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The University of Arizona Global Campus Reviews of Master's in Organizational Leadership

9 Reviews

Locations:   Chandler (AZ) 

Annual Tuition: $47,685

71% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
78% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Master's in Organizational Leadership

Student Reviews - Master's in Organizational Leadership

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Reviewed: 9/14/2022

Degree: Organizational Leadership

I would like to urge everyone who reads this not to enroll in this university. The academic standards are low. The coursework is full of busywork which minimizes the learning. Most importantly, the school is money, hungry, and they will tell you anything you want to hear in order to get you to sign up for a course. On at least two occasions I have been told things that were absolutely not true, in order to convince me to sign up. Once I was told that I would get some work life credit for achievements... Read More


Reviewed: 10/28/2021

Degree: Organizational Leadership

What a great experience and such great professors! My best advice is to understand that you get what you give when going to school online. I was a student with a disability, and they helped me 100% of the way if I had questions or needed a leave. No, it was not easy, but to me, that's what makes it a good school! I graduated with a 3.9 GPA, and I have never been prouder of myself! Thank you to all the staff that helped along the way.

T. Stewart

Reviewed: 5/8/2019

Degree: Organizational Leadership

Do NOT, I repeat DO NOT attend Ashford University!! They are unprofessional, unresponsive, and are not in the business of assisting students. I was a student and recently received a call from a collection agency that my account was sent to them. I WAS LIVID!! I called the finance department and she verified that someone had reached out to me on April 6 and that I explained to them that I was waiting on my employer to know what portion I was going to be responsible for. Next thing I know I'm getting... Read More


Reviewed: 6/5/2018

Degree: Organizational Leadership

My Ashford experience was almost exclusively excellent. I was exceptionally pleased with the intake by eight wonderful counselor. The instructors were almost always helpful. The resources provided were very good, especially for my exclusively online degree path.


Reviewed: 2/20/2017

Degree: Organizational Leadership

It doesn't surprise me to see some great reviews and some bad reviews like any opinion based review site but I will tell you, My experience here at Ashford University has been stellar and exemplary. I would recommend this University and the online program if you fit the following mold ... you work hard, you are dedicated, you are self driven and you can adapt to the different instructors and what they are looking for in the curriculum. My academic advisor was more readily available in the beginning... Read More


Reviewed: 3/18/2016

Degree: Organizational Leadership

I am a current student at the university. The school at one time had excellent communication when asked questions. Whenever I call now, I get the run around and sometimes no response from emails at all. I am seriously thinking about enrolling in another school. I am currently obtaining my master's through the online services. The information from each person is different. I had a recent issue. I had to call back several times getting different answers from each person I spoke to. Today I called.... Read More

Gerald Johnson

Reviewed: 9/21/2013

Degree: Organizational Leadership

My experience at Ashford University was excellent. If you are looking to complete your education in a nontraditional setting, Ashford University's online programs are an excellent choice. The coursework is challenging, flexible, and rewarding. There is a significant amount of support and guidance by the university's professors. Also, the online library is phenomenal and is a great resource to conduct all your research for your coursework. If you are serious about completing your education, Ashford... Read More

Robert Brummerhop

Reviewed: 7/5/2013

Degree: Organizational Leadership

I took the online program and it required a lot of time and dedication. You must be self disciplined and self motivated in order to maintain passing grades. If you do the minimal required work and do it on time you will pass with good grades. I completed my Masters with a 3.55 and am very happy to have completed it. I was also able to meet faculty and other students at an event in Orlando where they treated us to food and deserts. I recommend Ashford University but only if you are intelligent and... Read More


Reviewed: 4/5/2013

Degree: Organizational Leadership

I have attended a number of schools in my military career. Because of all the moving, I had to continuously transfer from school to school. Once I heard about Ashford and how close the campus was to me, I started attending school. I completed a BA and a MAOM which I received a 3.9 GPA. The reason I chose an online school versus a traditional school (mind you Ashford does have an actual campus) was the fact that balancing work and family was my main priority. The courses are only 5 weeks and YES you... Read More

I have to say, after completing a number of years with this school, I really have not had any issues with the money. I have seen some of the reviews of how people have had issues, but 9 out of 10 times it is because the student did not do something correct on their end. For example, adding classes, dropping classes, not filling out the proper paperwork etc., yes, can slow the process up, but my recommendation is this, once you start don't stop!!! The people who say they had problems are probably the ones who blame all their issues on others and never take responsibility for their own actions…… Remember, this school has been doing this for awhile, they understand the benefits and how to process those benefits, and so you have to use common sense when you read some of these negative posts.

All but one of my academic advisors was very helpful, and for the one, I got rid of her by requesting another. They provided me guidance on what courses of action would work for me and would get back to me within 24 hours of an email or call. Remember people, if you're truly dedicated to your education there are a number of schools to attend. For me, this worked best because they are regionally accredited and are military friendly. By the way, I have a number of job offers that pay over $70,000 a year when I retire from the Army


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