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1 out of 5
Degree: Humanities/Humanistic Studies
Graduation Year: 2018

Their online education is deplorable. It is a cheap/free Google platform with little to no features. You are forced to publish positive Google+ posts about the department and school as part of your grade. It is headed up by one guy that teaches most of the classes. He does not comply with university policies and says that since he is in charge of the program and subject departments and the online education department so he doesn't have to. At one point he even admitted that he bit off more than he could chew and was stressed and taking it out on students. I had only one decent professor there. One professor commonly lost work and would forget to grade things and then deduct points from students for his mistakes. When you would question his grading or comments, he would put you off and never address it again. This happened on a term paper where he told me to rework sections of it and he would grade it again and he never did, which caused me to end the course with a C+, the highest grade you could get and still have to retake the class - a slap in the face. Opinions other than theirs were met with complete rudeness as they liked to trash talk the students. Video classes were a nightmare with sketchy technology and riddled with glitches. They added an entire year of required classes the year I joined and then discontinued my concentration/focus the following year so I was happy to transfer. I could go on and on. Stay away from their online programs!

3 out of 5
Degree: Pre-Medicine
Graduation Year: 2015

Overall, I absolutely loved my experience at Faulkner University. The faculty and staff showed their commitment to the beauty of a Christian education in many aspects. It has many great degrees to offer a student; however, it does not seem to focus on those of us who are pursuing graduate or doctorate degrees in science. The faculty was not able to provide specific guidance to help me through the admission process, and the degree plans offered were not specifically matched with my requirements for Pharmacy school. It is still possible to graduate and head on to a doctorate program, however, you will have to be committed to the cause yourself, and you will have to do the research to achieve your goals. I do not regret my time at Faulkner in the slightest, but if you are pursuing the fast-track to grad school with extensive guidance along the way, Faulkner University may not be the right choice for you.

4 out of 5
Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2010

Faulkner University is a small, family-like feel campus. It Christian school. No matter what the class is, the bible will somehow be incorporated into the material. Class sizes are small; and teachers are more willing to help you if you fall behind or need extra help. The classes I have taken to obtain my business administration degree, including finance, accounting, & business law, have given me the opportunity to utilize my negotiating skills. I had also had the opportunity to visit such pleases as Dubai, Australia, Singapore, and Bahrain, and the privilege of managing over 5,000 personnel because of my outstanding abilities.

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