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University of Phoenix Reviews

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5.0

Pros

Flexible class hours, Good teachers

Other comments

You get out of any certificate or degree what you put into it. I believe I got the best that the school had to offer because I worked hard to receive it.

5.0

Pros

Flexible class hours, Good teachers, Hands-on training

Other comments

Must be able to work with a group, quick learner, read and listen to lecture, also watch how to videos on how to use MS project, visio and the constant PMP training. Tons of hands on experience

5.0

Pros

Flexible class hours, Good teachers

Cons

lack of help with a job find

Other comments

it was great to have class mates help as a group to present papers. the research was fun and we studied at each others home . working adults from different background gave it a nice mix of input.

3.0

Pros

Flexible class hours, Good career preparation

Cons

Condensed courses make it challenging to absorb complex information.

Other comments

Good for people who have a full time career trying to further their education. Classes are condensed into a few weeks rather a few months for regular universities, so the workload and studying is condensed as well.

5.0

Pros

Great teachers and 1-on-1 teaching available

Other comments

Good combination of group and individual learning. Group projects/papers with each person having a part of the presentations. Each group meets twice a week and one day classroom for 3hrs. Extra time is required to do homework and prepare for weekly presentation.

3.0

Pros

Flexible class hours

Cons

Not worth the cost, Lack of career services, Lack of career preparation

Other comments

Some set backs, clearance and other items that are done prior to starting this program at other schools were not taken care of. I was left in a waiting period and none of the coursework I took transferred to other universities. Would have cost me more money to start over at a new school.

4.0

Pros

convenient for working adults.

Cons

maybe a longer classes?

4.0

Pros

Most of the teachers they had were very good and cared about their students. They would take extra time with you when asked to. Counselors were always available by phone or walk-in to office.

Cons

Help students when they get into the groups in class to keep from having people who don't help out with the assignments, but take the credit. Screen students and maybe make them sign an agreement that they would do everything the teacher asked the students to complete. Ethics was a huge issue when I was completing my classes.

4.0

Pros

evaluated prior schooling and military experience for college requirements.

Cons

nothing

Other comments

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