University of Phoenix Reviews of Associates in Business
- Annual Tuition: $9,552
50% of 22 students said this degree improved their career prospects
55% of 22 students said they would recommend this program to others
Reviews - Associates in Business
- Reviewed: 4/20/2012
- Degree: Business
- Graduation Year: 2010
"I attended Axia for my Associates and graduated in 2010. My experience with UOP has been good and bad, but overall I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS SCHOOL! In my opinion it doesn't matter where you attend, you will never be completely happy.. there will always be pros and cons.I am currently taking classes for my Bachelors with UOP, and do not have regrets. Are they expensive? Yes. Is it worth it? YES! My counselors are all very helpful. I have had a delinquent account that I couldn't pay off due to some unexpected circumstances, and they worked with me. I was able to continue my classes when the balance was paid, and all is good."
- Reviewed: 3/14/2012
- Degree: Business
- Graduation Year: 2012
"I attended the University of Phoenix online school, Axia. I was told in the beginning of my program the total cost of the two-year associates program would be $18,000. Now that I am just a few weeks away from completing the program I have been advised that the real cost is $24,500. The online access is a blessing; I would not have achieved a degree otherwise. The teachers are mixed, some good and some leave you wondering how they graduated grade-school much less became a teacher. In the entire Associates program I was only able to select two classes from limited choices.All others were required and selected for me. The classes were redundant and very basic. More like a review of high school than something new and challenging. I had a great enrolement counselor, aside from being lied to about the true cost, but my counselors were switched several times and I have no rapport with any of them. The communication from the school is highly lacking. I succeeded because I am self-driven and determined. If you are not, don't bother waste your time and money with this school. There are plenty of better options."