Strayer University Reviews of Bachelor's in Management

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  • Reviewed: 10/20/2021
  • Degree: Management
"Do you want your assignments graded on an assembly line from a part time employee who is not your teacher? Well, at Strayer, that is exactly what they do. It will be hard to find a career with a degree at Strayer University compared to a degree from other institutions. They might be regionally accredited and care about their students, but it ends there. Strayer University is still a for-profit university, and they want your money. Faculty will seldom grade your assignments and responds to your emails. Instead, they hire part time workers to do all the grading and do it like an assembly line. Their part time workers will quickly look over your assignments and then click a button that will automatically give you a grade reply. The same is true when you think a person is responding to you within a discussion board. The part time workers are trained to look for key words and then click a button that will give you something that you think is a unique response when they never read your assignment. Part time workers who grade your assignments have quotas, so everyone is rushed to complete them while they have a team who is looking only at plagiarism. That is correct, they have people who automatically assume you are dishonest and will investigate every paper you turn in. The discussion boards are very easy as most of the questions are related to your opinion and personal experience. The tests are very easy because all the answers are found online. The assignments have some challenging aspects, but if you follow the template, you are likely to earn a very high grade. Do you really want to learn like this? You would not because you will learn some things, but you will not learn everything an employer is really looking for. Employers who know Strayer and their reputation will not hire their students. Employers who may not realize how bad they are may hire their students, but those students are likely to struggle as they did not learn the material needed to be successful in the real world. The best definition for diploma mill is Strayer University."
Rosangel Escobar
  • Reviewed: 11/22/2019
  • Degree: Management
"I am on my second year at Strayer University. It's being an awesome journey. The online experience has being very rewarding, Strayer's team make you feel like a big part of the family. Advisors are always there for you to guide you and cheer you up when you needed."
Robert Porter
  • Reviewed: 11/21/2019
  • Degree: Management
"Honestly, Strayer was Supposed to be a stepping stone for me. What it ended up being was a change in maturity, attitude and personal growth. From the random e-mail checkins from past Professors to the near weekly calls with my success coach, I found a group of people who heard my story and convinced me that I was worth it. There will be no greater achievement for me than walking across the stage and graduating and proving that I am worth it!"
  • Reviewed: 7/11/2018
  • Degree: Management
"I have attended Strayer University at their PG County campus since 2016. I am a part time student and take one class online and one class on campus a quarter. The staff at my campus seem nice but I generally have issues with understanding instructors due to heavy accents. Foreign accents are a common occurrence in the DC area but it makes it hard to learn course material when you can not understand the words coming from your professor. I have had some very good professors at my time in the school that really seem to want to help you do better as a whole, not just in class. The online classes have not been too overly difficult up to this point as long as you review all the required materials. Financially I have had no problems with the school. I use GI Bill benefits to attend and the school set up everything for me. All of my payments have been made and I have had no outstanding balances to contend with. Switching gears to the course curriculum I do feel as if some of the classes are on the easy side of things. There are many classes that I don't feel very challenged in other than the occasional discussion post. The workload isn't too over bearing and I generally have an easy time getting it done within the week allowed. This is on top of juggling a full time job, a part time job, and a few volunteer hours a week. Overall I am happy with my experience at Strayer so far. I would recomend this school on a case by case basis. If you are just trying to get a degree to get a little ahead in life then this school might be the ticket. It all depends on your situation and the career field you are in or trying to pursue."
  • Reviewed: 5/2/2017
  • Degree: Management
"Best Decision I Ever Made. My Experience Was Great And I Had Every Tool Needed To Pass All Of My Classes. My Professors Were Really Nice And Helpful......mk2003"