Lewis University Reviews
I started classes in 2012 as a transfer student from Joliet Junior College. I was finishing my last two years as a student in the college of business. The classes and curriculum were much less challenging than JJC. Everything seemed to be an easy A. When I graduated, I graduated with high honors. That doesnt say much trust me. I wasnt prepared for the real world. A after four years in the professional world I decided I would try for a Masters degree but the quality of the education dropped significantly. They taught with outdated material and technology which made the content sub par. I applied to benu in lisle and found the content and class difficulty to be on track with graduate programs. Do yourself a favor put in the time and take more than 10 classes for your masters degree. A typical MBA will consist of 65 credit hours. Your only screwing yourself when you graduate with a degree where you are unable to apply the content.