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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2013

As a working professional, this course of study fit well into my work/life schedule. The course material is broad and, like anything, you will get out of it whatever you put into it. That being said, the courses are well structured and offer a good deal of insight into business. Though I had a wealth of business experience prior to participating in this degree program, this program offered knowledge beyond what I experienced as a working professional. I love this school and highly recommend the degree programs.

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Degree: Science & Math
Graduation Year: 2014

The BSN program has many mentors and they will assist you with any difficulties. I highly recommend the program and encourage all Nurses wanting to further their education and opportunities. I continued the program non-stop and finished my MSN degree. Highly recommend this program for all working Nurses. The degree is well respected and I became a MSN degreed College Nursing Faculty as soon as I graduated. Good luck!!!

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Degree: Health/Health Care Administration/Management
Graduation Year: 2017

This program is difficult because of the amount of applied math involved. That being said, there is no reward without hard work from the student. Love this University. Attended brick and mortar for my first two years and this was a good transition. Not for the traditional student. If you have work, family, obligations, and can discipline yourself to put in the hours and effort, then this will be a good experience.

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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2017

I graduated with a bachelor's degree in business management. The mentors were extremely helpful. The classes were well put together and high quality. The program is low cost especially if you can do a significant number of credits per term. The faculty was very competent and supportive. The assignments were actually very helpful. I would highly recommend this school for self-driven busy students.

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Degree: MBA in Technology Management
Graduation Year: 2017

Excellent school. The mentor's really help you move along and ensure you pass each course. I just graduated (2017) with a degree in MBA IT. I also used my Post 911 GI Bill and had no issues in payments (one of the reasons I chose this school; had good financial aid reviews).

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Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2015

WGU was a great stepping stone. The course work was challenging and the teachers were more than happy to help. Since I attended online, the schedule was very flexible. The best part about this University was the flat fee for 6 months of tuition. I was able to take as many classes as I wanted and the fee was the same, all book were included. I really enjoyed attending Western Governors University and would recommend it for any self-motivated learner.

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Degree: Italian Language and Literature
Graduation Year: 2017

YOUR CREDITS AT WGU FOR THE MOST PART, WILL NOT BE RECOGNIZED BY MOST UNIVERSITIES. Example, lower level electives are 50-70% ok to transfer from WGU, but all major courses will be given zero credit. SO please understand unlike any other university, you can never leave and go to another school unless you are OK with starting over and paying again.

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Degree: Italian Language and Literature
Graduation Year: 2017

If your self-motivated with decent reading comprehension this is the school for you. You work at your own pace and can complete a degree as quickly as your able to digest the material. If your expecting hand holding or someone to read the material to you go somewhere else as you will fail at WGU.

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Degree: Educational Administration and Supervision, Other
Graduation Year: 2016

Western Governors University was an excellent school to obtain my BA in Educational Studies. The student and teacher mentors there are very hands on and provide ample assistance in obtaining your goals. It is a convenient way to do school for the young, new student all the way to the working full time parent kind of student. The school as a whole is very pleasant to work with including the financial aid department, admissions, and student records. Their website is user-friendly and I can find the documents that I need with little effort, and all of their online documents and processes are streamlined and easy to use. In addition to a wonderful undergraduate experience, they have a wonderful alumni program with access to a plethora of wonderful benefits. I very highly recommend this school!

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Degree: MBA in Information Systems
Graduation Year: 2015

I graduated from WGU with a MBA in Information Technology. I received a technical bachelor degree from the University of Washington. Having gone through the experience of getting a degree from a traditional college and then one from an online university, I have to say WGU is not for everyone. WGU is a school for people who are very self motivated and don't need much hand holding. The course is also not easy. I will be honest, it took me 2.5 years to get my MBA IT degree and that is because I had to take Financial Analysis and Strategic Management twice. Financial Analysis in my opinion was the hardest class in the entire program and it kicked my butt. If you can pass that class you can pass any of the other classes. Would I recommend WGU to folks? No I wouldn't since most people want the full college experience. If you only care about the education and forgo the parties/social life that accompany the true college experience, then you should give WGU a chance. It won't be easy but for sure you'll learn a lot. Also WGU don't have the branding compared to elite schools, so if you care about that then the school isn't for you. Lastly, from my personal experience (which I hope is just me) I didn't really see much of an impact to my salary or career growth after getting my MBA from WGU. I hope I am the exception not the norm.

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