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The University of Texas at Arlington

27 Reviews

Salary Score

Bachelor's

 65

Master's

 53

Doctoral

 65

86% of 27 students said this degree improved their career prospects
33% of 27 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Average Financial Aid: $10,743

Accreditation: The University of Texas at Arlington is acredited by 9 agencies

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Salary Score for Online Degrees at The University of Texas at Arlington

Bachelor's Degrees

Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $18,019 $72,026 74
Criminal Justice and Corrections $18,750 $34,928 52

Master's Degrees

Curriculum and Instruction $20,096 $52,405 68
Public Administration $35,380 $58,811 66
Business Administration, Management and Operations $40,700 $73,152 55
Educational Administration and Supervision $20,500 $55,666 50
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $44,416 $96,840 46
Education, General $28,825 $45,569 28
Health and Medical Administrative Services $35,553 $55,565 28

Doctoral Degrees

Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing Not Reported $125,276 65

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Ben

Reviewed: 1/28/2023

Degree: Nursing

After going through the entire enrollment process only 46% of my associate degree credits transferred (which I have already completed and I'm currently practicing as an RN with) and only 42% of bachelor degree credits transferred. I had already completed a large number of credits toward my bachelor degree at my previous university. UTA enrollment advisors told me that I would have to submit a course syllabus in PDF format to petition for each course that was not accepted. I asked for a list of all... Read More

kizzy

Reviewed: 1/20/2023

Degree: RN to BSN

I read the review when I was looking for a RN-BSN school. I saw all the negative reviews but again hundreds of students were graduating in the program. I had to decide to be among the negative students or join the positives and graduate. Definitely if they made it, why not me? thats what I asked myself.I enrolled at UTA and now about to graduate with high honors. I feel proud because I never listened to negative reviews. Just listen to your heart. Do whats required in the program and you will do... Read More

FNP student

Reviewed: 12/6/2022

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

So I am currently 1 year and a half into the program. The beginning was not bad and most classes were a joke. I feel like at this point in the program they make the classes unbearable because they know that you are too far in to back out. I am about to take the final for Family 2 and this class had been my worst nightmare. The tests are short answer, not fill in the blank short answer, but they are essays. There's a total of 10 questions with sub questions. There is no way a person can memorize all... Read More

Hospital employee

Reviewed: 8/26/2022

Degree: Accelerated BSN

I'm not at all surprised how many bad reviews UTA RN prog.has. It's so sad! Students spent too much money/time to become an RN. Unfort., it's true they don't help you succeed- I'm not really sure what happens when they train and hire their prof's. but whatever they do it's like they don't care just repeat the class and pay again- but then again if it's your second fail you are automatically out of the program no matter if you were 4 months away from graduation. They simply DON'T CARE!

Catherine Marino

Reviewed: 9/15/2021

Degree: Accelerated BSN

This school is just after your money. Don't go here unless you're already employed in a hospital in the state of Texas and have experience or otherwise you won't get into the nursing upper division clinical. I went in and scored incredibly high on the TEAS examination as well as did very well in my Pre-Nursing Courses and still was waitlisted. The program here is a joke, save your time and money.

carry

Reviewed: 7/23/2021

Degree: Nursing

I wouldn't recommend University of Texas at Arlington RN to BSN program for my rat. Once they have you sign up for the program , they will just leave you wondering what to do next, what class to take and so on. Then, you'll find your self begging for help. I'm feeling like I'm in educational gamble. At UTA what you hear is not what you get in reality. Education department should stop this scammers. They post all five weeks assignments on canvas without any explanation. Those videos on modules are... Read More

N.Wilson

Reviewed: 3/12/2021

Degree: RN to BSN

I attended UTA RN-BSN Program recently honestly wish I would have just went to a HBCU instead. Never had a issue in any of my programs I received my LVN in 2016 went and did my RN-ADN in 2019 currently completing my BSN. While attending UTA I was taking promoting healthy lifestyles one of the most simplest courses. All you do is tell these people about your lifestyle that’s it. I received a “B” in this course once I logged back into my transcript I see that my grade was a “I” for incomplete. Professor... Read More

NO way

Reviewed: 11/21/2020

Degree: Nursing

I'm doing the ADN to BSN. I have only the capstone left. I HATE IT. All the classes have been discussion post due on Wednesday, Quiz and Homework. Have I learned anything? No, I'm pretty much using everything I learned in my ADN program. I have just spent an unrealistic amount of time on the class assignments, forget getting to the reading and lectures. I can't count the times I've been frustrated by no explicit instructions, no examples, and being docked points for annoying things. I could go into... Read More

Heather

Reviewed: 10/22/2020

Degree: RN to BSN

Don/'t waste your money and time here! I started attending UTA RN to BSN online program in 2015. At the time I started the program I was a Texas resident, halfway through my program in 2016 I relocated to Washington State I continued to take courses through 2018. I then had to take time off due to family/financial matters, little did I know I had taken too much time off and if I wanted to continue in the program I would have to apply for readmission. At this point I only had two courses left to complete... Read More

RC

Reviewed: 10/5/2020

Degree: Nursing

Not there for the student. I am taking online courses due to working full time and having a family. I have taken six courses over a 3 semester period. Had a problem 3 different times in 3 different classes. The first one, I had a family member pass away unexpectedly and was going to be gone from Friday-Sunday with no internet. I let my coach know and she told me to send something showing that I someone passed or was having a funeral. Ok, no problem, I sent her the obituary, she gave the information... Read More