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Johnson & Wales University - Online

4 Reviews

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0% of 4 students said this degree improved their career prospects
25% of 4 students said they would recommend this school to others
By the OnlineU team | Updated 3/1/2023

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Average Financial Aid: $6,225

Accreditation: Johnson & Wales University - Online is acredited by 2 agencies

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Salary Score for Online Degrees at Johnson & Wales University - Online

Bachelor's Degrees

Specialized Sales, Merchandising and Marketing Operations $26,100 $35,690 47
Hospitality Administration/Management $26,100 $35,901 43
Marketing $25,125 $39,411 37
Business Administration, Management and Operations $26,965 $36,180 25
Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations $26,100 $33,237 20
International Business $25,062 $34,639 12

Master's Degrees

Human Resources Management and Services $30,297 $52,480 25
Business Administration, Management and Operations $30,491 $50,690 17

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S. B.

Reviewed: 11/28/2022

Degree: Restaurant Management

This is my second degree. I've had lot of experience with teaching and taking online classes. The quality of curriculum and teachers is substandard. In two years I've had one excellent teacher. Most grading is arbitrary with little to no explanation. Teacher don't seem to know the content, probably because most of them are adjunct and walk into teaching blind. The books, on-line content, and lectures don't match. The syllabus changes at the whim of the instructor without accountability. Most emails... Read More

Melody Lopez

Reviewed: 11/15/2022

Degree: Culinary Arts

This online culinary certificate program is incredibly hard to grasp. I feel as though I was learning culinary on YouTube. Reaching out takes at least a day to get any help you have a week to complete your modules and I feel bad for anybody who has not taken culinary before because really really difficult to get this done. The expectation that this takes 15 to 20 hours a week is not correct.


Reviewed: 8/3/2022

Degree: Culinary Arts

Don't let you take 4 classes your first semester. Throws your plan off if you need increments of 4. Then when you want to take a few extra classes for fun tell you that you can't use financial aid for them. Then question why you would want to keep full time status with 4 classes. Waited until a few weeks before classes start to tell you this information. Take forever to dispurse your financial aid to your account to help cover costs like books and supplies. Some classes felt rushed and didn't learn... Read More

Nicola Ryan

Reviewed: 1/9/2021

Degree: Management

I have a 4 year food science degree with JWU, foolishly i thought there grad program would be as good as their undergrad. i started their online undergrad program only to come to find out it’s one of the biggest money scams i have ever come to face. The JWU online grad program is unorganized unsupportive, has professors that do no teach or provide help for students when asked. unresponsive staff does not disclose full information waste of money