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Western Governors University
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Average reviewer salary: $55,000

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Degree: Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods, Other
Graduation Year: 2016
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WGU's administration is absolutely awful. It's a nightmare trying to get anything accomplished. The school prides themselves on being different, yet they're just like every other big institution: inefficient and incompetent.

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Degree: English/Language Arts Teacher Education
Graduation Year: 2013
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Before signing up with WGU, I looked online for reputable online programs. Many universities were offering MBA-type programs, but not many public or private schools were offering education degrees. Most seemed like degree mills that mostly wanted my money. I had no trouble buying into WGU's philosophy; demonstrate competence, work at my own pace, become an expert in my field, and graduate with a real degree that will help my career. I had an excellent mentor (Anita!) and almost a year later, I still look back at my experience with WGU with fondness. It was hard work, but I had a lot of online support, lots of clear instructions, and plenty to do to sharpen my skills. Meanwhile, I've been promoted, had my degree recognized by schools (as it is regionally accredited and National Board certified) and even turned my master's thesis into a published academic article. If you're interested in WGU for the education department, I can say that I am very impressed with the learning I was able to do for the price. I'm currently enrolled in a different M.Ed. program but I'm not as happy with it - even though my current school is more recognized. Go figure :) Good luck and trust in WGU. I'm currently

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WGU a great career booster!
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Degree: Management Science
Graduation Year: 2014
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WGU is the right college for the working professional. Many resources to help learn the material and gain competency. The learning communities supply great resources as well.

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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2013
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The student and course mentors were great, when I had questions or issues, I always felt that they were on my side.

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Easy and cheap degree
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Degree: Nursing Education
Graduation Year: 2013
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The RN-BSN program is a cakewalk. I would give "0" stars if I could for quality of instruction if I could because WGU does not employ instructors- rather "course mentors" that did not truly help and seemed to only monitor the student message boards and post the rare Q&A to attempt to involve students. My degree helped my career and I would recommend it to others because it was so easy and cheap. It was basically a series of CLEP tests compared to a full 16-week semester at a regular university. Very few stars given overall because I honestly don't feel as if I learned any new information other than becoming the APA formatting queen. Will be going elsewhere for my Master's degree for a more challenging education

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David - 27 days ago

The quality of instruction you referred to is misleading. Like many other schools are going to, the approach in the school is "competency based", not instructional based. You don't have instructors because you are proving what you already know or learning on your own and then proving that you have a core competency.

If you didn't understand this going in then I can understand your confusion. This university is not for those who need course time to learn the subject matter, this is designed for career adults who have already mastered the subject matter and want to formalize it in the form of a degree.

There is still a lot of learning that can happen here, but not in the traditional manner.

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M Gibson - 21 days ago

If you are actually earning a post-secondary degree to "learn something," you're obviously going for the wrong reason. If you really wanted to learn about a subject, you would be doing that throughout your entire life. They grant you a degree for demonstrating your knowledge, for however a short a time you remember, when taking a test. You cannot learn anything in school that you cannot learn out of school. Go ask Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg. But if you're so undisciplined that you need someone in the front of a physical classroom regurgitating a textbook for hours at 10 times the cost of learning on your own, a traditional brick and mortar school is definitely for you.

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Lennet Thompson - 21 days ago

Wow I feel like you are being attacked by these comments. Not every school format is for everyone. M Gibson why are you on here if you don't believe in higher education. I am glad to know that this format is designed to test your knowledge rather than teaching something new. I prefer the latter that doesn't mean that this model is not suitable for others.

WGU Worked Out Great For Me
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Degree: Education, Other
Graduation Year: 2014
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WGU is non profit so not as expensive and I like the way their program works. I had a student mentor that called me weekly the first six months then bi-weekly after. She helped me set goals and provided a lot of encouragement and assistance. Whenever I was having a problem I could count on her to either help me herself or get someone else at the university that was moire knowledgeable about my specific dilemma. You can get your Masters in two years. Semesters are 6 months and you work on a certain number of classes during that six months at your own pace. I heard about one student that finished all his requirements in less than a year, but it took me the full two years. As long as you finish all the classes, called CU's, you commit to taking each semester you can take as long or short a time as you need. I was working on a Masters in High School Math Education and I had an education class I finished in two weeks but I also had a math class that took me two months to get through. But I did it!! The classes are all pass/fail so your overall GPA will not show any real changes. Rather than conventional "tests" there are tasks you complete for each class. When you submit a task, it is reviewed and if changes are needed you work on it to fix it until it is correct. If you run into a problem, and just can't get past a task, there are course mentors that will provide guidance to get you on the right track. My diploma was mailed today. I cannot wait to get it

