Arizona State University Reviews

  • 714 Reviews
  • Tempe (AZ) (and 4 others)
  • Annual Tuition: $19,398 - $29,428
86% of 714 students said this degree improved their career prospects
91% of 714 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Brad Smith
  • Reviewed: 7/18/2013
  • Degree: Performing Arts
"I am in the 3rd year of my doctoral degree. Having done the first two years on campus, I am now hoping to finish my research and final exams this year."
Marretta Mathes
  • Reviewed: 7/15/2013
  • Degree: MBA
"Financial aid and program tuition are always the major concerns of mine when pursuing further education. I wish there was more than student loans available to me, but this does not affect the quality of the education I believe I will receive."
Georgina Apresa
  • Reviewed: 7/12/2013
  • Degree: Information Technology
"Pros fast one year program Cons no personal life for one year"
Dorothy McClure
  • Reviewed: 7/7/2013
  • Degree: Health Sciences
"I am so excited about this major. It is new and should help us keep up with all new health care terrains!"
Kirsten Goodroad
  • Reviewed: 7/3/2013
  • Degree: Social Work
"ASU has so much to offer for graduate programs. Not only this, but they offer the opportunity to receive a dual masters. They are involved in continued research that affects the people which they serve. ASU faculty is hard working, caring, and want to see their students succeed and enjoy the field of their study."
John Bello
  • Reviewed: 6/29/2013
  • Degree: Liberal Arts
"The program is what you make of it. If you don't put in the effort you wont progress and will be back as square one. But the faculty and staff are great. They are always available to talk and discuss my research."
shivam kumar garg
  • Reviewed: 6/13/2013
  • Degree: Computer Science
"college proffesors are highly educated and hellpful, and simply amazing school for post graduation"
Liangcheng Tang
  • Reviewed: 5/24/2013
  • Degree: Computer Science
"pros: there are some popular courses. projects are helpful and interesting. most of professors are very nice cons: need more graduate courses. lack of low level programming courses."
Jessica Williams
  • Reviewed: 5/24/2013
  • Degree: Communications (Speech Pathology)
"My graduate program has great access to resources within ASU's clinic and outside resources. There are many internship opportunities to gain hands-on experience and to apply what we are learning in the classroom. Our professors are competent and have actually worked in the field before they came back to teach so they provide real world examples."
Andrew Yacoub
  • Reviewed: 5/22/2013
  • Degree: Accounting
"I believe Arizona state Taxation program is one of the most highly regarded tax programs available today. I enjoy going here, and look forward to seeing the new building this summer. The pros of the campus are the easy accessibility, the diversity of the faculty and student peers, the quality lectures of the educators, and the synergy between the students and the teachers. The lack of a need to push for support networks. Teachers want to be involved, but lack of effort is visible."
Mark Saraficio
  • Reviewed: 5/16/2013
  • Degree: Teaching
"One of the best components of this program is that it is a master's and teacher certification program. We are given courses that provide us with the knowledge of managing classrooms and student behavior, modifying and accommodating lessons for English Language Learners, and more importantly, teaching in the most engaging and effective way. Each course is taught by a professional who has years of teaching experience. Every student is also required to complete a year of clinical internship before student teaching. This internship basically allows the student to observe the different teaching styles and methods for classroom management at a junior high or high school. No doubt, the program certainly prepares a student for a teaching career. The only pros about this program are that classes are held at night and classes continue throughout the summer."
Katelynne Pellick
  • Reviewed: 5/16/2013
  • Degree: Accounting
"I believe that the Master of Accountancy program is great for students that want to become a CPA. This field is always in demand and the profession is ever evolving. The WP Carey School of Business at Arizona State University is top notch. The faculty is always there for support and the students come together to create a sense of community."
Kelly Austermann
  • Reviewed: 5/16/2013
  • Degree: Performing Arts
"ASU graduates have a high success rate in earning college level teaching positions. ASU is still very expensive even with scholarships!"
Claudia Ruiz
  • Reviewed: 5/15/2013
  • Degree: Social Sciences
"This is such a unique program, since it's really the only of its kind. The classes offered are diverse although some of the subjects are a bit unexpected."
Chareka Daniel
  • Reviewed: 5/8/2013
  • Degree: Fine Arts
"Arizona State University is an overall amazing University. My program provides opportunities for students to thrive and succeed. I love that there is freedom to be who you are and that you don' have to conform to what the faculty think you should be. Public Transportation is reliable and affordable. I love that my faculty pushes me to be the best I can be. They honor creativity and diversity. The con is that I wish there was a little more diversity. There aren't many minorities. I also wish they was a little more funding for the graduate students."
Jason Maarsingh
  • Reviewed: 5/8/2013
  • Degree: Biology
"The benefits conferred to me while completing my M.S. in Biology are the prestige of School of Life Sciences at ASU (ranked 13th in the nation) and the quality of resources I have access to at my lab in the Biodesign Institute. Arizona State University is a veritable community of its own and with this comes ever more resources (multiple libraries, eateries, health services, etc.). The downfall to my graduate program is the reduced funding offered to masters students as, according to numerous professors and scholastic professionals, these programs in the life sciences are a waning breed, even though these same academic leads agree with the value of a masters degree."
Rida Abbasi
  • Reviewed: 4/29/2013
  • Degree: Accounting
"The W.P. Carey School of Business is ranked high and I feel that the graduate program will prove to be very beneficial in my career. Arizona State University's business school also provides an opportunity to connect with a lot of public accounting firms and potential companies that you can work for."
Grant Deering
  • Reviewed: 4/27/2013
  • Degree: Non-Profit Management
"I have just started the path as a Sun Devil. As of now I can tell you that I am impressed by the size of classes, the support and friendliness of the staff in the non-profit department, and the comprehensiveness of the academic program. As with many graduate programs, there isn't much financial aid offered but I am grateful for what I am receiving. While parking is very expensive in the downtown area I am impressed by the convenience of bus and metro provisions by the university and it makes traveling convenient. The surrounding downtown area is a little intimidating but ASU does a great job of creating community of the downtown campus and if community is what you seek then the Tempe campus has an abundance of community, diversity, and social life. Overall, this Californian turned Arizonan is overjoyed with my move to attend Arizona State University."
Brett Nebeker
  • Reviewed: 4/22/2013
  • Degree: Business
"The W. P. Carey School of Business is a phenomenal business school that gives students great career opportunities. I was able to get six internships during my undergraduate program, and already have numerous full-time offers for after my grad school graduation. I highly recommend W. P. Carey to anyone considering either an undergraduate or graduate degree in business."
James B.
  • Reviewed: 4/19/2013
  • Degree: Social Work
"I graduated in 2010 with an Interdisciplinary Studies degree. My concentrations were Social Work and Religious Studies. Although the instruction in the online IDS classes was good I graduated with few job prospects. I really have no one to blame but myself. I was interested in Social Work but did not want to go the traditional route. Believing that IDS would offer an expanded breadth of knowledge that would make me a more attractive hire to the Social Service providers I was interested in I went that route.My recommendation is this: do your homework if you don't know exactly what job your degree will qualify you for; do not assume that it will qualify you for anything. Part of the issue was cuts, to federal funding, which fund most of the social service programs. These cuts took place during my 3rd and 4th year of school, which greatly decreased the number of social service jobs available and lowered the pay for those jobs."