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Waldorf University

16 Reviews

Salary Score

Bachelor's

 80

Master's

 29

Doctoral

N/A

92% of 16 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 16 students said they would recommend this school to others

Salary Score for Waldorf University

Associate's Degrees

Fire Protection $12,456 $67,267 90

Bachelor's Degrees

Criminal Justice and Corrections $25,204 $50,817 99
Human Resources Management and Services $17,050 $58,151 98
Health and Medical Administrative Services $23,625 $52,459 95
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods Not Reported $41,470 87
Fire Protection $18,365 $74,071 81
Quality Control and Safety Technologies/Technicians $20,312 $65,975 79
Psychology, General $23,016 $31,432 72
Homeland Security $25,000 $54,510 67
Business/Commerce, General $23,038 $44,915 56
Communication and Media Studies Not Reported $30,024 34

Master's Degrees

Business Administration, Management and Operations $28,356 $58,706 29

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Mike

Reviewed: 4/10/2022

Degree: Human Resources

Earned both my my undergrad Jan 2021 and wrapping up my graduate degree in October of 2022 at Waldorf. It’s been a challenge working full time within a Fortune 500 at a director level but it’s definitely been worth it. Classes are tough …. professors are great and the knowledge earned is invaluable. I highly recommend Waldorf. In January I begin a PhD at Liberty University. I don’t know who posted that one ⭐️, but that person is way off base. My experiences have been phenomenal!

Beci

Reviewed: 1/21/2020

Degree: Psychology

Waldorf University is great. The workload is very manageable. Most week's assignments are a 500 word paper ( 2 pages excluding cover sheet and references) Some people get tripped up on APA, I did all of the margins/measurements/fonts only one time then used it as a template. The teachers are beyond nice and would allow late work if you needed to. The hardest thing about enrolling was not being able to see the syllabus first. I would take two classes at a time and hope that I had one "easy" class... Read More

Jason

Reviewed: 6/19/2019

Degree: Organizational Leadership

Waldorf is Awesome! I earned my undergraduate degree here then got accepted into Southeastern Oklahoma State’s MBA program, but after a semester I came back to Waldorf. The professors are all great, give constructive feedback, and really want you to learn and succeed. The online platform is very user/friendly and never had any technical issues. The tuition is really fair compared to many other schools. I recommend this to any and all. Go Warriors!

5H4N3

Reviewed: 1/31/2019

Degree: Occupational Safety

I was a 100% online student. I took two classes every 8 weeks. I loved the fast pace of the school, plus you are taking the same total number of hours in a calendar year as in a brick and mortar university, except you get to really focus on the two classes at a time and not 5 or 6 classes/subjects every 4 months. It takes about 20-25 hours a week of study to do the readings and to write a paper every week. So you better know how to put your thoughts onto the page, and how to create a power point.... Read More

Dalton

Reviewed: 9/8/2018

Degree: Occupational Safety

After going to APUS, Waldorf was a breathe of fresh air! Classes are organized and the professors are wonderful! Also, I was greatful for how challenging the classes were. Most online programs are way to easy and you do not learn much from the program.

Happy Camper

Reviewed: 7/5/2018

Degree: MBA in Organizational Leadership

Great school! I was allowed to double up on my courses during my graduate program due to my GPA, which I completed in 18 months. I enjoyed my time at Waldorf University in part due to the staff. I would recommend Waldorf online program to anyone seeking a higher education while working a full-time job.

Kelly

Reviewed: 6/20/2018

Degree: Occupational Safety

This is an outstanding university, top to bottom. As with most things in life, good communication makes all the difference. The Waldorf staff are very organized and do great with communicating upcoming events, reminders for deadlines and other miscellaneous requirements. Occasionally in online schooling, you would expect some hiccups due to internet outages, personal situations or emergencies. Each time I needed help, my Waldorf professor worked with me. I am so appreciative of the fantastic professors... Read More

Amelia

Reviewed: 11/11/2017

Degree: Psychology

This was the greatest experience I believe one could have for online schooling. Majority of my professors were excellent and the courses were insightful. All of my courses helped develop and equip me for the next phase in my life. One minor glitch is the timing in which they predict you will need to accomplish the assignments, you need at least 20 hours per course per week, so it is not easy to complete a degree on line if you are a working adult.

Kissa

Reviewed: 7/3/2017

Degree: Organizational Leadership

Waldorf University is the best college to attend. I mean if I had known any better on how schools operate before this school I located last-year. Trust me, this is the number one school that students need to attend and the reason why? because the tuition is outstanding and it is included with your books and I mean no book grants, because everything included in your tuition, which will be $975 that's with a %10 discount a class and other schools are $1600 and up. Yeah will tell everyone about this... Read More

Natanael Ulien

Reviewed: 2/27/2017

Degree: Business Administration

One of the things I appreciate with Waldorf is the support established to help students succeed in the course; however, there is no career guidance. After my degree I did not have any idea of the opportunities in my field of studies. It would be great to have someone who advises students about career paths in their fields, so that they can get a job after graduation.