Saint Leo University Online Reviews - Human Resources

4.22 out of 5 stars
(3 Reviews)
100% of 3 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 3 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
AAM - 1/12/2015
Degree: Human Resources
Graduation Year: 2011
"This is the best school I have attended between my Masters and Bachelors. My coursework was extremely challenging; however, I will never forget what I learned here! I especially like the fact that this school is a Catholic college; however, we had to study the three major world religions and form our own opinion. My philosophy course was one of my favorites as the professor challenge me to lean on my own understanding of how our minds work. He challenged me to really think. This technique helped me in other courses! Some of the professors here can be snooty; however, I had to realize they just know their crafts well."
4.0 out of 5 stars
Satisfied Student - 1/3/2015
Degree: Human Resources
Graduation Year: 2016
"Overall I think Saint Leo is a good school. While the 8 week classes are a little shorter than I would like (I miss 16 week semesters), it does allow for me to go part-time while still progressing in my degree completion. Majority of faculty are very good as long as you make them aware of your situation i.e., trouble in class (ACC201) and when I was having family issues (health). Most professors worked with me if I gave them notice early on letting them know my personal situation. Most classes are time consuming and challenging...I miss 100 level intro classes!!! In hindsight, I feel like I learn more and am challenged on a consistent basis compared to other schools I've attended. Most advisors appear to be very knowledgeable and give me great service. My advisor Rob is great and always help me with my questions in a timely manner! One day he was out and I spoke to another advisor Oscar who was also really knowledgeable. He treated me as if I was one of his students. Saint Leo does offer free tutoring which was somewhat helpful and is nice that it exists. While I wish tuition was less, I believe it's a good value compared to other schools (many of which are higher!) Overall I've had a good experience. While I miss the in-class experience. the online platform provides me with the flexibility I need. Saint Leo University is definitely a challenging school and I would recommend it to those students who know what they want to major in and have the time for classes. Onward to the completion of my bachelors!"
4.5 out of 5 stars
Jason H. - 6/20/2013
Degree: Human Resources
Graduation Year: 2014
"I have been attending Saint Leo for over two years now. I have about 10 months to go and I will have my BA in Human Resource Management. Let me say first, that I have always been taken care of by the administration, staff, etc. I have always been able to rely on them for answers to my questions. If there was an issue, I would shoot an email and get a response/solution the next day, if not sooner. No problems with financial aid, or anything else logistically. As far as the education quality, I found myself challenged from time to time, and the course work was perfect. Although some were easier than others, the courses always demanded at least 20-25 hours a week for me to complete. When you consider the reading, assignments, papers, exams, discussions/replies, I feel that you get a convenient experience without sacrificing quality. I have EARNED my degree, and encourage all to do the same. The instructors were always helpful, and some graded harder than others. That's ok, however. I a proud to have been a part of this university, and look forward to being a part of its alumni. So if you are a parent, working full time and cannot afford to quit your job, Saint Leo will take care of you. They are NOT a diploma mill!"
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