Purdue University Global Reviews of Associates in Business Administration

  • 5 Reviews
  • Indianapolis (IN)
  • Annual Tuition: $14,358
0% 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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Reviews - Associates in Business Administration

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Ryan Nielsen
  • Reviewed: 1/19/2022
  • Degree: Business Administration
"This is a phenomenal learning institution. It has truly been an enjoyable experience studying at Purdue University Global. Prior to enrolling, I had taken just a few online classes, and I was initially apprehensive. Now as I am in the last week of my capstone course, I recount my experience and I am elated as I look back on my tenure here as a student. The support team, the administrators, and the educators have all been so incredibly supportive and transformational leaders. Thank you for an amazing education!"
Tiffany Slone
  • Reviewed: 8/3/2021
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I enjoyed this program overall. I had a couple of classes that the professor was hard to understand. Some spoke too deep, and others had such a thick accent that you could not understand them. Even when addressed with the school and professors, nothing changed. I personally feel like any professors online teaching should speak clearly and articulate their words. Other than that, all others have been great."
Tiffany Slone
  • Reviewed: 8/3/2021
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I enjoyed this program overall. I had a couple of classes that the professor was hard to understand. Some spoke too deep, and others had such a thick accent that you could not understand them. Even when addressed with the school and professors, nothing changed. I personally feel like any professors online teaching should speak clearly and articulate their words. Other than that, all others have been great."
Daniel
  • Reviewed: 5/6/2021
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I have nothing but great things to say about Purdue Global. I am a father of 2 daughters that works a full time job, often times over 50 hours a week and they make it so easy and convient to get your degree online. The professors are great and work with you and the advisors go above and beyond to help in any way they can!"
Brianna
  • Reviewed: 3/9/2020
  • Degree: Business Administration
"Do not believe the annual tuition costs they give you over the phone or on their web page. Do not believe your admissions adviser when he/she tells you how much your tuition will cost you in full. I can tell you first hand, actually. I wanted to go for my Associate's in Business Administration and I was told my total tuition costs after the two years would be $21,000. Seems reasonable for 2 years of college, right? Well, I had another thing coming to me... After getting halfway through my program (4 of the 8 terms), my account is now at $25,364. This means that by the time I am done with school, I will owe them about $50,728. To do the math on that, they under-quoted me on my tuition costs by $29,728. I have to drop out of school at this point and I have wasted two of my most precious commodities - TIME & MONEY - mainly because of the false advertising on their part. You might decide you want to pay this price to receive your education, but keep in mind those are not the only issues here; Good luck getting classed with a decent professor. My two professors now - one hardly teaches anything and only lets students use HALF the seminar time doesn't matter if they want the full allotted seminar time, and the other is incredibly difficult to understand with his thick accent and talks so slowly you can hardly piece together what he is saying. I've also had rude professors and unfair professors in the past and have only been through 4 terms. The workload is insane for anyone who has anything else to do with their time - I have to laugh when someone suggests I get a job since I'm "just doing online school". Just be aware of what you're getting yourself into. The opportunity costs of college, at least at this university, are not worth it ($50,000 tuition, all the money you could have earned in that time in regular income, and 2 years of your time with all monetary considerations set aside)."