ECPI University Online Reviews of Bachelor's in Healthcare Administration

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89% of 11 students said this degree improved their career prospects
91% of 11 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Reviews - Bachelor's in Healthcare Administration

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Ke’Shonda Jones
  • Reviewed: 7/10/2023
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"During my time here at ECPI University I have grown so much . The flexibility of scheduling and the small class size so you can actually have a one on one with your professor’s helped me a lot as well . Everything that I learned during school I am currently using in the field as I landed a job in my field of study."
ECPI Graduate
  • Reviewed: 5/1/2021
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"I was able to finish my degree program at an accelerated pace. The instructors were knowledgeable in the field and gave great support with assignments, questions, and extra resources. After graduating, I passed the National Board Exam to become a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator. I was able to find a job quickly with my degree and license!"
Externship
  • Reviewed: 5/9/2019
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"I had been at ECPI for a year...they said they told me about the externship in December 2018 because all the information was due April 30 2019..ECPI is full of s***, they do not care about student they just want money. I feel like they should help student set up there externship as much as we are paying them for school. This school is sorry i now have to pay school loans back for a degree I did not get...do not waste your time"
Student
  • Reviewed: 9/20/2017
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"It is sad to see so many bad reviews for this school. I have completed my LPN diploma program through them and my healthcare administration degree. When I think back to my LPN program, I can see why there could be so many negative comments. It is very expensive and some of the instructors were not good. But overall I had very good experience and great teachers who taught me a lot. (I graduated in 2009) When it comes to my healthcare administration degree...I cant say enough of good things about the program...It was not easy, but all my instructors (except 1) were great. Very knowledgeable, always had time for me and made sure I had what I need to be ready for the field. I have gotten a job as Practice Manager with major healthcare system prior to my graduation and am very glad I made a choice to join ECPI."
Kevin
  • Reviewed: 1/17/2016
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"I attended the Va. Beach Medical Careers Institute campus. I found that you get out of the education experience what you put into it. Yes, some classes where harder than others. Yes, some instructors are harder than others, but you have to adapt to each situation and make the best possible outcome possible. This is exactly what you have to do in the selected field you will work in. No one cares about the reasons you can't, they want to know how you will. I have no complaints about ECPI/MCI, I got exactly what I expected from the program. My Director and Instructors expertly prepared me for the field of medicine I was studying for. Thank You ECPI/MCI."
Shantel
  • Reviewed: 1/15/2016
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"I loved the accelerated program. Our professor did a great job integrating things we had previously learned throughout the program since it was such a fast pace. The best part of the degree is the externship. What better way to get hands on experience? My externship led to a full time position within my field before I even graduated. I think the most important thing is that you will only get out of the program what you put into it. I would recommend this program!"
Susan
  • Reviewed: 1/15/2016
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"I could go on and on about this place, but I'll try not to sound like a commercial. All of my life I have learned what I need to know just so that I can pass a test. I didn't expect it to be any different when I enrolled in MCI. Now that I have been working in the healthcare field, I see how different this education was. The material was relevant and current. Most importantly, the teaching was like nothing I have ever experienced before. I actually learned it. I still know it. Any type of learner on any level can benefit from this school and this program. The thought, concern, and effort put into this program and its students is obvious and extremely appreciated. I am very proud of my degree, and I loved my experience at the school. I will always be grateful for the education I received. As far as tuition rates, let's be real! Every single student is given a breakdown before he or she is enrolled. Loans are explained before they are given. Everyone has to sign the entrance counseling form before accepting the loan. I am not sure why people are using this outlet to complain about the cost. Schedule an appointment to get some information. Meet with the director. Talk to some HCA students! Ask any of them. I am confident that you will hear all of what I have just said."
Justin
  • Reviewed: 8/19/2015
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"I see all these bad reviews and I feel bad for people that have had a bad experience. I am a single father and I work a full time job, so the online classes are the only way I will ever be able to attend college and earn a degree. I can see sometimes that professors take a while to respond to e-mail messages, that is probably why you should not wait one or two days before a deadline or an assignment is due before you e-mail your instructors. When it comes to the classes, you get out of them what you put it in. If you do the bare minimum of what is required just to get a passing a grade, you probably won't learn much. You have opportunities to really explore and research your assignments and learn a lot if you take the time to do so. Two classes at a time is not that much, considering you would be taking 3-4 on a campus that would require a lot more time to dedicate to classes. The financial aspect of it is really easy, but probably because I have a GI bill. I have set it up one time and it is taken care of each term with no hassle. My books get sent to me by the first day of class, one time I received a book two days after my classes started and my instructor gave me an extra two days to work on my assignments without it being late. If you fail a class its either because you are trying to do the bare minimum of the assignments or you are putting your work off, turning in late assignments or fall behind and just can't catch up. I know because I have failed 2 classes because I was just extremely busy, pushed my homework back and my assignments were so late I just couldn't catch back up. Attendance is huge in a class that only lasts 5 weeks. Most classes have one discussion, one assignment, and a quiz. Some of a discussion, two assignments, and a quiz as long as some kind of class project that you have 5 weeks to complete. That is not a lot compared to the work and hours you have to put in at a regular 4 year university campus. This thing is what you make of it and I have no problems as of yet and I graduate in march 2016."
Ravens Fan
  • Reviewed: 5/19/2015
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"I have reviewed the comments before me and will say this to support my review title. For those of you that are reviewing comments to make your determination. Please understand that hard work grows great results. I have sat in the same class some complain of, and witnessed the very habits that eventually will communicate conflict and negativity because of there bad results. Reply to the complainers and ask them what there GPA is, then ask them to prove it by posting a copy of there latest unofficial transcript that can be delivered at anytime. I bet you the complainers played hooky, late assignment or just didn't do the assignments. They complain about how hard a class like statistics or psychology was when they missed many sessions...really how was you expected to pass? This is not a cartoon life, you actually have to do your part...Surprise, you don't do your job, the result is not in your favor. No different then your job whether it is rite aid or the military...you don't perform it will reflect in your evaluation. At ECPI, your evaluation is the grade you earned. Don't whine about, except it and make it better. You must be prepared to work hard and the results will be commendable, I promise you. I graduated Summa Cum Laude with a 3.94 GPA...BS in Healthcare Administration. One writer complained about rule changes...OK? And? We change just like laws and ethics that are updated at your organization. So stop complaining and soldier this experience. This is your life experience and your new employer will asked how you took advantage of your experience in school. Did you do the work? Prove it with the transcript. If not, How can an employer expect you to do there's? People complaining about 18 months of a high acceleration program...try 30 months for the bachelors degree."
Idalia
  • Reviewed: 5/31/2014
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"I was retaking classes that I already had with my associate degree in healthcare administration and at the fourth term of the classes emailed the results of the credits that were supposed to be transferred. I found out that they didn't transfer none of them. I didn't believe in so because the school that I graduated from my associate it is accredit and very reputable. So, I refuse to accept those results to make me to start all over again with the degree. I felt insulted by taking my time and money for granted. Now I am more caution on the school that I am choosing to take the bachelor degree. I know business is business but they have to consider that they are dealing with the money of people to make their business to grow. Money goes and comes but what can guarantee that their business is trustful when their doing stuff like these. That's why I choose to withdraw and evaluate better options on other universities that I know will take my education seriously."
K.W
  • Reviewed: 2/18/2014
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"I LOVE THIS COLLEGE. Student support is always available. My guidance coulselor calls me weekly and goes over my porgress. If I need to improve on anything we discuss a plan and put it into action. My professors are AMAZING. They work with and always ask me if I need help with anything. The college it self pushes you to suceed."