Boston Architectural College Reviews

  • 3 Reviews
  • Boston (MA)
  • Annual Tuition: $21,924
100% of 3 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 3 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

  • Reviewed: 4/19/2017
  • Degree: Architecture
"My criticism is that the school did not have any flexibility when the Deep Recession hit. This created unnecessary stress when we were already trying to work full time and also go to school. You attend classes in person for 1 week per semester and do all of the rest online and in contact with your professors. This seemed like a real world way of working today. Skype and email and ftp sites became ways to communicate and transfer information back and forth."
Alishia J.
  • Reviewed: 3/21/2017
  • Degree: Social Work
"My two years at Boston College were exciting and challenging. At the School of Social Work, I studied alongside many bright and talented individuals from all over the country. I took classes in Human Behavior and Diversity. My courses in Clinical Social Work were especially helpful. I believe that my favorite course was Dying, Grief, and Bereavement. However, there were some not-so-great things about studying in Chestnut Hill, MA. My undergrad years were at Brown, so I was familiar with being an underrepresented minority. At BC, the lack of diversity was disconcerting. The coursework on Research Methods and Program Evaluation could have been more challenging and provided more statistical knowledge: as it stood, the course provided little knowledge about understanding research design and review of journal articles. In sum, Boston College School of Social Work had its benefits and detriments. The classes I liked, I really liked. My professors were engaging and knowledgeable. But, a more diverse campus and more robust research curriculum would have been great."
Brittany Dixon
  • Reviewed: 1/12/2015
  • Degree: Landscape Design
"Work/school model is helpful to advance career while still earning a degree. Access to public transportation is ideal, but for car commuters it is an issue to find reasonable parking."