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

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Locations:   Manchester (NH) 

Annual Tuition: $9,600

100% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Mathematics

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Mathematics

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Reviewed: 8/25/2019

Degree: Mathematics

Be very wary of the SNHU online courses. The points based grading system is terrible and instructor feedbacks are like one or two sentences. I would not recommend even if you feel you are a good self-learner. Other schools are more supportive. Courses lack any sort of video lectures/instruction from the teachers. For a few more dollars per course there are other better options. You get what you pay for and SNHU is the cheapest. The SNHU subscription to EBSCO Host (library resources) is a lower tier... Read More

Mixed Experience

Reviewed: 2/10/2019

Degree: Mathematics

There is nothing wrong with SNHU, but you will be doing lots of homework in such short frames that it will be difficult to have an opportunity to actually grasp the material. SNHU is very "learning objective" based, so it will not be like in a traditional classroom where the homework and test reflect the overall mood and ability of the class; you will be expected to test or do homework on every subject matter in the book. Lower level coursework that I took with this university had very active professors... Read More


Reviewed: 8/31/2018

Degree: Mathematics

I think SNHU gives people the opportunity to excel at college. I was a transfer student that took 20 courses at SNHU. Many courses were difficult requiring around 20 hours per week of study time. But if you take the time to study the material each week, you should do well in the classes. I feel like I got a high quality education and the degree I'm receiving means a lot. Classes are 8 weeks long and generally 2 classes is full-time. While it helps to be highly intelligent, doing well in school is... Read More


Reviewed: 7/29/2017

Degree: Mathematics

Prepare to write over and over and over and over and over again. I'm working on the math degree and I've probably written the equivalent of a novel in terms of discussion posts, discussion responses, essays, and final projects. And the real pain in the butt? You write an in-depth two paragraph response and it's not written the way the instructor EXACTLY wants it written or it's not EXACTLY written how some arbitrary rubric specifies it needs to be written: you get docked. Prepare to teach yourself... Read More


Reviewed: 4/19/2015

Degree: Mathematics

Advisors and professors have been incredibly helpful and attentive every step of the way. I did not feel like "another number"; I truly felt appreciated and encouraged to pursue my degree. Classes are well-structured and very clear-cut. Tuition was very reasonable, considering the quality of the education you receive. Fantastic experience all around!


Reviewed: 4/11/2015

Degree: Mathematics

I am five-eighths of the way through my first term at SNHU online. This will be my third degree, the first two were from (different) brick & mortar state universities. I also teach developmental math at a local community college. And I taught one term at ITT Tech, which is a diploma mill to such a disgusting degree. I never returned. I am impressed with SNHU and with what they have been able to achieve. I am taking two classes, one of which I find extremely challenging, the other only mildly so.... Read More


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