Wayland Baptist University
Average Financial Aid: $7,974
Accreditation: Wayland Baptist University is acredited by 4 agencies
Salary Score for Online Degrees at Wayland Baptist University
|Criminal Justice and Corrections||$16,481||$55,876||100|
|Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities||$17,734||$42,929||90|
|Business Administration, Management and Operations||$25,925||$49,879||82|
|Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods||$22,174||$35,125||42|
|Business Administration, Management and Operations||$38,230||$58,081||28|
The program will not help you to get a job. Most employers find doctorates to be over qualified. I did not see the point of attending this school. I didn't learn very much. The entire process was very confusing and stressful for me and many of the other students.
Degree: Business Administration
This school is not Military Friendly. I believe they cost way to much. They have fees for online exams and everything. It so many extra cost on this school. Unlike AMU where if you go to training the teacher can wait for you to come back where you can pick up where you left off. This school give you an incomplete and you have to wait unit the next term to complete your class. A total waste of time. With AMU I had a 4.0 still have it with this school I have a 2.0 because I miss an exam and tried to... Read More
I found Wayland Baptist University to be the ideal fit for me as a non-traditional student. As a single parent working full time I had very little time left for myself. Having the option to take online classes allowed me the flexibility to pursue my degree without taking time away from my children while dashing across town to be in time for class. The instructors at Wayland all seemed to be experienced in delivering effective course content online and each of them seemed fully engaged with their... Read More
I took most of my classes online, but also took a few at two of the campuses in Alaska. Every experience was good, from the administrative staff to the professors. I learned a lot and it was all relatively easy and painless.