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Bachelor's

 69

Master's

 81

Doctoral

 76

83% of 13 students said this degree improved their career prospects
62% of 13 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Average Financial Aid: $9,066

Accreditation: Washington State University is acredited by 13 agencies

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Salary Score for Online Degrees at Washington State University

Bachelor's Degrees

Human Development, Family Studies, and Related Services $22,000 $34,566 88
Business Administration, Management and Operations $18,998 $51,507 87
Communication and Media Studies $19,500 $37,884 82
Marketing $20,750 $46,358 78
Social Sciences, General $21,475 $37,484 77
Music $23,250 $30,809 74
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $14,465 $71,866 73
Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied Communication $20,750 $39,530 72
Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology $22,441 $34,926 68
Psychology, General $20,000 $30,834 68
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities $21,500 $36,117 67
Criminal Justice and Corrections $19,750 $37,432 66
History $22,583 $32,136 64
Biological and Physical Sciences $22,405 $34,602 64
Biology, General $18,500 $29,289 64
Hospitality Administration/Management $22,500 $38,870 62
Accounting and Related Services $22,880 $50,187 62
English Language and Literature, General $20,500 $29,808 62
Economics $22,125 $48,686 52
Radio, Television, and Digital Communication $18,500 $29,957 52
Zoology/Animal Biology $19,760 $23,981 48
Public Policy Analysis Not Reported $39,057 45
Anthropology $20,750 $24,161 38
Sociology $19,500 $29,435 37
Political Science and Government $20,500 $31,510 37
Microbiological Sciences and Immunology $21,250 $29,941 32
Ethnic, Cultural Minority, Gender, and Group Studies $26,953 $27,015 31
Fine and Studio Arts Not Reported $21,625 26

Master's Degrees

Agriculture, General $28,974 $70,487 96
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods $32,654 $58,257 94
Engineering-Related Fields Not Reported $111,957 92
Special Education and Teaching Not Reported $58,369 84
Business Administration, Management and Operations $43,378 $90,080 82
Communication and Media Studies $28,786 $57,410 81
Physiology, Pathology and Related Sciences $27,988 $51,289 78
Natural Resources Conservation and Research Not Reported $56,974 77

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NotAHappyCamper

Reviewed: 12/12/2022

Degree: MBA

The WSU online MBA program is a very slow program that is not academically rigorous/challenging. The Online MBA program did not prepare me for a financial career and has not opened many doors. The program is set up and mandates that students may only take one course at a time. Unfortunately there is no way to speed up the program/your graduation as courses are offered on a rolling cycle, meaning that many courses are not offered for months/years. Washington State University does not require the GMAT... Read More

Vince

Reviewed: 1/17/2022

Degree: Anthropology

Absolutely horrible online experience. I took maybe 3 courses here through their Global Campus and can attest to previous claims that this was probably the worst experience of my educational career. Their platform was completely inept and the teachers had NO idea how to teach an online class. I swear it was like a mousehunt just trying to figure out how to open an assignment. No built in links but tons and tons of hyperlinks that had no relation to each other. I can say that the linguistic course... Read More

fukwsu

Reviewed: 8/27/2020

Degree: Accounting

from admissions to financial aid to the classes themselves, transferring to wsu global campus is one of the worst mistakes I've ever made. Many of the courses are literally just an online textbook, homework problems, and exams. And that's the good ones. SO MANY GROUP PROJECTS, and in an online setting the normal problems with that just get magnified. There's no education, you're completely on your own. This is NOT the place to start a new career. I absolutely HATE it.

NSEKEYIMANA JEAN DAMASCENE

Reviewed: 7/15/2019

Degree: Computer Networking

I would like to that if you want some thing good just you go there it.that why i have select this university to complete my dream.in computer system networking and telecommunication.iam happy to be here because education offered by them is quality and respectful most of education services are high and expensive but here is good for all wishs no one has barrier to come in flying of better future education background.

Emily McFadden

Reviewed: 7/1/2018

Degree: Social Sciences

As a busy mom of three, and working fulltime, WSU's online platform provided me with the tools to obtain a quality, affordable degree that I am very proud of. It has given me the foundation to pursue my dreams of attending graduate school where I am currently working towards my doctorate in Occupational Therapy.

Jennifer Kerschbaum

Reviewed: 6/14/2018

Degree: Psychology

WSU has a great undergrad program for psychology, especially for students looking to pursue their degree online. There are a wide variety of courses, and different opportunities to enhance your learning experience through different roles not normally seen in online programs. WSU provides teaching assistant roles, research assistant roles, all of which enhance the learning experience. I was really impressed with my experience with WSU, and would recommend the program to any student, especially those... Read More

Aimee

Reviewed: 3/27/2018

Degree: Liberal Studies

Global campus online school: If you are a single parent, or have other life responsibilities, don't even try. Yvonne Berliner (Women in Latin American history) is unsympathetic to real life issues arising throughout the semester; She's very condescending as well.Teachers are micro-managers-online studies should be more flexible and accommodating to busy adults. The technology used for assignments is antiquated; I had better quality online classes at Lake Wa Technical College. I'm canceling my enrollment-... Read More

just, don't

Reviewed: 1/22/2018

Degree: Accounting

Global Campus is AWFUL. No lectures, a lot of busy work. Teachers aren't helpful, instructions aren't clear, just incredibly time consuming and frustrating. A lot of confusing typos, absolutely no thought put into class design... I transferred in and after one year I'm transferring out.

Bruce

Reviewed: 2/20/2017

Degree: Political Science

Growing up in the northwest provides multiple options for individuals to attend university. Many friends of mine have discussed their experiences at other locations, but they didn't seem to compare to mine at Washington State University (WSU). Like many, I have been forced to fund my undergraduate and graduate studies with little outside help. As such, I worked fulltime while a student at WSU. In order to pursue a bachelors degree, I needed to find a college with a flexible program to allow for such... Read More

Amanda Johnson

Reviewed: 9/19/2016

Degree: Health Sciences

The atmosphere of the school was exactly what I was looking for in an Undergrad institution! The school spirit brought everyone together and the education was first class! People were extremely friendly and the many club opportunities kept me busy networking and improving my chances of getting hired after graduation! I couldn't imagine getting an education anywhere else!