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Degree: Cyber Security
Graduation Year: 2019

To Whomever It May Concern: I enrolled at Bellevue University Online Program on June 4, 2018. This is my first semester with Bellevue, and it will end on August 11, 2018. My experience with Bellevue University so far is excellent. First, the flexibility of Bellevues online program fits my needs very well as a married family man with a full-time job. Second, I get to learn a lot from other students while participating in the online class discussion boards. The participation of students in the discussion boards is helping me expand my knowledge and perspective about the different topics covered in the classes. Additionally, the Bellevue curriculum is designed in a way that prepares students to further their education and reach their academic goals. Lastly, all my online classes (Hi152, EN102, and Bi206) helped me improve my writing skills, developed my confidence and critical thinking while participating in the online discussion boards. I highly recommend anyone who is seeking to further their education to consider Bellevue University. Bellevues curriculum, academic material for online classes and fees are affordable in comparison to most universities. You wont regret your time at Bellevue university if you are a hard-working and dedicated student. 

1 out of 5
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Degree: Cyber Security
Graduation Year: 2018

Run. This school is the worst. Lack of communication. Professor who told me to figure it out on my own or watch YouTube when I asked for help. I was an A student so I know what is expected for an A. This professor would give me a 100% on a paper, even when it was crap. If I get an A, I want to have earned it. Financial aid is a joke. Theyll mess it up and then refuse to take responsibility. Do NOT attend this school.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Project Management
Graduation Year: 2018

Bellevue University was a great experience for me. The class content was challenging and very informative. The project management degree is acredited by the Project Management Institute and the classes are definitely not easy. The instructors explain the content well and give professional critical feedback on your assignments to help you understand the material. We learned critical leadership and business skills as-well-as in-depth project management courses designed to help you earn the PMP certification. This is definitely not some sort of diploma-mill and the degree is consistantly ranked high in the U.S News rankings.

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3 out of 5
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Degree: Computer and Information Systems Security/Information Assurance
Graduation Year: 2016

This is the small university that most people take the online class to earn a master degree. It is not hard to pass the class and get the degree. Some courses are useful, such as CIS 515 IT infrastructure, and cloud computing. Some courses are useless such as CIS 520. I don't know why they choose this course for an IT student. It is very fast to get a master degree which only takes less than two years. Each quarter, I only take two courses that are easy to handle. Depending on the professor, I would recommend taking the in-campus course. Some teacher told me useful stuff; some professors just read PPT. Most assignments are easy to pass. It is suitable for me.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 1967

I was in the first graduating class from Bellevue College, later Bellevue University. The original campus was a Quonset hut just off the USAF base (OFFETT). My most memorable instructor was Professor M.; he taught psychology and HR classes. I was his student aid for Human Relations. I was allowed to transfer in a fair number of USAFI course credits. Going full time at nights, I got my BA in about 1.5 years. This had a significant effect on my military time. I qualified for OTS but got out due to medical problems. As a consequence of getting my degree my Captain gave me career advice that has helped me throughout my work and private life including working on advanced degrees.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General
Graduation Year: 2018

