Indiana Wesleyan University Online Reviews of Bachelor's in Business

  • 5 Reviews
  • Marion (IN)
  • Annual Tuition: $9,743 - $28,069
67% of 5 students said this degree improved their career prospects
60% of 5 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Reviews - Bachelor's in Business

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  • Reviewed: 8/1/2018
  • Degree: Business
"Indiana Wesleyan University Bachelors program was a good program . It was easy to follow and I still had time to work full time; although the fast pace and often long written assignments left no time to have a life. I learned many useful tools in the Business Administration and Management course that I can apply in my job now. Consistency lacked in the rubic grading requirements between professors regarding the "Proper APA Formatting" and most of all the financial department communication was a joke, too manylevels of command. Jack never knew what Jill was doing!"
  • Reviewed: 5/10/2018
  • Degree: Business
"First of all the review I'm giving is to just inform the future students of why I don't recommend this school. Overall IWU is a good school if you're looking to obtain your degree quickly and do not care about of the quality of education you are seeking. The degree program I'm in was sold to me as a Technology degree, it is not, it is a hybrid course geared towards business management and programming. The school being a Christian College asks that you cite Scripture in every class in order for you to understand how god plays a role in everything. In the real world, if you have been apart of it for a while, you know that religion is something you do not engage in during the business day. The class instructions are vague or are cluttered with so much information that it repeats itself, making it hard for you to figure out what actually needs to done. My most recent class has hardly any instruction at all and the professor just expects you to turn in the HW. For the small amount of time spent in this school, this the reason why I've decide to withdraw from my program and seek education else where. I feel that they are just another school looking for money and wanting to just give degrees out for those who participate."
  • Reviewed: 5/23/2017
  • Degree: Business
"I am in my final class at IWU earning my BSM degree online. My advisor has been great from start to finish as has all the other support staff. I started with an AAS degree and all of my classes transferred which was great. Courses are faced paced (5 week courses) and do require good time management, but it can be done if you are determined. The fast pace allows you to get done quickly. The cost is a little high; however the program is very good. I have experienced very few issues that couldnt be easily worked out. I would recommend the program to anyone who wants to quickly complete a bachelors degree and doesnt mind a challenge."
Delia Smith
  • Reviewed: 2/4/2017
  • Degree: Business
"I loved being a student at Indiana Wesleyan and at the end of my bachelors program I was having trouble, and one of my professors gave me an extension and met with me weekly to help me finish my paper. I am really thankful for that and I can not say enough about him. Since I finished the Associates and Bachelors programs I have tripled my income and I am looking forward to the Masters."
  • Reviewed: 8/4/2016
  • Degree: Business
"I personally feel as if the program is not a superb value. The online program consists of five week courses one after another and it is very difficult to learn anything in that amount of time. The technology is poor and not at all Apple friendly; the technology has caused major issues throughout each course. The books are pricey and are designed specifically for the courses, so there is really no way to get them anywhere else. The group projects are extremely stressful and are very difficult to complete. I was a straight A and just a couple Bs student before this program, so I was pretty frustrated to work very hard to get a C. I would say that if you have no problem working for 4-6 hours a night, 6 days a week, for 18 months straight (and a few one-week breaks here and there), then go for it. Otherwise, I recommend going to a traditional school and taking a night classes until you can finish. You'll get more out of the experience and you'll at least have the support of your fellow classmates when things get tough."