Keller Graduate School of Management Reviews of Master's in Business Administration

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  • Reviewed: 1/31/2022
  • Degree: Business Administration
"So, I wanted to post an accurate review of this institution for others. Pros - Free tutoring - No COVID exposure - Online and in class available - Military and prior are accepted with benefit’s - Student service advisors are knowledgeable. - Professors (90%) care of their students advancement. This will fluctuate from college to college. But mine are always awesome. - Regionally and Nationally accredited. - Passionate about equality, equity, and all coverage of Title VII rights. - People friendly. Cons - For profit University - Acceptance rates are very high due to being a for profit school. I will say this, this is not an Ivy League college. However, a great man once told me it doesn’t matter weather your degree says Harvard, Yale, etc. it matters that you completed your education, your education is accredited, and you take what you have learned and apply it daily to show what kind of person/employee/supervisor/CEO you are. The degree is only a piece of paper it’s what you do with that education is what matters. After all, think about this just because you graduate from Harvard doesn’t guarantee you a job and what does a worker want more a competent employee or one that is incompetent with a hard card degree? Thank you for your time and I hope this review of Keller helps the next motivated student find a grasp of this University. #Be proud of yourself #Stay motivated #Stay DeVry Proud"
  • Reviewed: 5/22/2020
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I have just completed the graduate program at DeVry/Keller Graduate School of Mgmt. I earned an MBA with a concentration in Business Intelligence/Analytics. I am proud of my effort, and my resulting GPA (3.96). I can honestly state several conclusions: 1) you will EARN your degree through hard work, 2) I didn't think I would prefer on-line classes but I will tell you I became a full convert, 3) there are no easy classes, 4) like all schools you will encounter professors you enjoy and some not so much - but here thankfully it was primarily the former, 5) I love the price of their textbooks - I never felt like I was getting ripped off and most importantly, 6) I would do it again and highly recommend the program. I had some really fascinating classes (for me the most eye-opening and difficult class besides Statistics was Corporate Finance). One of the best pieces of advice I received from a Professor was in regard to their free tutoring services. He stated that tutoring wasn't exclusively for students who were struggling, it is also for people who wanted maintain their high grade. I took advantage for a topic that was slow for me to grasp and I am glad I did. It's a great school and if you 're willing to put in the effort - you'll be justly rewarded."
Tyree Tappin
  • Reviewed: 8/18/2018
  • Degree: Business Administration
"Thank you Keller Graduate and DeVry University in Newark, California. This University is a true blessing to me. We have a lot of support here and I just want to let you all know that you have made a huge difference in my life. Today, I am a M.B.A. student with a 4.0 GPA I am a mother of 1 teenage daughter and I work a graveyard shift at night. It doesn't matter what University you attend it's the quality of education that you obtain and what you get out of it. This University is not for the weak! This school prepares you for the real world. As a working professional everything that Ive learned in my studies I use on my job and have become very successful:)"
MBA Grad
  • Reviewed: 5/31/2017
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I just finished my MBA at Keller Graduate School of management over the course of 8 years part time while having a full time job and 3 kids. I only took a couple classes a year and eventually finished with a MBA with a concentration in project management. Keller isn't perfect, but it is pretty good. it is affordable and flexible for your schedule as a working adult with a job and family. The professors are surprisingly good. The online content could use some improvement but it is expensive to update this type of online curriculum on a constant basis while keeping tuition affordable. I recommend taking classes in person at a local Chicago campus. To vouch for the quality of the professors, all of the project management classes used PMI curriculum. The PMBOK 5th edition was the text book. After finishing 4 elective concentration courses in project management I did additional self study and took the PMP exam and passed on my first attempt without any boot camps or any other supplements. The classes DID teach you what you need to be successful. Now I'm a MBA with a PMP certification from an arguably budget "for profit" school. My conclusion is that it was a good value and got what I wanted out of it."
Latasha Parchman
  • Reviewed: 11/22/2016
  • Degree: Business Administration
"Keller Graduate School of Management is an opportunity for students to seek a rewarding career. Currently, I am in school, pursuing my doctorate degree in Organizational Leadership with the University of Phoenix. This scholarship will help me ..."
  • Reviewed: 6/20/2016
  • Degree: Business Administration
"Please Do not attend this school unless you want to be over charged, uncared for, and taken advantage of. Not to mention they Break laws about pertaining to your loan services and do not care to fix mistakes on their part. I have been waiting to have Keller refund my money for months and no one seems to care even call me back when asked. They keep telling me they are working diligently on my issue, but yet it has been a month. Legal a university has to disburse any remaining funds to a student within 10 business days by law. No wonder why the school is getting sued. Beware"