This review is for the Bachelor's degree in Behavioral Science as well as a Master's degree in Human Resource Strategic Management. B.S. in Behavioral Science: I would rate it 8 out of 10 The classes were challenging however, as with most online colleges, you are left to do a lot of reading to learn. The professor provided video discussions which was greatly appreciated and respectable (A+ for that). The discussion boards made me question their effectiveness, as it can be quite difficult to approach an already awkward situation such as forced discussion when you have encounter some discussion posts that resemble those you may expect from jr. high students. I wish the professor was more involved with discussions. However, although I didn't like this aspect I feel it made me learn how to object to others' opinions more respectfully. For all those who think that you can begin to practice in a counseling setting- DO YOUR HOMEWORK (excuse the pun)! IN MOST STATES YOU WILL NEED AT LEAST A MASTER'S AND THOUSANDS OF HOURS OF INTERNSHIP BEFORE YOU CAN PRACTICE. If you do not research the requirements in your state please do not blame Bellevue for your inability to practice with only your Bachelor's degree. The Bellevue curriculum is sufficient in preparing you for further education in the field if you study hard. Worst thing about this degree: The Kirkpatrick Signature Series. It was basically 12 weeks of Political Science and History, and being in a major that relies mostly on theory, the teacher does not allow you to have a difference of opinion from him (even when supported by valid references). Other than that I would suggest going to Bellevue for your degree in Behavioral Science if you are actually interested in the inner-workings of behavior; you will learn a lot if you apply yourself. Just hone in on your history and political science knowledge.... and remember your degree won't be just handed to you- you're going to have to earn it in this discipline. Master's of Science in Human Resource Strategic Management: 8 out of 10 I would give the program a higher rating however I am just finishing the third class. So far the material, assignments and discussions are relevant and effective. I am about to switch teachers yet this teacher has been attentive and educational. The discussion boards are still awkward; I feel more emphasis should be made on discussions between professors and students. I learned a lot more from the teacher's feedback than the students'. Look, stop forcing people to have two uncomfortable "conversations" with students. It doesn't work. I want to learn from someone with knowledge on the matter, not struggle to correct another student. Please Bellevue, find another way to engage students with one another. Even though the collaborative projects are terrible (as our grade depends on the contribution of all parties) sprinkle those in the curriculum and stop making us answer others' discussion posts so much! Also, if the student receives a grade of less than 100% professors should provide feedback, giving the student a chance to improve their grade the next go-around. Okay. I'm done with the venting. I have done extensive studying and devoted much time to my assignments and I feel it is paying off. Aside from the regular frustrations you will feel in this program (and doing online courses) at this school, I would recommend this program. I've learned a lot already about Human Resources, and anticipate much more learning.The teacher answers all questions quickly and completely, and furthers discussions when necessary (A+) and is a great contributor to your learning. Worst thing about this degree: We are forced to respond to discussion posts from peers. Please create a way where we can respond to the professor's questions instead. The professor will be able to more easily gauge our learned knowledge, and students won't have to be forced to replying with sub-par responses. Overall, I still recommend Bellevue University. I have attend other online universities (Ashford and Capella) and have seen these same problems that I have listed. Bellevue is more affordable and their curriculum is comparable to the schools I have attended before.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Management Information Systems, General
Graduation Year: 2017

I attended Bellevue University and received a Bachelor of Science in MIS. I had a great experience. I graduated on time without any issues. The date I was told I would be finished is when I finished. My advisor was great as well as the other advisors that helped me when she was out of the office. The online cohort is very fast paced and very demanding. There were many nights that I stayed up late and worked on assignments for several days. You will have several projects and many papers where you must demonstrate your knowledge and show that you are learning. Additionally, you will need to complete the KSS. Those courses require volunteer work and many papers along with it's own "capstone". Mines was around 45 pages at the end. This does not include the 45 page paper for my core courses. Bellevue University requires time management and dedication just like any other university and it IS a brick and mortar school. In the end it was all worth it for me.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Digital Arts
Graduation Year: 2018

I have two more semesters to go once I complete my current one - five weeks left! I am glad to see so many positive reviews as it has mirrored my experience at the school. My professors have been wonderful - particularly Professor Bergeron, who has taught all the classes for my major, thus far. Overall, the school has made me a better writer, researcher, and thinker. The curriculum is rigorous. There is a lot of work, and one has to be self-disciplined and organized to maintain both a good GPA and the benefits of the program. Which brings me to the negative reviews I saw as I scrolled through. None of the experiences these other students have written reflect mine. It is like I am reading about another school - entirely. Moreover, the review from a student who is a digital marketing major, my major, is somewhat misguided. While it is my understanding that this major will be eliminated and rolled under marketing, all students who are currently enrolled in the major will continue and graduate with a BS, not BA in Digital Marketing. I believe that I am among that last group - graduating next summer. I have been pleased with all my classes and professors. Again, it's not easy, but well worth the effort .

5 out of 5
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Degree: Behavioral Sciences
Graduation Year: 2018

The student coach are always calling to ask how I'm doing, and if I need anything else. Professors will make sure you are learning by making discussions challenging while they use a good sense of humor. The enough interactions and assignments that they provide, will definitely help you in your future career. Putting into practice what you are learning is what stays with you for a life time. Instead of long APA papers, they will provide you with real life scenarios; and enough homework that bring into action a lot of critical thinking and mental effort.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Information Systems
Graduation Year: 2017

The best Masters of Information Systems degree a working class man or woman can attain. I swear by Bellevue Univ...Got my undergrad in IT in 2006...took me 10 years to finish my masters.. They have been very patient with me for over 14 years...For somebody who has the general edu. out the way.. a soldier. ..a nurse...a teacher...a gov contractor or anybody it's the way to go! One of the best decisions I ever made in my life was choosing Bellevue Univ.

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