Trident at AIU Reviews of Bachelor's in Business Administration

  • 10 Reviews
  • Cypress (CA)
  • Annual Tuition: $9,240
75% of 10 students said this degree improved their career prospects
60% of 10 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Reviews - Bachelor's in Business Administration

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Marshall
  • Reviewed: 3/6/2021
  • Degree: Business Administration
"Trident was purchased by American InterContinental University and thus they have become: Predatory, misleading and incompetent. Seriously consider your options, especially if you are affiliated with the military. Attend this school at your own peril."
ANGB
  • Reviewed: 12/1/2019
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I had a wonderful experience at Trident. The professors were always available to assist and guide you through the graded discussions and course work. Although challenging at times, I maintained a pretty decent average throughout. It takes a lot of discipline and motivation to obtain a degree. Trident is a military friendly school and sets the ground work for you to be successful. Thanks Trident!"
Lisa Dula
  • Reviewed: 7/24/2019
  • Degree: Business Administration
"After doing much research on online colleges I decided on Trident University International. What sold me was the one on one treatment I received and the time and dedication to my ending goal to obtain my Bachelors Degree. The Team is with you from the beginning to the end. Providing guidance not only on your studies and the academics you are working in but also financial guidance. They want this to be a rewarding experiment and not one wheee you are worried about your budget. They are committed to ensuring you are successful in all areas of your academic goal. If I had to choose a school again...I would choose Trident University International."
Gregory Tomlinson
  • Reviewed: 7/14/2019
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I had to transfer here because Jones International University closed and no one would take all of my credits. I learned a lot from them for my remaining classes. The classes were insightful and the instructors were diligent. The financial services department was lacking organization. In the end the print your own diploma was cheap and devalued the student's academic achievements."
Active duty student
  • Reviewed: 6/12/2019
  • Degree: Business Administration
"Trident University is a great school for military students. They were very helpful in all my studies. Being stationed onboard a ship there were times where operational commitment prevented me from finishing a course on time. The Staff at Trident were cooperative and understanding of my circumstance. With their help I was able to finish my Bachelors as planned."
Vivian Ngo
  • Reviewed: 5/20/2019
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I think it was such a great experience. The instructors know that most of us are soldiers/veteran so they worked really hard to make sure we understood the subject. The course made me think but didnt overwhelm me. The counselors ask my emails really quick. And so did the instructor. I didnt fail any of my courses."
Ben
  • Reviewed: 3/11/2019
  • Degree: Business Administration
"Challenging curriculum, that brought real world experience which transposed knowledge relevant to the desired bachelors program, through assignments and overall student/faculty interaction. Would highly recommend to anyone wishing to further their careers, while still being able to accomplish their duties at home and work."
Diamond N.
  • Reviewed: 2/5/2019
  • Degree: Business Administration
"The programs are really good and you learn a lot. The professors/instructors are very knowledgeable and are helpful when you ask a question or would like to get some more details on a topic. Each class is tailored for you to succeed. The professors/instructors give you a lot of feedback and want to make sure you have a good understanding of the topics in class."
Christopher Jackson
  • Reviewed: 6/5/2018
  • Degree: Business Administration
"While studying here the administration was very helpful. The classes were engaging and I actually enjoyed doing the work. If I had a problem the school would be very helpful, getting back to me within 24 hours max. The problems started as soon as my final class ended. I was told that after completion of my final class I would receive my diploma in the mail within 4-6 weeks. Very reasonable time frame I thought. Well, 6 weeks elapse and I notice that my degree still hasnt gone through the audit process, so I decide to call and find out why. Early Wednesday last week was my first call. Im told that someone will contact me ASAP. I dont hear back from them so I call again Thursday and Friday. Both times Im told someone will call me that day and both times I receive 0 phone calls from the school. Today I call to complain to someone within the school overseeing the registars office. Im told that the head of the office has her phone off so I wont be able to make any calls in regard to the registars office not doing their job. Its now Tuesday, almost a week later, and I still havent talked to anyone who can tell me whats going on. I can only assume that now that they have taken in all of my GI Bill money and arent going to be getting another check on my behalf they are done with me. I felt others should know of my predicament in case they are considering going to this University. You will get out of this school curriculum what you put into it, you just may not end up getting the piece of paper you were promised upon completion."
Jeffrey Adams
  • Reviewed: 4/6/2016
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I am having a difficult time with the lack of curriculum and being forced to interact with students on the lowest levels of the academic spectrum. This school has used more YouTube lectures and Wiki-type references than I thought possible. In response to their accreditation being threatened, they decided to make the assignment’s harder and longer. The problem is the instruction is still the same. The classes lack references to actual academic sources of information. Investment Analysis should not be taught using Investopedia. I had to use other online libraries to gain access to Harvard Business Review articles. I joke that my degree is a Google Education because I am self-taught. My accounting professor said I had to use his elementary PowerPoint references in my paper. Instead, I found an MIT textbook with better information. As far as the other students go, I feel as though I am at the top of the bell curve because of the exponential downturn in the IQ of other people enrolled. For a prime example, read Lavenia Taylor’s comment. I believe she meant to write the following: I have lost all hope with my education. I no longer qualified for financial aid because I earned a B- , which lowered my GPA to an unacceptable level. I cannot pay out-of-pocket, I have no money. I will now be forced to apply for a private loan. I already messed up my BA. College is not worth it. College got me nowhere in life, and I am almost 30. The fact that I am forced to interact with college students possessing the grammar skills of my kindergarten son is enough to lower the school’s ranking. Sorry Lavenia, but you are the reason my “college” education is being diluted to an expensive online extension of high school. Overall, they will gladly take $1,000 per class. They were definitely helpful when I needed to complete a FAFSA application for a grant. You will teach yourself and occasionally be smarter than the professors. Your experience in the discussion boards with crush your soul with the immense stupidity of other enrolled members. A quote from my last discussion board, “I lik that government keep us wit the money baked by gold.” I believe this person was trying to say our currency is still backed by gold, and I proceeded to correct the ignorance in a 400-level course. This was a response to a question about the feasibility of long-term quantitative easing with fiat currencies. P.S. We probably got the same score for the discussion points."