Brandman University Reviews
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Brandman has been and absolute nightmare and I would not recommend it to anyone. Most of the professors were great (why they stooped to work there I don't know). The bottom line is Brandman is all about the money and keeping you enrolled as long as possible. The 'advising' here is comical and many of the 'coordinators' openly hate students. It almost seems like the school is actively working against you by throwing roadblocks in the way of getting a credential. Attending this school is one of the biggest mistakes I ever made.
It's got great professors. Make sure you stay on top of your financial aid and be your own advocate.
I was very happy with Brandman. I had to drop out of college after my freshman year because I could not continue working full time with my college schedule. Attending Brandman University online allowed me to work and finish school late in the evenings or on the weekends.
Worst school ever, no name recognition, employer oriented and job market booster! Very expensive, so many hidden costs, urge you to lend, and promise to help but they don't help. After spending over $40,000 at this school they still refereed me to collection agency for $1500. It was not even my fault, the advisor didn't do her job and I had prove. They encouraged me to appeal but the board is on their paycheck and if they rule against it, how would they get paid. This organization is a joke when you tell an employer you are graduated from Brandnman! Started all over from CC and got admitted to UC Berkeley. Now i KNOW WHAT IS SCHOOL AND HOW MUCH IT WORTHS IF TAUGHT BY RIGHT PEOPLE AND KEPT OFF FROM BUSINESS. Don't waste your time and money, go do a 6 month course and it will pay you back than a 4 years school at this organization.
If you need a degree for knowledge or to be successful in work place, do yourself a favor and get an AA from a community college instead of a BA from Brandman. The educational system and curriculum is a joke, having piles of cash and still graduating with debt is normal with this system. It sucks the juice of life out of students for it's business. The degree won't even get you a job interview, and if somehow an employer just shot an arrow in dark and consider you for interview, it will be embarrassing because this university doesn't prepare you for job market and challenges facing in firms and governmental companies. Only consider this university if you got dropped from college 3 times, you are not a learner or you don't really care because you inherit a million dollar business from you ancestors and you just need a name on your FB profile. Again, I can't stress enough on the money part of this university, they will charge you for every single thing and show you heaven while there's no value to its degree in real world. They will give you an estimate of $65000, but you will graduate and don't even know that you spent over $80000. If you drop a class, withdraw, fail, repeat no matter what you do they will find a way to charge you for it over and if you talk logic they will threat you on sending your file to collection agency and seas your transcript and diploma. You are a total slave in their system unless you put a bunch of cash. The professors are not even decent in this organization, the classroom is set in odd numbers, online classes are a joke. I took statistics and finished it with a grade of B. I went to community college and wanted to finish it with an A and replace the grade. I end up getting a C after putting even more work than what I did initially. I was a complete illiterate compare to the people who went up in the chain of community college. This is really funny, there calculus and statistics classes are not even accepted in community college. I wanted to retake statistics and I had to take the assessment test to place in that class. I looked for jobs for over two years and couldn't even get an enter level job. I return back to University of California Berkeley and majoring in Economics. This is my second year and I already got a part time job and an internship this summer. I now know the value of education and it costs about a quarter of what I spent in Brandman. If you need a degree to get a job reconsider your choice!
Totally enjoyed each class and every instructor, the courses were challenging however, the professors ensured we were well equipped and prepared throughout each course of instruction. I can not speak for campuses outside of Washington, but the problems were few and the satisfaction high up here in the PNW. Don't focus on the negative posts, this is a great University, get in there and work toward your desired end state.
At first I was nervous about attending Brandman University because I had never heard of it until I moved to California. I already had a BS from another school and wanted to begin a Master's Program but was unsure what I wanted to do so I just applied for the BBA. After talking with my advisor, she showed me how I could apply for the Master's Program and complete it within a year instead of doing two years to complete another Bachelor's Degree. Sometimes it is hard to get a response back from email, but if I call or go into the office I've always been helped. I had an issue with billing but that was all straightened up by the OneStop. All my Professors have been great so far and have been very knowledgeable in the subjects they were teaching. I have no complaints with Brandman University and would recommend this school to everyone!
I attended a junior college and received an AS in math and science. I transferred to Cal State San Bernardino which was a nightmare. Constant holds for reasons they could not figure out. Registration was a mess. I never got the classes I needed. I got tired and transferred to Brandman. The classes are smaller and professors are much better. Other institutions have professors with very little to no real world experience. The majority of my professors at Brandman had decades of experience. When I graduated I got a job within the first week making more money than I ever had. I am hoping to go back to Brandman for a MBA in the near future.
Actually, I will be graduating in May of this year 2015! I've absolutely loved my experience here at Brandman University so far. The professors are well educated, informative, and love teaching. The quality In material I've attained is always applicable professionally and personally and I love that! Definitely a rising school.
Please use caution when dealing with Brandman University. The teaching instruction is wonderful, unfortunately the administration is less than desirable. I was informed of a financial aid issue and was under the belief it was corrected after I submitted a copy of my tax filing to my financial advisor. Sadly he did not complete the process thus leaving me with a financial aid rejection. This is where the nightmare begins. A new academic advisor built a projected academic program and learned I was unable to attend due to an administrative hold because of the last financial aid advisor. Now the school is charging me for the classes I DID NOT ATTEND due to the administrative hold. This is completely unethical of Brandman ! How do you charge a student that tries to attend classes yet is denied by Brandman? Furthermore, not only are they charging me for the classes they would not allow me to attend but they are adding interest plus penalty. BEWARE !!! When Chapman's distant learning turned into Brandman the quality, proficiency, and professionalism has fallen to less than desirable.