LIBERAL, LEFT LEANING AND DOES NOT SUPPORT THOSE OF FAITH. I attended SNHU to finish my Bachelors degree and found that the school was very left leaning (liberal) and consistently trampled over faith and conservative view points. I completed my program but was disappointed by their political and social push. I would not recommend SNHU unless your looking for a skewed perspective. I am saddened that SNHU and other learning institutions have followed political and social view points over education.... Read More


Reviewed: 10/18/2018

Degree: Business

Administration is terrible. They had to confirm and verify my identity, and that I understood. Then there was a secondary confirmation. Then they kept denying notarized forms. The best excuse I heard was the form is filled out in two different inks. Did you pay attention to the pen your notary used? I thought WOW


Reviewed: 6/9/2018

Degree: Business

As I've transferred around the country during my career I've attended 5 different colleges. In addition, as a person who retired young from a position as a Sr. hiring manager with a major multinational corporation, I got to know the quality of education for many colleges through the process of interviewing and hiring many hundreds of people. I can honestly say that SNHU is the worst college I've ever seen. In many courses there is basically no instruction provided other than reading assignments.... Read More


Reviewed: 5/24/2018

Degree: Business

I originally went to an expensive non-profit-private brick and mortar school in Los Angeles County. After 5 semesters I was heavily in debt so I dropped out and joined the military to help pay for school. I wanted to find an online school so that I could continue to work full-time and have flexibility. I was very skeptical of getting a degree that was 100% online because of the horror stories that we all hear, so I did a lot of research and realized that it's the for-profit school that are the trouble... Read More


Reviewed: 5/22/2018

Degree: Business

There are many issues to beware of with this school. Most significantly, the curriculum. Assignments are often poorly designed and ambiguous, with poor clarification from the instructors who seem to mostly be part-time adjunct faculty. You spend a lot of time trying to decipher what the problem is asking for, then working on it (usually in a long English essay or paper), only to find out you interpreted it wrong cause it was worded wrong. I dropped the school over this. I can't afford to waste time... Read More


Reviewed: 1/2/2018

Degree: Business

I am pursuing my degree outside f the United States and I am currently 1 year into my education. Ive seen a lot of negative reviews here regarding financial aid. While I cannot touch that topic because I am paying for my education out of pocket (and I live/am from outside of the U.S.), I will leave my review on other aspects. I am 27 years old with a mortgage/family/ demanding job so going to a local on campus school would not have worked out for me. While I am paying for my classes myself, I hope... Read More

Jared Smith

Reviewed: 6/2/2017

Degree: Business

Out of all of the online schools that I've researched/attended, SNHU was the worst. I originally received my Associates degree with the University of Phoenix, but wanted to find a cheaper alternative for completing my Bachelor's degree, and ultimately found my way to SNHU. After spending just one term with this institution, I immediately wondered how they are accredited. The instructors are quite possibly the most inadequate people I could think of to teach others, the online platform/course structures... Read More


Reviewed: 2/5/2017

Degree: Business

At first, I was happy with SNHU because everything seemed so easy and organized. I was able to buy books online instantly, takes classes, see my grades and see my academic plans. However, since starting my second term, I've had nothing but issues. The classes are beyond easy and now I understand why most University students call SNHU a joke. Weekly reading is 10-20 pages, substantially lower than typical textbook reading. The weekly tests are multiple choice and you can delete and retake as many... Read More


Reviewed: 1/25/2017

Degree: Business

I am still completing my online degree with Southern New Hampshire University. My experience has been fantastic so far. I am a thirty-something student who works 60-70 hours a week and SNHU is willing to work with that. To be honest, I have only taken advantage of that once so far but the offer has been made. Another reviewer said that they were confused as to how they are supposed to complete their assignments and that there is no intellectual curiosity built into this classes. I disagree entirely.... Read More

current student

Reviewed: 1/25/2017

Degree: Business

Very unhelpful staff with out of date technology,and poor course availability for online classes. I am surprised it meets the accreditation standards for colleges, At first glance it looks ok, but the reality is that it felt like a diploma mill or at best a school of low standards.


Reviewed: 1/16/2017

Degree: Business

Overall I have had no issues with the school. I'm still attending and have maintained an A average. My advisors really do try to interact but I don't answer the phone cause I don't need assistance. The courses are expensive. 960 a course or 900 range. Overall the blackboard is easy to use. There are times when I try to get on the final day assignments are due and there are issues with the website. I've tried calling the helpdesk but I've never been able to get a hold of anyone. When it comes to assignment... Read More


Reviewed: 1/2/2017

Degree: Business

SNHU is absolutely Horrific in regards to student advising, communication and support. Over and over again I tried communicating with my instructors to no avail. My professor made several project and grading mistakes that directly effected both my grade and my attitude. It was readily evident many online instructors are revenue driven and have lost sight of the necessity of individual student support. This is what education in America has come down to, a system where instructors are paid piece meal,... Read More


Reviewed: 3/3/2016

Degree: Business

So far I have experienced six classes with SNHU. I'm writing this review because of the reviews I have read where people complained about accessibility, when it comes to teachers, or when it comes to content. Accessibility is not an issue. Teachers always respond. And I have done schoolwork on a desktop, a laptop, a tablet, and a phone. The only content-restricting limitation I've ever experienced was with my phone. As far as accessibility is concerned, SNHU is fine. As far as the quality of education... Read More


Reviewed: 1/4/2016

Degree: Business

I enrolled at SNHU a few years ago because the demands of being a working adult make it virtually impossible to go the traditional route. I thought the online experience was wonderful and well laid out. However, if you do not have self-discipline and the drive to finish, you will be wasting your time and money. That could really go for any endeavor. Most of my instructors were very knowledgeable and fair. You must do the work, but they understand if "life" happens. For an undergraduate degree this... Read More


Reviewed: 12/14/2015

Degree: Business

SNHU's online program lets you make up and finish a degree you started elsewhere fast. I would not recommend it as a four year program. The courses are all pre-fab and the faculty are all part-timers who do this on the side. They hardly know whats going on themselves. Its very much a mill and most instructors will pass you for the basic level work. There are some good courses, but its really a money making engine that tries to look legit. I hate to criticize because SNHU did help my finish my degree... Read More


Reviewed: 2/23/2015

Degree: Business

I was a little skeptical about SNHU (and online education in general) when I first decided to go back and finish my bachelor's degree in late 2013. I have attended both a traditional brick and mortar state university as well as an exclusively online experience at SNHU, so I have a decent amount of experience in both settings. Overall, I have been fairly happy with my experience while attending SNHU when I compare it with my experience at a state university. First of all, you have to be comfortable... Read More

Brian P.

Reviewed: 1/7/2015

Degree: Business

Excellent school. I have read some reviews speaking bad about SNHU and it poor online degrees, but if you look at all the major universities they are all going online. PSU has a masters that is online, Georgia Tech masters online, a ton of undergrad programs from top schools are online. The argument is flawed to say online is not a worthy degree otherwise it would have died out long ago. I highly recommend SNHU and other online programs from established accredited universities it is worth it.

SNHU Alumni

Reviewed: 1/5/2015

Degree: Business

Before its nationwide mass marketing campaign two years ago SNHU offered an excellent online education to its students. It was top quality with great value. I know, I was a student at one time and so impressed I later became an adjunct instructor for the program over a period of several years. Now with its push for rapid expansion nationally it resembles more of a for profit diploma mill. It seems more is spent on advertising than on the quality of education they offer. This is a true loss for any... Read More


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