Ashworth College Reviews - Private Investigator

4.24 out of 5 stars
(4 Reviews)
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  • Annual Tuition: Not Provided
100% of 4 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 4 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

2.5 out of 5 stars
Cagri Akyurt - 6/26/2019
Degree: Private Investigator
Graduation Year: 2018
"I like the lessons and everything, but the course had 2 cons: - The textbooks they send you are parts photocopied from a book and made into several books. They come in a spiral binding. Definitely not worth the money you're paying for them. - Student support is extremely slow. You usually wait for about 2 weeks to a month to get a very short answer. Other than that, it was all fun."
5.0 out of 5 stars
Christine Arabie - 8/17/2016
Degree: Private Investigator
Graduation Year: 2016
"For as long as I can remember, l wanted to be a Private Investigator. With all the fraud, stealing, and crimes in our country, I feel I can be of use. I really didn't know how I was going to do it because I work full time. But with the support of my family, here I am today with a Career. The course was very knowledgeable, with so much information. I've learned a whole lot of information. So I say, if you're deciding on furthering your education, just go for it. I would tell anyone to choose Ashworth."
4.8 out of 5 stars
jesse - 1/20/2015
Degree: Private Investigator
Graduation Year: 2015
"I injured myself at work, and always did grunt work. I had to watch my kids, so my wife could take over and work for income. I love the studying and exams, I read the chapter assigned,highlighting, then take my exam, approximately this takes 4 hours. I have learned allot. My brother attends MATC in WI, my friend does online through Liberty.edu. When I talk with them on subjects that they both were involved with, it seemed as my brother learned all the same material as I, my friend on the other hand seemed mainly clueless by my discussions, maybe he searched for the answers online? What I am saying is, Ashworth is a very educational study/learning system, you can do lots of extra exercises that do not get graded, I have done some, but am in a hurry, so I will do the many others when I need to refresh my memory on all the topics I learned. I also save all my study material, which is assignments meant for you to do to make the exams easier for you, but not a requirement. It's all in what you put into it, and I will finish all ungraded material and put it in my work portfolio to show employers that I did go above and beyond, to show I actively try to know all I can in order to meet or exceed their expectations. My only downfalls with Ashworth are towards the end of the courses, they combine 2 to 3 exams in one, thats hard, but it teaches you to use your time wisely. The other downfall, I had 4 exams that I had a correct answer marked wrong, but it was correct, but they did fix it right away to give me the credit. (Another lesson learned, always check your answers if marked wrong). Private security, Private investigation, Intro to psychology (6 months and 80% complete @ 4-6 hrs/day, no weekends)"
5.0 out of 5 stars
Amy - 8/22/2014
Degree: Private Investigator
Graduation Year: 2014
"I was relucant about signing up. Who wants all the stress night classes and the cost from traditional college. Then I discovered the Ashworth programs. Would definintely recommend Ashworth College, especially, for mid-aged person. I have been able to rebuild confidence in myself and education for my career. You must self disciplined and okay with figuring things out for yourself. I did complete the online Private Investigator Program with Honors, and will be soon joining Delta Epsilon Tau. I immediately started working on my master's degree at Ashworth. The payment plan is awesome."
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