Ashworth College Reviews of Bachelor's in Business Administration

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Reviews - Bachelor's in Business Administration

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Jay Mack
  • Reviewed: 8/6/2021
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I don't understand all the bad reviews. I have had nothing but a great experience with Ashworth. Their customer service is always friendly, I never needed a textbook (they are all online), and I can finish the course quickly. I currently have 3 courses open and can complete them all within the next 2-3 months. You get a nice discount if you pay for the whole semester at once which I really like. The only bad thing I can say about them is that I still have not received the hard copy of my Associate's Degree which I completed in November of last year. But after asking they have said they will send it out again and have called to verify my address. If you are able to study on your own and do not need encouragement or guidance, I would recommend Ashworth."
Jacqueline Lopez
  • Reviewed: 6/3/2021
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I absolutely love Ashworth College. I earned a human resource associate in 2020, now I am enrolled in the business administration bachelor program. I cannot tell you enough how earning an associate has helped me in the workplace, it's completely changed my life. The program is very challenging, filled with excellent lectures, videos and staff support, most importantly it is affordable. I recently lost my job due to covid and within 2 weeks I had multiple job offers, thank you Ashworth! I highly recommend this school, I am an actual student, currently enrolled."
  • Reviewed: 9/29/2020
  • Degree: Business Administration
"Like any school it has it's pros and cons. Love being able to work around my schedule since my life is very busy. One downside is some of the instructors take a long time grading paper's going over the maximum time allowed and when you submit a ticket about it that can take another 5 to 7 day's so it really hinders a students progress. You will get instructors who are pretty good at grading on time so you can keep on track with your schedule, however you will also get the few bad apples who don't have any regard to your academic success and time-line. I have had some instructors tell me they are grading paper's that day and I don't get mine back until a week later. My previous college professor's where I achieved my AA never made the students wait that long."
  • Reviewed: 6/4/2019
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I came in Ashworth college with some credits from GA Piedmont Technical College and University of Phoenix. I saw that the tuition was perfect for me. I was doubting at the beginning regarding to all the bad reviews I read about the college. But I am a Christian and before any decision, I pray and I receive my confirmation before starting. I therefore prayed with my pastor and receive a peace and a joy. I started my Bachelor Program on the 30th of June 2016 with Ashworth and complete my program on the 25th of May 2019. My husband been deployed in Kuwait, I was left with my 3 kids and Ashworth was a perfect choice for my situation because of the flexibility offered by the online degree program. In this day, I am the happiest because I was able to pay my tuition off, my degree program is complete and I am ready for my graduation in August. I spoke with some universities that accept already waiting me for my transcript to go for my master degree in International Relation and Diplomacy. Thank you Ashworth whishing you all the best from God. Without you, I could not achieve my goal."
  • Reviewed: 1/8/2018
  • Degree: Business Administration
"The Bachelor's in BA Degree program was excellent in regard to the depth of knowledge that is taught for the price of tuition. It's 100% on-line courses, so you have to be self-motivated (and somewhat self-sufficient) to be able to get the most out of the program. I worked my way through the complete program and earned my degree in about 4 1/2 years; all while working a full time job the entire time. It took a lot of work (and you pretty much have to say good bye to your leisure time for 4+ years), but it definitely can be done. I never had any of the issues that some of the other reviewers mentioned regarding late book arrivals, etc. Maybe I just got lucky; but regardless, my experience with Ashworth was quite good."
  • Reviewed: 10/7/2016
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I just graduate from Ashworth College. This is a good college even though it is nationally accreditation. There are schools accept Ashworth College credits that is regionally accreditation are Liberty University, Southwestern College Professional Studies, Western Governor University, American Military University, West International University, Trident University International. If you are using term schedule, which mean your tuition is paid by your company tuition fund or military tuition assistance. The classes are self pace if you are paying tuition out of pocket for you can take your time to complete the courses. You can only have two courses open at a time in your student portal. Once you are finished your course, just sent a request in the student portal to open your next course. There are no interaction with other students such as group projects or group discussion board for self pace enrollment. All books are included with tuition, the books are mail to your address. Ashworth College do not accept FAFSA. If you are going to get your bachelor, I highly recommend you to get the Associate Degree first because you can have Associate, 4th semester free if you are paid in full, and the courses are the same as the first to fourth semesters. The semester exam you will need a proctor, it can be anyone other than relatives, family, and friends. When you take the semester exam pass the exams on the first or second time, you only have two chances, if you don't you will be place on academic review. I hope this help."
S Angulo
  • Reviewed: 8/10/2016
  • Degree: Business Administration
"Very good school for someone who is working full time. They work with your needs both financially and educationally. My only complaint would be there are not too many bachelor degree options such as Human Resource management but this can be overlooked."