Argosy University Online Reviews - Human Resources

1.0 out of 5 stars
(1 Reviews)
  • Phoenix (AZ)
  • Annual Tuition: $13,704
0% of 1 students said this degree improved their career prospects
0% of 1 students said they would recommend this program to others
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1.0 out of 5 stars
Sherrice Hodge - 7/8/2013
Degree: Human Resources
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"Before I start, let me just say that I'm currently enrolled at Argosy University with a 3.81 GPA, so I'm not a student that is failing and wants to bash the school. My issue with the school is the lack of knowledge that the instructors have in a specific area. If I'm taking a course in Business Information Systems, then I expect to have an instructor that is specialized in that field of study. I shouldn't have to beg instructors to do their job by making sure that I'm actually grasping the material presented before me. Every course that I have taken, I have had to teach myself the material. Why am I paying a school, if I'm just going to teach myself anyways. Heck, they should be paying me for going to this school. My academic counselor acts like she understands but it just seems like she's reading a script when it regards certain issues. Today, I had an instructor call me and basically tell me that until I achieve the level of education that she has, I shouldn't be critiquing her teaching technique. I guess the instructors feel that they are superior to their students. Today was definitely the last straw for me with this school. After this course ends, I will not continue my education at this school. If you're considering this school, please, please do your research. Try and find students that have attended or are currently enrolled and ask them about their experience. Ask what degree they are pursuing, what GPA do they have, ask about the instructors style of teaching, and most importantly make sure that the school's accreditation meets your requirement just in case you have to transfer to another school."
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