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Locations:   Chandler (AZ) 

Annual Tuition: $47,685

75% 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 - Master's in Business

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Reviewed: 3/2/2018

Degree: Business

Sometimes individuals have to reinvent themselves by entering into another career path after catastrophic loss. I began this process by finishing my Bachelor's degree at Ashford (begun at Northeastern University) and then followed that by earning an MBA with Ashford. The University was in Clinton IA at the time and provided a solid education online so that I could work. I attended from 2005 to 2010 and flew to that campus to graduate. It was a huge commitment and cost a lot of money in student loans,... Read More


Reviewed: 11/16/2015

Degree: Business

Stay away from "For Profit" institutions such as Ashford. Unless you are already in a job, a degree from Ashford will not open any/many doors, it will saddle you with debt. There are better non-profit schools available at a cheaper rate, better credentials and student support. Way too many negatives to list, but just a word of caution, go elsewhere for your education, you waste your money, time, effort and your future potential at this institution. No benefits whatsoever with a degree from, "For... Read More


Reviewed: 3/31/2015

Degree: Business

I would not recommend Ashford University at all. The professors are rude and disgusting. The will insult you on your feedback about your paper or journal. Also you might get insulted about your posting on the discussion board. Also if they ask you question in your discussion post don't answer cause some will get insulted. For instance I responded to the professor reply to my discussion and he was upset with me. The professors feedback on my paper was basically calling me stupid. his Exact words----Don't... Read More

M.L Hewitt

Reviewed: 10/13/2014

Degree: Business

I contacted Ashford to finish a degree I started several years ago. They were helpful in guiding me to a degree program that would maximize the most credits - Organizational Management. After graduating, I re-enrolled into the MBA program. I just attended commencement last weekend and have to say I would recommend this college to everyone. The Instructors for the most part were excellent, and towards the end of my program , they became better - more critical and more involved. One Professor was cutting... Read More


Reviewed: 10/17/2013

Degree: Business

When I first started I spoke to a wonderful lady who was my Advisor. However, before the end of my first class she was no longer with Ashford and I was given a new Advisor. Everyone I spoke too afterwards was unhelpful and rude. I have taken four classes and only one instructor was good. The woman instructor at Ashford in my experience are horrible they never got back to me in time and when I complained about the first one she started grading me way below what I was originally getting. I complained... Read More


Reviewed: 1/11/2013

Degree: Business

There are a number of negative reviews about Ashford and I assume most of those are from students who should not be enrolled in college. The Masters program essentially has an "open enrollment" and some of the students in my initial classes could not write at a 5th grade level. I can understand how they would become frustrated with the program because Ashford is a test of your writing skills and dedication to the program. In no way is this an easy task, trying to complete an MBA. You are expected... Read More

I had zero issues with Ashford and felt they provided a solid program that challenged me throughout.


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