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Strayer University
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strayer university is bad.
Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2015
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Please, do not go to Strayer. I started strayer in 2012 and they told me everything was going to be great. But that was a lie, I just find out that their degrees is worthless and when I asked for my transcript, they told me that I own them 2102.00. Really Strayer? This is not right. I don't know how I'm going to get this money to pay them. Don't be like me and let them fool you.

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Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2016
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My Bachelor's and Associate's degrees are both from brick and mortar schools. When I decided to go back to school for my MBA, I quickly realized that the 4-month semesters at the traditional brick and mortar university were not working for me. In the traditional university's MBA program, I also felt out of place, being a tenured professional in a class full of full-time students who do not have jobs and who are completely dependent on their parents. After I took a couple classes at Strayer, I realized that it was the right type of program for me because it caters to adult professionals who are in the workforce. Matter of fact, Strayer holds its classes in my place of employment because there is a lot of interest. Strayer offers classes online, in case you move out of the area or your schedule no longer permits for face-to-face class instruction. I prefer to attend class in person. I appreciate the 12-week sessions at Strayer, compared to the 16-week semesters at more traditional schools. Those last 4 weeks seem like an eternity. I know this because at one time, I was taking a class at Strayer and a class at a traditional school, simultaneously! Overall, my education thusfar at Strayer has been excellent. I'm being taught by professionals who work in the field in which they teach. Strayer uses "BlackBoard" for posting assignments and grades online, and it's very easy to use. I'm happy w/my choice to pursue my MBA at Strayer.


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