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James - 12 days ago

Tina, I was looking at this same program and am wondering what kind of depth these courses go. For instance, Calculus I, II, and III have the exact same course descriptions that my undergraduate classes took 13 years ago. What kind of assignments/assessments do they really ask of you? How many papers did you have to write?

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The assignments are tasks that you complete and are sometimes pretty intensive. You do not just do a lot of problems and take an exam. You have to truly understand what the assignments are all about and explain the answers in depth. If your report is not thorough enough or is missing information you will get it back and have to resubmit it until it is correct. Each course has a different number of tasks. I guess average is maybe 5. I really learned a lot.

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Degree: Early Childhood Education and Teaching
Graduation Year: 2015
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Through my careful search for the right school, Western Governors University was the only school that met all my requirements. The school I would choose had to offer the degree of my choice; it had to have proper accreditation; and it had to be affordable. Not only does WGU meet the criterion, it exceeds all my expectations! Let me explain how. First, I wanted a school that offered the specific degree of my choice: Early Childhood Education. Many schools offer a wide variety of degree programs. But looking further, I also realized that most of the concentrations within the degrees offered are generalized. For example, if you are interested in education, most schools offer only one concentration in this field of study: Elementary education. Furthermore, this is the degree they will try their hardest to enroll you in. Whether or not you want to specialize in math or Special Education, or any other concentration, is not their concern. Western Governors University has an extensive Teachers College that offers nine pre-licensure bachelor’s degrees and four pre-licensure master’s degrees! (www.wgu.edu) In addition to this list are many post-licensure degrees, also offered in the Teachers College. This is unprecedented in many other online schools! Secondly, I wanted a school that is properly accredited, and would offer me a degree and / or licensure that would be recognized by my state’s Department of Education. Western Governors University not only has online accreditation, it is also accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). Additionally, incorporated in their “online teacher licensure programs includes student teaching in an actual classroom, ensuring you’ll have the skills and know-how to handle a classroom of your own” (www.wgu.edu). Once you have completed your degree at WGU, you have nothing else to do but start your career! With the rising cost of education, my final concern was affordability. Although it seems inevitable, I did not want to incur thousands of dollars in student loans. Fortunately, that was not the case with Western Governors University! I am excited to say that not only is WGU extremely affordable, as a full-time student, you can pay your tuition without student loans or financial aid assistance! Note that financial aid is available if you qualify. Educating children is a wonderful career to pursue. Not only is it personally fulfilling, your participation will be part of the building blocks to a solid educational foundation for the children of our country’s future. While achieving your degree, the last thing you need is additional pressure to attend classes in a brick-and-mortar institution. Moreover, according to an article in Bloomberg BusinessWeek News, math and science teachers are in great demand! Being able to attend a school that offers plenty of specialized concentrations such as teaching in math, science, and Special Education can keep you motivated knowing that the degree you are seeking is valuable and comes with merit.

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April Snyder - 16 days ago

Please send me information on the RN to BSN program.

