Ashworth College Reviews - Bachelor's in Business

3.74 out of 5 stars
(17 Reviews)
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  • Annual Tuition: Not Provided
79% of 17 students said this degree improved their career prospects
82% of 17 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

1.0 out of 5 stars
Shawn - 10/8/2019
Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2020
"This is the worst school ever. None of the quizes or exams match the reading material at all, in any class. I had one class go under review and never got any results from it, they told me just continue on. How am I supposed to do that when that is the class I need. They make you have a proctor for your semester exams which is the dumbest thing ever. I have been to a few schools and never had to deal with a proctor or a semester exam. When the class is done, that's it, you move on. I dropped out and will never return. Plus they don't accept any money from any financial aid, they refuse FASFA totally and the GI Bill, that's not legal but they get away with it. I would strongly recommend a different school. Go to a school that cares and will take financial aid."
5.0 out of 5 stars
Aaron p - 5/28/2018
Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2017
"If you don't attend Ashworth college this is truly your loss of time and money an education is essential. With extremely hard work I got my bachelors degree in a fraction of the time and a fraction of they money Ashworth you are god sent thanks Ashworth team"
3.7 out of 5 stars
SWIM - 5/17/2018
Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2019
"This school is for you if you're willing to get your hands dirty. Here's a full review. I'm still in process of getting my degree and It's already opening up opportunities for growth and salary increases. the good - 1. National Accredited, and the accrediting agency is recognized by the department of Education. 2. many credit can be transferred, so if I wanted to continue with penn foster or do an MBA with notre dame, the transition would be easy 3.There is a helpful community of students and the student portal is user friendly. 4. they let you go at your own pace 5. the price is low, being a non-profit college The bad 1. no support from staff or teachers, 2. the course materials, although state they've been shipped to me, I never get them 3. ***YOU HAVE TO PAY THE ENTIRE TUITION BEFORE YOU CAN GET YOUR DEGREE. That is my biggest gripe. I didn't realize that in order for me to obtain my diploma, I had to pay off the entire college tuition. for me, that's $3750. That means even after I finish my classes, I have to wait until that is paid off before they release the diploma to me. ***the really good news, or really bad news - depending on your moral compass. 1. you can cheat like crazy - the tests are never updated, so when you take tests, you can open up a new browser window and simply google the question and gets answers from coursehero.com or quizlet, and get 80-100% scores. 2. you can create a fake email and be your own proxy when taking the semester exams 3. the semester exams aren't updated either, so you can google the questions and get solid answers. 4. for a small fee, you can have someone else write your essays. Conclusion - because I never receive the books and materials and virtually no support when asking for help or status on the books; in order to complete the courses in a decent amount of time, I bought a subscription to coursehero and freshessays. I got excellent grades in both assignments and tests, without reading any of the course materials, curriculum, or online reading assignments. I'm at a point where I would rather take full advantage of the schools shortcomings in order to get ahead, since it's clear they are not willing to help me. Is this school for you? If you pay for the college up front, they will treat you well. If you have no moral compass and all you care about is getting that diploma by any means necessary - for the sole purpose of making more money at your job, then this is a great place for you. You can pretty much google your way through the courses with ease."
1.8 out of 5 stars
Student of AC - 4/27/2017
Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2020
"I would not recommend this school to anyone. I do not know if this is even legit. Their websit is not current, as far as testimonials / graduation success / graduation ceremony dates for current year, scholarship availability. The most annoying part of dealing with this school has to be their rude / ghetto/ unprofessional staff who answer their phones day in and day out. Don't ever try to get study assistance, as they do not assist you in anyway, I was once told when enquiring about something I was studying, that "That's what your text book is for, why are you calling us for?" I was so infuriated. If you call management, they are just as useless. I do not know the lady's name, but she is pathetic. They only care about getting your money, nothing to do with your education that you are paying for. If you want little to no support, THIS IS THE SCHOOL FOR YOU! If you want rude service personell... this is the place for you. GO somewhere else and obtain quality service, from people who actually care about you."
5.0 out of 5 stars
Jose Perez - 7/2/2015
Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2012
"Ashworth College has been a great experience for me. I have completed my Bachelor Degree in Business Administration and applied at Capella University and I was accepted and enrolled in Capella's University Masters Degree in Health Care Administration. In most 4-year colleges a Bachelors can cost for then 20k and I just paid 9k for an accredited BA Degree!! Give Ashworth College a chance and you won't regret!!"
5.0 out of 5 stars
KateB - 5/18/2014
Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 1987
"I am currently enrolled in Ashworth College working on my BA in General Business Studies and I LOVE IT!! Ashworth is considered self learning and they are very upfront about it upon enrollment. I have noticed a definite strengthening of academic requirements since my initial enrollment in 2012. I am currently taking my Gen Ed Biology and I have 2 4-page essays to write for this course! I am impressed. I started college back in 1987 as a college prep school graduate---but quickly burnt out. I am finding self learning at home with Ashworth more rewarding and more informative and educational than any brick and mortar school I attended. I love that Ashworth offers a graduation ceremony and I fully intend to walk across that stage in cap, gown and honor cord. I highly recommend Ashworth for the self motivated person who prefers to learn on their own without having to attend classes, lectures etc."
4.5 out of 5 stars
Terrence Tyree - 1/10/2014
Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2011
"Ashworth College enabled me to secure a job making $12,000 more than I was making in my current job. The course material enabled me to learn a lot about the program and be useful in the workplace. Very usable for my career."