Regis University Reviews of Master's in Accounting

  • 5 Reviews
  • Denver (CO)
  • Annual Tuition: $14,441
0% of 5 students said this degree improved their career prospects
40% of 5 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Graduate Student
  • Reviewed: 8/10/2018
  • Degree: Accounting
"I'll start with the good: -It's a solid education, professors have been great. -Well respected on a local level in Colorado. Regional may be a stretch. -Decent networking opportunities. -Great career services office. -Great resources to help student's suceed. Cons: -They are an administrative nightmare and I will provide examples. -When first entering the program I was told I could only take one class at a time, I was then dinged on financial aid later because "I'm not considered a part or full time student yet." After fighting with them a bit to let me take more classes so I can graduate quickly, I was again dinged on financial aid "Oh we can only cover so much in a given semester" after being told I would be considered as a full time student. Now the tuition bills are flowing in, and they will not work with you to register for future classes nor provide any advice or assistance in getting it resolved. -My academic adviser left shortly after I started the program, not a big deal. It's been 10 months and I still do not have an adviser despite asking numerous times. -Every time I call the advisers regarding academic matters (registering etc...) a financial aid I get different responses. I am pretty much left on my own to figure it out. In summary, go if you want/need a solid education with great flexibility, but be prepared to fight them every step of the way regarding administrative matters. I would go to CU or Metro for my masters but Regis is the only school that offers the schedule I need. It is the only reason I am going to finish up here."
  • Reviewed: 1/24/2017
  • Degree: Accounting
  • Reviewed: 1/7/2014
  • Degree: Accounting
"There is absolutely no support for online students. If there is a problem with an instructor, this school does not care and will not in any way support its students. It will be difficult if not impossible to contact the only support a student has, the academic adviser. Advisers will not respond to emails, will not return phone calls, will not answer phone calls. Problems with instructors include not grading assignments, not responding to emails, not answering questions about assignments. I have had several classes where the syllabus was wrong, lacked instruction and incomplete. If a student attempts to get help with problems, the university turns away as if to say, tough luck, we won't help you. I have had so many problems since the beginning with trying to get my transcripts evaluated to ordering books online, all fraught with problems. That should have been my first clue...when I began the admission process and the person evaluating my transcripts did not have the time to do access them. The only bright light at this college is that their online librarians and IT department are very good at what they do, and very helpful. I would never recommend this online program to anyone. If a school cannot support its students, who pay it money for services, it could be stated that this school is greedy and for a Jesuit school to be greedy is not a good sign."
  • Reviewed: 1/7/2014
  • Degree: Accounting
"After completing one year as an online student, I would advise any prospective student to look at other colleges. As a student, you will not have any support from this university. Academic advisers will not answer phone calls from you, will not respond to your emails, and if they do, they will not by any means support the student. Since the academic adviser is the only resource an online student has, this means that online students have absolutely no support at this college. If the student has a problem, whether it is an instructor has not graded assignments, this has happened for weeks with one instructors, emails that are not responded to, that has happened with multiple instructors, or the instructor is lousy at providing guidance or answering questions, this too has happened multiple times, as a student, you simply have no recourse. Only 50% of my instructors have actually been good instructors with one fantastic, the very best you could ever ask for instructor. This university also doesn't trust the students since the instructors use turnitin but does not allow students access to the same site. Students will have to access 3 websites to interact with the various departments at the school with little or no instruction on how to do so. Their online library is very difficult if not impossible to use. The online librarians and the IT department are the only good departments at the school. Don't order your books online because they may not have them in stock and will not contact you if they cannot ship them out. It will take multiple attempts to reach anyone at their bookstore. Plus, books are a lot less expensive on other sites and hassle-free to order. I will not now, nor anytime in the future ever recommend this school. I pay them money to be ignored, and so will you. Spend your money at a college that actually supports its students and are very interested in their success. I can guarantee this school is not concerned about its online students."
Lynn Novitsky
  • Reviewed: 9/22/2013
  • Degree: Accounting
"The reputation and quality of education at Regis University is outstanding. Regis delivers and assists business professionals to work around busy schedules. The academic program is applicable to todays real world business. More classes are needed in the outlying areas then from the central location of the University."