Colorado State University Global Reviews of Master's in Healthcare Administration

  • 10 Reviews
  • Greenwood Village (CO)
  • Annual Tuition: $9,000
100% of 10 students said this degree improved their career prospects
60% of 10 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Reviews - Master's in Healthcare Administration

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Graduate Student
  • Reviewed: 12/14/2022
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"Money driven and leadership is completely absent! Try reaching ANYONE in a leadership role to file complaints and you will get nowhere. Read the LinkedIn profile of the CSU Global president.... she talks about being profit driven etc, which is insane. No mention of education as a goal, or connecting with students... or anything that really supports EDUCATION. They literally do not care about success, and you are on your own to figure out all their administrative emails that are sent like spam. Inappropriate degree plans that do not align, counselor changes and again... no support from any leaders. Overall, they care about one thing... MONEY. I'm surprised and shocked that Colorado State University allows this profit-driven third party to use their name as they are NOT CSU! Don't be fooled and find another program. The material is consistently out of date and some professors regurgitate years-old information, sometimes posting the same content from several years prior!"
  • Reviewed: 4/6/2021
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"From direct care provider to landing an administrative fellowship position, this school has helped to elevate my career and professional opportunities. Please know this is a very self directed program. With that said, if you read everything assigned and do your assignments, the knowledge gained from the curriculum will prepare you for your future in healthcare administration. I can honestly say that finishing my MHA here has allowed me to move forward in my career and I'm so happy with the results."
  • Reviewed: 5/21/2020
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"I am worried that this has been a huge mistake. I do not feel that I am being prepared to engage at the graduate level. The courses amount to very little to help develop competency in the subject matter. I am afraid that the expectation is for students to teach themselves and to present evidence of feedback through discussion forums so that CSU Global may claim that they are fostering a Socratic dialogue. Assignments are given in rapid succession with little review or feedback. Professor assistance comes most frequently in the form of links to instructional videos from other institutions."
  • Reviewed: 3/10/2020
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"I enjoyed my time with CSU-Global. I overlapped my courses and completed the program in 1 year. My advisor was always making sure my questions and issues were addressed. The instructors were good but one of my classes was with the Dean and it was quite bad."
  • Reviewed: 1/6/2020
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"I completed my MHA within two years and thoroughly enjoyed the coursework. Attending an online university calls for you to be a disciplined student. This was something I was already familiar with since I had completed my BS at a hybrid college. The instructors that I had were all experts in their field and made themselves totally available to me if need be. I was evident that they took an active role in reading all of the work submitted as the feedback was always beneficial in making my work stronger as the course went along. If I had to contact my instructor they always reached back out to me within 24 hours. I only graded one instructor poorly and this was a class within the specialization that we were required to take. Her assignments were often vague and she grade negatively based on instructions that weren’t there in the first place! The one thing I like about the school is that you do a massive amount of research and writing. With the exception of a healthcare finance class, every other class required you to write at least a 1,000 work research paper for 6 weeks, and a final paper of 3,000 words or more. With all of that writing and research you are bound to absorb new knowledge and apply it to your work life. The consistency with how classes are structured was also of enormous importance to me. The week starts on Monday for all classes with a discussion board due on Thursday. Papers and discussion replies are due on Sunday. No instructor is allowed to deviated from this which cuts down on all confusion about due date. Overall, CSU-Global is a great school that I was eagerly recommend to someone looking to meet their educational goals."
MHA Student
  • Reviewed: 7/10/2019
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"At first, like many, I was very skeptical about taking online classes. I had finished my bachelors at a traditional 4yr school so online courses didn't really seem like they would be helpful. Boy was I wrong! CSU-global is organized, professors are attentive, and the learning experience is a lot better than the traditional in a class setting. A week's worth of work: 1 discussion post (must always have scholarly articles for support), two responses to classmates, and typically a 5pg paper. I'm working a full-time job and can manage this-its not that bad. The discussion post force you to interact with your classmates, which is excellent because it enhances the learning experience, and the professor gives you constructive criticism! I honestly love it.Another awesome perk1. Resume Review- you literally submit your resume a professor reviews it and send you the edits you need to make2. Internship: You can interchange a class for a course! great opportunity3. Financial aid is responsive, organized4. THE PRICE!!! You're not being charged an arm and a leg to further your education. 5. Scholarship opportunity- honestly haven't taken advantage of this but they do have excellent opportunitiesThis is only my 4th class with the school, so I will edit my review as I progress with my education. I wanted to post this review because as I was searching for the right college, I stumbled upon this site, which prevented me from starting a lot sooner. If you see the trend in the bad reviews its really just because of the work, why would you expect it to be easy? If something is just handed to you, is it worth earning? Stay committed, and think what will be the ROI if I go to this school."
  • Reviewed: 5/15/2019
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"While not all of the professors were fantastic, I am glad I chose CSU-Global. In order to complete an online Master's and individual must be dedicated. CSU is very structured with specific due dates. Individuals who consider themselves to be procrastinators should not enroll in CSU because it would be very easy to fall behind and become frustrated. I chose CSU because I did not have to participate in group activities (other than weekly posts) for any of my classes. I work full-time and have a family, so I wanted a program that fit into my schedule. The live sessions were optional rather than required."
Matthew Mazurek
  • Reviewed: 11/28/2017
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"This is a Master's level program, and some students may criticize the lack of feedback, but I have found the feedback to be excellent. The courses are challenging and expectations high. It's graduate school and it's the students responsibility to self start and learn."
  • Reviewed: 11/13/2017
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"I have 5 classes left to complete my graduate program and I regret it. Is a waste of money and time, I learned nothing, the professors doesn't even give explained feedback of the points taken out of my work. The way is set up is terrible, you ready 5+ chapters and articles a week for just one course, do a discussion that is not related to the reading as well as papers that are 4-6 pages long every week that doesn't even help on learning any subject. You can't just focus on the reading because you have papers every week that they will never be perfect grade because the professor deduct points without any feedback. I just took a class with the school dean and it was the worst. It was super obvious that he doesn't like or know how to instruct. I just regret staying with them for so long. Oh, I also was dropped from 2 courses because of a balance due that I never received notification on and wouldn't expect it since I'm using 9/11 GI Bill."
  • Reviewed: 6/6/2017
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"The last 17 month at CSU-Global has been the best decision I have made when it come to getting my Masters. I was at another school before switching over to CSU-Global where I was paying a crazy tuition and still felt like I wasn't learning what I needed to help me further my career. I just finished my Masters degree and will be graduating this coming Saturday June 10th 2017. I had a wonderful experience with the instructors, classmates and courses overall. The staff and faculty are super friendly,helpful, understanding, and polite. I have had some times where I needed to turn in work late and pass the deadline and there was never an issue. This is truly an online school meaning you have to be the type of person that can learn from doing a lot of reading and interaction with other classmates during the weekly discussion module. I found that the instructors are willing to explain anything you do not understand. If you want a quality online school try CSU-Global. The programs are truly designed for working adults with families."