Georgia State University Reviews of Bachelor's in Business

  • 5 Reviews
  • Atlanta (GA)
  • Annual Tuition: $23,709
100% of 5 students said this degree improved their career prospects
80% of 5 students said they would recommend this program to others
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  • Reviewed: 4/1/2024
  • Degree: Business
"If you are a veteran, I highly recommend finding a different school. It was almost every single semester there were issues with my G.I. Bill on the GSU side of things. Rather that be them not submitting all my classes to the VA or trying to charge me more because they did not record my G.I. Bill correctly. This has happened every single semester I attended (7 total) and they almost always blame the student and are little to no help in resolving any issues."
A. King
  • Reviewed: 6/8/2019
  • Degree: Business
"I attended Georgia State University from 2003 to 2007 and it was a great experience for me. I stayed in the dorms in which, we had to commute on public transportation to get there from campus. Everyone had their own rooms in an apartment setting of four to six roommates, so you would be sharing a bathroom with one or two other people. I do not believe its like that now. The dorms are closer to the campus, so you wouldnt have to ride public transportation to get there. Everything is in walking distance. The campus is in the midst of downtown so very busy not only with college students but with business owners, corporate employees and a sprinkle of homeless people here and there. There were plenty of opportunities to be involved in campus activities and campus organizations. If you are a business major or seeking a medical degree there are a plethora of opportunity to get real-life experience and network with people in your career field.When I attended there was no football team nor was there an official stadium but now they have all those things. I believe that they are trying to be more like a traditional college and make everything central. There are plenty of things to do outside the campus as well. The Georgia Dome, home of the Atlanta Falcons is a few miles away and the State Farm Arena, home of the Atlanta Hawks is walking distance from the campus. Georgia World Congress Center and Centennial Park which is an homage to the 1996 Summer Olympics. As far as the education, I hadnt had any issues with my professors and I thought they were good at what they did. Professors presented the information in an easy way to learn. Lecture halls were large with up to 200 students in one classroom. I wouldnt be able to speak in regards to professors or TA being available outside of classroom hours because I didnt I needed it."
Michael Miles
  • Reviewed: 7/25/2017
  • Degree: Business
"The location of the school is great and there is always something to do. There are a good amount of safety problems since it is in the city. A wide range of students regarding age and ethnicity. I would recommend this school for anyone that wants a good education and enjoys being in a big city."
  • Reviewed: 7/20/2015
  • Degree: Business
"The business school provides a well-rounded education and I felt prepared for my career. The school has organizations for specific majors and for the business school in general, which helps introduce students to networking and professional meetings. Most business classes were taught in Aderhold when I attended, which is a newer and nicer building than others on campus. I also took classes at the Alpharetta campus, closer to my home, which was more convenient than going downtown. Parking and security were always a concern after night classes, when many of the specialized Real Estate classes were taught. Students walked in a group to MARTA or to their parking area to help ensure safety. During the day, security was less of a concern due to more business people and other students in the area."
  • Reviewed: 8/8/2013
  • Degree: Business
"Tell us about your college experience.Attending college in the middle of a major city was a positive and negative experience. Students were able to interact with other students from various walks of life (different nationalities, ages etc) on the other hand, there wasn't the "ultimate" campus experience since during that time GSU didn't have dormitories.Would you get the same degree if you could start over?No, I would have pursued a career in writing or English which is where my interests lie.What advice can you offer other students?Give your decision a lot of deep thought. Choose a college and a career that you are passionate about."