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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2010
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WGU is basically a way for people to get a degree without having to do all that messy school work. I can't quite comprehend the people who have said the program is hard; for me it was just a matter of doing a few hours of work a week and I managed to finish about 100 credits in three semesters (1 1/2 years). Several of the courses you can pass by passing a single multiple-choice test. If you're good at figuring out tests, you can easily get through those classes by skimming through the textbook, getting a basic understanding of the material, and sometimes just guessing. Other courses are passed by doing a handful of assignments. I don't think I had a single class that required more than, say, 10 hours of work to finish these assignments. The assignments I turned in were almost never rejected by the graders. If they were rejected, it was only for minor corrections that took a few minutes. The final capstone project (that was supposedly 9 credits) took me all of a week to complete. So the college saves you money by not employing professors. They have "course mentors" who are basically useless. Each class has a message board where students can post questions, and the course mentors theoretically give them assistance. I never used them for help because I never needed it, but a few times I would respond to other students' questions because the mentors would completely ignore them and not give any help, and I just felt bad for the students who were struggling. Despite what WGU claims, the degree does not seem to be taken seriously by employers. I never got anywhere near a position related to my degree; I had maybe one interview for an accounting clerk job which I didn't get. I eventually just gave up trying to get an accounting job. I will give my degree one bit of praise: I was able to get into graduate school (a real school, not WGU) with it. Though I suspect that my application was approved despite my degree, not because of it. (It's not an accounting program, for what it's worth.) I saw one review on here that stated the person had received a master's degree in three months. Others have finished a bachelor's degree in one semester (six months). I have to ask: do you really think that getting a degree in that short period of time means anything? There's no way that you could have learned anything substantive in a few months. WGU is part of the problem with higher education in this country - institutions granting degrees without actually teaching anything devalues the legitimate education that is pursued by people at universities with actual professors. WGU is at least better than the for-profit online schools like University of Phoenix, in that it costs students a lot less money to get a degree that isn't worth the paper it's printed on. But that's a very low bar.

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Tanya - about 1 month ago

I believe you get out of your education what you put into it. I had a wonderful experience with WGU. It reminds me of a trade (for nursing), to be eligible to pursue a higher degree in the nursing program, you must be working as a nurse. EVERYTHING I learned in a course I was immediately applying to my place of work. By the time I graduated, I changed a hospital policy, joined 2 committees, and did multiple education presentations. I have another degree in a different area from a brick and mortar school and I laugh....I was 17 years old when I began and graduated at 20, I partied often and missed many classes and was on the president's list. I had a degree, but knew basics. Again, an individual has to want to learn and apply the knowledge to be successful and WGU gives you everything to help you excel.

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Rob Thomas - 28 days ago

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"I saw one review on here that stated the person had received a master's degree in three months. Others have finished a bachelor's degree in one semester (six months). I have to ask: do you really think that getting a degree in that short period of time means anything?"

How do you know that they were not close to graduation already? I have 120 SH from "real" schools (retired Army took classes when ever I could) but when I checked into "real" schools, I had to take anywhere from 15-45 SH, when I eventually enrolled at a "real" school to get a degree I had to take 30 SH because they would not transfer all the credit because it was to old or some other reason.

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M P - 22 days ago

I am not sure if the school has changed or not since you went but I am definitely learning a lot in my Special Education Bachelor's program. I started last year in July after receiving my associate's from a community college. I have passed all of my seven national and state teaching certification exams because of what I have learned at WGU. I also went into the classroom for the first time this week and was happy to see that the strategies being used by the teachers were the same strategies I had learned so I was able to jump right in to helping the students. I have started great lesson plans that WGU gave me the knowledge to write.

As far as the mentors, which all do have professor credentials, have been great as well. I have my advisor, or student mentor as they call her, who contacts me every couple weeks to check on my status. The course mentors, or professors, set up online sessions to go over assignments more in depth which have been great to get a better feel for what is expected for lessons I am writing. They are also available every day to set up phone calls or online chats if a student needs further assistance.

I will say that some of the assignments have been pretty quick to complete, but I have had many more that take a bit more effort than a couple hours. I have one task this semester that involves observing a lesson, creating a lesson, giving the lesson after teacher feedback, creating assessments, and four papers that go with the task; this is only one of the ten tasks for the course. I have gotten a good education from WGU and plan to use them for my master's.

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S B - 18 days ago

This review is very helpful. I had my doubts about this school because they don't have actual professors, no credits, odd grading system and they allow you to go at your own pace. most importantly I have never heard of them. I wanted to know how it all worked once you were in and how challenging these were. So thank you very much for the brutal honesty.

