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Locations:   Chandler (AZ) 

Annual Tuition: $47,685

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

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Management

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Diana Schooling

Reviewed: 2/26/2019

Degree: Management

While the instruction was very good, we were not told we needed to secure our own internship to get a job with that degree. Since the onsite campus in Clinton, Iowa closed, I have tutored several students via the online company who bought the name "Ashford University." It is not the same school, and I can't recommend the current inception. The 'textbooks' are clearly the Master's thesis that some board member's son or daughter wrote for their Capstone; they are not actual textbooks. Save your money;... Read More


Reviewed: 4/18/2016

Degree: Management

As an active duty military member, I've hoped around with schools trying to figure what suits me best. I originally started with University of Phoenix but hated the "team" assignments. Then I went to Waldorf University, which I loved, but decided to switch my major to a program they did not have. I also wanted to have shorter classes so I could utilize my Tuition Assistance more and fit in more classes throughout the year. Ashford University seemed to have everything I needed. This school is extremely... Read More


Reviewed: 12/1/2015

Degree: Management

In the Army, so I've moved around quite a bit. If you're not a full-time student then it will take you a while to graduate from any school. I've attended several major universities due to moving around every few years. When you actually attend traditional classes, you get lectures and are able to ask questions when needed. In the online program at Ashford, I was forced to actually read and do work every week. When I was going to traditional schools, I would just listen to lectures and skim through... Read More


Reviewed: 12/3/2014

Degree: Management

I attended Ashford for 7 years and never ran into any real problems. I have had advisors that would change my classes as I needed to so I could receive my Associates from CCAF first. I've heard several stories about pushy recruiters but I only dealt with one in that entire time frame and my advice on that is that you are a grown up so you don't have to let anyone push you into doing anything you're not sure about. I do not need much instruction but when I did need it the professors were there. I... Read More


Reviewed: 7/26/2013

Degree: Management

Tell us about your college experience.

I have wanted to complete my college degree for years but always had excuses as to why I couldn't. I enrolled and attended two other colleges before Ashford. Both of those colleges were brick and mortar schools and I always ended up quitting because I just did not want to spend hours sitting in a classroom and the classes always seemed to be at inconvenient times. When I started considering school again, I was immediately drawn to the online experience and it... Read More

What advice can you offer other students?

Online classes are not for everyone. It might seem like this would be an easy way to get a degree but believe me, it is not. The instructors expect participation and critical thinking in every aspect of the classroom and the five week courses can at times be overwhelming because there is so much to do in such a short time. Several of my friends are pursuing their degree at the local college in my area and when I tell them the amount of classwork, quizzes, and papers I am required to write, they are surprised. I think this is because this is the only way the instructor can really judge whether the student is understanding the material. Each person has to decide for themselves if this will work or not, but for me it has been the only way to finally accomplish my goal of getting a degree. For anyone who is considering Ashford University's online program, keep in mind that the instructors are not there to GIVE you a degree, you have to earn it. This means there will be times when they will expect a lot of you and you will have to make sacrifices of your time to be sure to give your assignments your all. I am sure, like with any school, there are instructors who are tougher than others but I have found that while some instructors have been very demanding, they are all fair. Everyone's situation is different so if you are having problems, email the instructor one on one, and get clarification, extra attention, or whatever is needed. Finally, be proud of your accomplishments. Do not let others try to make you feel like getting an online degree is "less" than getting one from a brick and mortar classroom. As many of my friends have told me, they would not have been able to do the amount of work I have done to get my degree. I am looking to graduate soon and am very proud to be finally reaching my goal.


Reviewed: 7/1/2013

Degree: Management

I attended Ashford for 3.5 years and received my BBA. I noticed in reading one of the other reviews that it was stated that Ashford was a sham, but it is far from being a sham. First of all, as soon as I graduated the company I work for started noticing me. I am not going to post publicly all the good that came my way since I graduated, but it has really given me the edge I need. While reading this person’s review I noticed that the student was upset because of the bad grade he received, but I never... Read More


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