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Thomas Edison State University Reviews of Bachelor's in Engineering

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Locations:   Trenton (NJ) 

Annual Tuition: $9,342

100% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
86% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Engineering

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Engineering

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Reviewed: 1/15/2021

Degree: Engineering

TESU is fine, leaning towards bad. When you take a Midterm/Final, you can't even see your results when you submit your exam. You can see your grade in the grade book, but you can't see how you answered or the correct answers. Also, the proctoring service required to take an exam makes you download spyware onto your computer. Additionally, the professor for a given course has no influence in creating the syllabus or assignments. They can't view any of the exams, so they can't answer any questions... Read More

Jaime Quinones

Reviewed: 10/28/2020

Degree: Engineering

Great educational environment. Excellent academic institution. Pro Veterans, assisting with tuition and educational resources both online and hybrid coursework. Proactive professors with years of knowledge in their fields, providing great education. Thank you very much.

Kevin H.

Reviewed: 9/20/2017

Degree: Engineering

I reviewed many of the online programs and chose Thomas Edison State University. The acceptance of transfer credits and Professional Training/Licensure was an easy way to begin classes. I work at a commercial Nuclear Power plant and work a 12 hour swing shift. This allowed plenty of time to complete the assignments and prepare for the exams. The exams seemed rather difficult, but the other class assignments would aide in maintaining a passing grade. The test are not designed by TESU or it's mentors.... Read More


Reviewed: 7/26/2017

Degree: Engineering

Good overall school for middle aged returning students. The School of Applied Science & Technology has helped me more fully understand my engineering curriculum and where to direct my interests within various engineering practices. The course work was challenging, but if you want to learn new skills, you must do the work and apply yourself.

Applied Science Graduate

Reviewed: 12/6/2015

Degree: Engineering

Thomas Edison State College has better equipped me to pursue employment and future educational opportunities. Without my B.S. degree, many technical / engineering positions would be difficult to obtain. Never was I disappointed with the quality of education received from this institution, my professors / mentors were professional with real world "career" experience and a network base which enhanced employment opportunities. The school is currently seeking university status due to program growth,... Read More

Mr. D. Hines

Reviewed: 8/23/2014

Degree: Engineering

The Applied Science and Technology degree programs at TESC are challenging as with other accredited engineering programs. The Technical Studies degree prepares students for a variety of engineering and technical related occupations. The school also offers a graduate degree in Technical Studies which further enhances undergrad engineering coursework. Students who enjoy more than one area of engineering will benefit from this program of study. TESC is growing and continues to attract students, why?... Read More

Satisfied Student

Reviewed: 5/16/2014

Degree: Engineering

TESC is a great school in my opinion. They are very liberal with transfer credits which allowed me to receive a majority of my degree from my Navy Experience. I did only have one problem with one of the professors pretty much being non-existent for my capstone class, but in the end we all figured out what was needed on out own.

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