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71% of 10 students said this degree improved their career prospects
50% of 10 students said they would recommend this school to others
By the OnlineU team | Updated 3/27/2023
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Salary Score for Online Degrees at Franklin University

Bachelor's Degrees

Business Administration, Management and Operations $21,942 $47,825 75
Criminal Justice and Corrections Not Reported $37,442 66
Health and Medical Administrative Services $25,000 $41,982 61
Human Resources Management and Services $22,920 $44,697 53
Finance and Financial Management Services $19,339 $49,343 51
Clinical, Counseling and Applied Psychology $23,595 $31,110 50
Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting and Related Protective Services, Other Not Reported $44,823 48
Business/Commerce, General Not Reported $43,002 48
Computer and Information Sciences, General $30,733 $55,444 47
Accounting and Related Services $21,166 $47,252 47
Marketing $20,832 $40,871 46

Master's Degrees

Public Administration $39,957 $52,019 42
Business Administration, Management and Operations $35,500 $62,938 36
Health and Medical Administrative Services $30,750 $56,528 30
Marketing $36,867 $49,509 28
Accounting and Related Services $35,451 $56,103 25
Human Resources Management and Services $41,000 $51,243 22

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Reviewed: 5/4/2023

Degree: Accounting

Franklin is not a reputable organization their accreditation holds no value to employers. The instructors don't have a grasp on professionalism and don not questions promptly. Finally the Academic Advisor your assigned is booked for consultation literally months in advance leaving you to email only. This makes the experience terrible in my opinion. Save your time this is a school for the desperate.


Reviewed: 11/27/2022


If you want to waste your time and money, then this is a place for you. Don't ever give a try or else, you sure will regret. Teachers just read from the module and the example from the module then students will do the rest. Teachers do not clarify directions and return students' answers. No adviser, no body to help and nobody answerss if you have questions. Quick to answer if you are enrolling but after, good luck!


Reviewed: 7/19/2022

Degree: Business Administration

Newer student and Currently taking algebra class that provides zero instruction, only send out daily assignments and tests. I cannot believe how this class is operated, we are basically learning on our own where we can and struggling to pass the tests due to no instruction at all. I've contacted the teacher and received nothing but attitude. I WILL be filing a formal complaint with the UA to have this school pulled from our funding program. This is absurd!


Reviewed: 1/23/2019

Degree: Cybersecurity

I found the quality of education at Franklin to be hit or miss. The work ethic of the instructors varied wildly, with some displaying obvious interest in their students and the education being provided while others did very little to provide any actual instruction (sometimes cancelling lecture several times in a trimester) . Most of the classes I found to be too "cookie cutter" for my taste, meaning they all had very similar requirements week by week, most of which required a group project and a... Read More


Reviewed: 11/2/2018

Degree: Healthcare Administration

This is the worst school I been into so far. Most classes are on line, so you are teaching your self. The tuition is expensive, half of professors are terrible and they are giving you problems for doing your work and try to get you in trouble by framing you for plagiarism. I would stay away from this school. I learned more info in one year at CSCC than in 4 years in Franklin. This school is garbage.


Reviewed: 11/8/2017

Degree: Management

This school provides a rare opportunity for busy adults to work toward completing their college degree at an accelerated and convenient pace. The curriculum is rigorous and can be writing intensive. However, the demands are achievable can be immediately applied to a student's work-setting. This institution does an exceptional job at providing students a balance of theory, application, and real-world mentorship that enables them to enter the workforce with a strong skill-set or have an immediate impact... Read More


Reviewed: 3/15/2017

Degree: Accounting

horrible place- my wife went there and we cancelled her classes before deadline they cancelled all but one class and charged us for it over 2200 for nothing - put into collections and we knew nothing about it....tried to settle with them and get gone all they do is say nothing they can do-- crooks and c*** school.


Reviewed: 7/22/2016

Degree: Psychology

I really enjoyed my time at Franklin, but it was much different than I expected. Despite being an online school, there is a lot of group work and instructors will hold class online with required attendance despite the fact that this information is not available when you sign up for classes.

Dr. Earl W. Campbell, DBA

Reviewed: 1/2/2016

Degree: Business

I attended Franklin University by utilizing its online Vantage MBA online program from 2008 to 2010. I was able to take advantage of the university's asynchronous (study / submit assignments at your own pace) delivery, while honoring the due date. I highly recommend this institution to those considering online, in-class, or hybrid studies. I attended this university using financial aid in the form of Stafford loans. Dr. Earl W. Campbell, DBA


Reviewed: 10/5/2015

Degree: Criminal Justice

For the most part, the classes were flexible and the institution seemed to understand that their students' lives did not solely revolve around school, that we had other responsibilities such as work and family to attend to, which I appreciated. Some classes that are mandatory are, quite frankly, unneeded and quite a waste of time; for the most part, however, the classes are intense, involved, interesting, and prepare you for a career in your chosen field.

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