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44 Reviews

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13% of 44 students said this degree improved their career prospects
34% of 44 students said they would recommend this school to others

Salary Score for Maryville University

Bachelor's Degrees

Health and Physical Education/Fitness $18,125 $40,580 100
Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods $21,625 $66,945 90
Accounting and Related Services $25,000 $53,147 75
Design and Applied Arts $24,407 $39,469 74
Business/Commerce, General $19,500 $48,561 71
Psychology, General $19,500 $30,787 67
Biology, General $22,500 $28,769 60
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $27,000 $56,325 18
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods $22,125 $30,281 11

Master's Degrees

Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $61,500 $93,862 40
Business/Commerce, General $37,566 $65,762 36
Intelligence, Command Control and Information Operations $37,237 $57,725 24
Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Professions $41,758 $44,439 13

Doctoral Degrees

Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $61,100 $122,942 62
Educational Administration and Supervision $54,565 $72,001 29
Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Professions $75,780 $66,151 20

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Masters in Cyber Security

Reviewed: 1/2/2023

Degree: Cybersecurity

I have nothing against Maryville but this is my opinion and for students thinking about entering the Masters in Cybersecurity online program. I graduated with a 3.6 program GPA. The program is approx. 85 readings and quick quizzes. The other approx. 15% is a labs. The terms are accelated 8 weeks with zero breaks in between terms (end of term is on Sunday, next subject starts the next day). The instructors are ok but how much extra time can they spend on difficult subjects with 8-week terms? Labs... Read More


Reviewed: 12/12/2022

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Psychiatric-Mental Health)

I liked Maryville University's post-master's nurse practitioner program. It is a self-taught program, and you must be smart and motivated to graduate. This is not an easy program. If you're not serious about learning and your education, this program is not for you. I also liked that they weed out the mediocre nurse practitioner students because prescribing medication is serious business. Ps: If you want an easy school that doesn't care about quality, you should attend a substandard school like Walden... Read More


Reviewed: 12/5/2022

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Psychiatric-Mental Health)

I will advise anyone out there currently shopping for school to go elsewhere. School is self thought, loads of materials and homework and they derive joy in seeing people fail. Proctored test and you must pass with 80% . There exams are hard and Many people fail. The school is not cheap either. If you want to school party with prospects of passing, please go elsewhere.


Reviewed: 11/17/2022

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Adult-Gerontology Acute Care)

Please consider to shop around before attending Maryville is not worth your time and money! Instructor are grading poorly and there is NO rationale when they take points off. They never go through exam and never share what you got wrong on the exam !


Reviewed: 11/10/2022

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Adult Psychiatric-Mental Health)

Totally self- taught and hours of weekly readings which cover an extremely wide subject matter. The first test only had 32 questions on it, and there are only 4 tests for the entire semester. If you don't have a 80% overall on the tests alone you automatically fail. There is so much material, and no specific direction on what to study for the test. Test reviews and learning objectives do not cover multiple questions that are even on the test, thus many students fail. Run. Go some where where you... Read More


Reviewed: 9/12/2022

Degree: DNP

I am beyond frustrated with this school. Although I am already practicing as NP, I have decided to enroll to Maryville University to earn a terminal degree. After two semesters at this school I start to second-guess my decision. The school has decided to drop my class without consulting with me. I have called my advisor to reinstate my class; however she was not helpful. I have done all that was required of me, and now I have to wait for my class to be reinstated. Based on my experience, I would... Read More

Lucy M

Reviewed: 8/24/2022

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Psychiatric-Mental Health)

Online nurse practitioner classes and clinicals are what you make it to be. You can be in the greatest school and find fault. This program is for the self motivated student to learn at a comfortable pace. It’s a lot of learning and you will learn if you want to. I was at a different nursing school - brick and mortar college for my associates and it was the same thing ( I had to study and learn foreign concepts). I had to learn what I needed to learn. At Maryville, I had a few rough patches here and... Read More


Reviewed: 8/3/2022

Degree: Software Engineering

I come from a background in the software development field, and was well prepared to take the MSSD. The materials, as others have mentioned, are very dated to the point some of the instruction and information provided is blatantly wrong. Even as someone with a background in CS, this course is extremely fast with professors that have no experience in the real world. It is completely unacceptable that people pay good money to get an education, and you hire professor that have close to ZERO real-world... Read More

Grad Bear

Reviewed: 3/4/2022

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Psychiatric-Mental Health)

Steer clear of this school!!! I cannot stress enough that it is not worth your time, your money, or the incredible amount unnecesary stress this school creates. Communication is atrocious, on several occasions I made contact via email and dint get responses for 4 to 6 weeks in some instances. I had made appts twice with student services for help regarding clinicals and documentation, for both appts the individual that was supposed to call me was over an hour late to the appt and I had put aside time... Read More


Reviewed: 2/17/2022

Degree: Accounting

I am an online student working towards my graduate degree with Maryville University. I have an undergraduate degree and several professional certifications for my career path. I also am used to making A's in classes that are known to be hard like upper level science classes, example anatomy and physiology I and II. Some of my classes have been fine (what someone would expect for an online program being a part time student) and others are completely unmanageable. I am only in school part time and... Read More