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Regis University

20 Reviews

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42% of 20 students said this degree improved their career prospects
35% of 20 students said they would recommend this school to others
By the OnlineU team | Updated 3/6/2023


Fast Facts

Average Financial Aid: $23,032

Accreditation: Regis University is accredited by 7 agencies

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Salary Score for Online Degrees at Regis University

Bachelor's Degrees

Psychology, General Not Reported $39,029 99
Business Administration, Management and Operations $25,000 $50,489 84
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities $25,448 $37,643 74
Accounting and Related Services $24,647 $52,346 72
Computer Science $28,332 $72,850 63
Finance and Financial Management Services $27,000 $51,905 62
Business/Commerce, General $32,746 $45,411 58
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods Not Reported $34,868 40
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $25,000 $61,974 36
Communication and Media Studies Not Reported $29,121 28
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other Not Reported $29,401 24

Master's Degrees

Criminology $44,426 $52,155 87
Accounting and Related Services $28,489 $64,996 81
Computer and Information Sciences, General $46,180 $85,661 57
Business Administration, Management and Operations $41,000 $69,840 49
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $40,329 $97,458 47
Clinical, Counseling and Applied Psychology $46,741 $40,127 24
Education, General $27,333 $44,322 23
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other $51,026 $36,314 15

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Steven B

Reviewed: 3/5/2023

Degree: Criminology

The MS degree I received here wasn't worth the paper it was printed on. A 4.0 gpa here plus a couple of bucks might get me a Sunday edition of the Rocky Mountain News. I remain deeply disappointed and wouldn't recommend this school to any potential student considering Regis University. And as far as their representation of Jesuit values, with the exception of a very select few, they are generally lacking.

Margaret Greco

Reviewed: 4/26/2021

Degree: Organizational Leadership

Absolutely worst experience of my life. They take their students for granted, care only about money, and provide hardly anything in return. They gave me the runaround and one party would contradict another. What they display is not what they offer and they are very choosy on who gets taken care of and who does not. The institution is not worth a penny or moment of your time. Their morals and ethics are a disgrace to the Jesuit community.


Reviewed: 8/2/2020

Degree: Computer Science

I wouldn't recommend this school to any active duty member of the military. The core Computer Science curriculum is useful and well thought out, but most of my issues have come from interactions with the faculty and student advisors. The times I have been placed on detachments or sent anywhere that didn't have an immediate connection I would get in contact with the professor and I rarely ever received an extension in any of these circumstances. I was evacuating my family during a hurricane and the... Read More


Reviewed: 11/25/2019

Degree: Computer Science

My experience with this University was horrendous. They had a cyber attack that disabled all of their major systems at the beginning of the year. Nothing was working: their phones, student/faculty email, essential online learning software, and more. They lost all of my information, but what is worse: a cyber criminal now HAS all my personal information. The situation was ongoing for months. It was very apparent the school had absolutely no Business Continuity Plan in the event of a cyber attack or... Read More

Debbie Holman

Reviewed: 8/5/2019

Degree: Human Services

Dont even bother to apply. Only want your application money. Whole process was a joke. Told at end due to age rigorous curriculum would be to much for me. Interview process was one minute. I sent info and then the person would say he didnt get it. When I complained they used my interview with the guy to deny me and my age. Pitiful.

John C

Reviewed: 2/12/2019

Degree: Computer Science

As a BSCS grad I can tell you first hand that this is a rigorous major. This is not an information systems it IT degree. It's a true computer science program akin to what you would experience at a nationally ranked engineering school. Remember, the classes are the same as what you would get in a full semester. They have the same reading and programming assignments. So if you can't learn algorithm analysis, operating systems, theory of computation, linear algebra, discrete math, probability and statistics... Read More


Reviewed: 2/20/2018

Degree: Software Engineering

The M.S software engineering program is a terrible program. I have a solid 4.0 so this isn't a I didn't do well so I'm whining thing. During my stint at Regis I have written more papers than programs. You can become a "software engineer" here without writing a single program. They don't have the technical staff to facilitate the a technology program, therefore, what you get are a bunch of paper writing classes. By the end of the program you'll be a great technical writer but a lousy engineer. This... Read More

Current Student

Reviewed: 2/6/2018

Degree: Organizational Leadership

My review is for the College of Business and Economics. I found my online courses challenging and aligned with the project management body of knowledge. Of the 9 courses I had to take, only 3 courses required a lot of case study analysis (2-4 pages APA style paper). There was one course that required a final 10-pages APA style paper. The entire curriculum isnt just reading and writing papers. I applied what I learned in the PM courses with projects at work. Additionally, Regis gave us the opportunities... Read More


Reviewed: 9/7/2017

Degree: Software Engineering

The M.S in SE is a joke. The program is 12 classes or 36 credits in total, 25% of the classes are APA writing classes. I want to be a software engineer not a writer. They embed these junk classes in the middle of the program so you don't find out that the program is a joke until your over halfway through. Every other M.S SE program that I've seen is technology focused, meaning your going to actually learn about technology, not this one. Instead of teaching you about how operating systems work, C++,... Read More


Reviewed: 8/27/2017

Degree: MBA

I went through the same problem that Crystal went through. Their add/drop class system is a joke. I dropped a class before the semester was supposed to begin and halfway through the semester I received a bill saying I owe them money. This school is a ripoff and they are unethical in how they run things. If I drop a course before the term begins I should not be charged over $2000 for nothing.