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David - 15 days ago

If you just want to pass a course with no hassles, and not have to worry about actually learning anything, then WGU is for you. If you want a real education, one that will challenge you, then you need a real college. I have been the laughing stock of the teaching industry in Oregon because I went to WGU. It is so easy that you don't even need to read the required curricula to pass. I did my student teaching in January of this year, and when I go into the classroom I found that they had given me none of the tools necessary to teach. They are a joke. They don't even have educators at WGU, no professors, only mentors who are absolutely useless. Now the hard part. In order to teach in another state, you must first get licensed in Utah, and then transfer to your state of choice. WGU will tell you how easy and painless it is, The states don't want WGU students as teachers, and have found ways to discourage it. Most school districts in Oregon will not even accept them into a cohort program for their student teaching. Save your money. Go to a real college of education, and get a real teaching degree. The WGU method is intended for Pinocchio, and not real boys.

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Degree: Education, Other
Graduation Year: 2013
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I have read many online reviews about WGU and this website is of no exception. I graduated from the MBA program and I will clearly say this university is no paper mill every class is a challenge. I however will say if WGU continues to do nothing to ensure academic integrity as one reviewer pointed out then it certainly will become a paper mill in the long run. The fact that WGU does not change its course study material and paper outlines at least once a year troubles me. I am seeing many reviews from students who say the finished this MBA in 3 months! My response is are you kidding me? 3 months to research and write over 1000 pages of absolutely perfect research paper submissions and projects. Wow to me you people are either cheating or Clark Kent any way a hearty congrats to you. The one review where the student states you can purchase papers from other students is absolutely credible as I have looked into it. I have to say this greatly disturbs me and destroys the credibility and integrity of WGU's programs. I have to ask the question of why? It would take little from WGU to prevent and stop this from occurring. In addressing the course mentor claims of paid commissions yes it's true as i am friends with my mentor even after graduation and he spilled the beans. In addition it is also true the student mentors know nothing about your courses and they can't contribute any useful information. In addressing the course mentor issues I do not get this because I received helpful feedback from every course mentor that I contacted and the online web seminars are extremely helpful. The question of whether WGU hires it's own previous graduates is easily answered they do my mentor was a previous graduate and in fact being a graduate actually provides you more leverage in getting a interview I have been told. The degree is beautiful on quality paper with blue and gold trim with WGU printed in the background a hard earned treasure indeed. In addressing whether or not DBA or PHD programs at other institutions will accept your degree, absolutely yes! I don't know where some of the folks get their information but they are wrong. WGU is not for the weak minded nor the faint of heart if you need your hand held this place is not for you. In addressing the GPA issue and this I myself have issues with WGU states the student must demonstrate a B or better in every course to receive a pass folks a B in my many years of college experience is a 3.0 GPA I think that this is WGU biggest mistake and has pushed many perspective students to other institutions. Why! competition people I know I was a much better student than a 3.0 because I worked hard to perfect every paper and received top marks in every evaluation however I can't prove it nor can I show any perspective employer that I was an above average student, average student nor can I show I was only a poor student. I am not happy with this section of the WGU institution. The transcripts are not very helpful to any employer and in retrospect to one review when you proceed to apply for any state position that requires a graduate degree or to any teaching position or to any institution of higher learning for acceptance and you certainly you will see that your transcripts matter. I am happy and proud of my MBA from WGU I earned it. I would not however recommend this university to anyone who had a C average in a traditional college or to any one who can't self teach themselves and or have never attended any online classes. In closing and to come strait to the point, I believe if WGU makes some very necessary adjustments that it could truly be the college of tomorrow and the GPA / Transcript and the academic integrity issues should be at the top of their list.

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Marcos - about 1 month ago

I would say that WGU has been a diploma mill for the past several years. One of my co-workers started working on his BS at WGU, and his English class is a perfect example of the low standard this institution has. He wrote one mediocre English paper and got an "A" for the class...enough said.

Tough but equally Awesome !
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Degree: Education, Other
Graduation Year: 2014
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Awesome university backed with amazing learning resources and best practices in education. I completed my MBA-IT management in 6 months of time. I must say it was tough, you need to spend a lot of time in analyzing the problem statement. But with the help of very proactive and supportive course mentors it becomes easy and your weaknesses start becoming you strength. I would always recommend this university to everyone.

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