Webster University Reviews of Master's in Business Administration

  • 5 Reviews
  • St. Louis (MO)
  • Annual Tuition: $13,500
33% 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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Reviews - Master's in Business Administration

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Vance
  • Reviewed: 9/23/2020
  • Degree: Business Administration
"You are paying for a piece of paper, not an education. Well before covid they started only doing webnet and virtual. Professors are working multiple school and getting things mixed up. It's a business not a learning facility. I attended the Orlando, FL campus where there were some amazing professors. The Tampa Campus (in St Pete) could careless about the education aspect of it. I had to drive to the campus to watch a professor on webnet/webex, just so they could bypass a rule with the GI Bill. The two professors that I did that way wouldn't reply back to my questions, usually written the night or day after the class, until the day of or the day before the next class."
Sean Jones
  • Reviewed: 11/5/2017
  • Degree: Business Administration
"St. Louis is known for some odd school mascots. The Triton, the Billiken, and of course the Webster University Gorlok. I wasn't sure what to expect from a non-conventional MBA program. My views were skeptical and my future uncertain. But as with the Gorlok, I learned to embraces it. I'm now thriving and looking forward to the difference I will make with the knowledge I've attained at this wonderful Gorlok loving university."
M Stanley
  • Reviewed: 5/2/2017
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I earned my MBA at a Webster University branch campus in Florida, mostly evening and a few online courses. I completely disagree with many of the negative posts on this site. My employer paid for 50% of my degree, and it only cost about $20,000 total. Many students would borrow a lot more than this, but the tuition costs were right around $20,000. My classes consisted of HR managers, individuals in the finance sector, hospitality, and IT. I even had a Doctor in my class earning an MBA to get a better grip on running their office. My courses were taught by really amazing faculty, and THE STUDENT ONLY GETS OUT WHAT THEY PUT IN! You have to work hard and study to earn your degree. I graduated with a 3.7 GPA and got a promotion at work within three months of completing my degree. A+ customer service at my campus, and the evening face-to-face format worked best for me. Also, I made some really get connections with other professionals! Would I do it all over again? Yes, I certainly would."
JC
  • Reviewed: 4/16/2017
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I went to the Orlando University. Most of my classes, on campus and online, were horrible. The professors were past their prime and unable to connect their experiences to current business. Most were so out of it they would ramble on, not teaching, and giving busy work. Since they knew that this was an issue, they always gave ways to cheat the system. Basically, we're too lazy to teach, so we'll give you busy work. If too many start to fail, here is the extra credit to pass. If I was staying in Orlando I would have waited for UCF's Business School Cohort to come back around. Once I relocate I am transferring out. Yes i want to pass, but I am not spending this money to to get an attendance award and not learn."
George C
  • Reviewed: 12/19/2016
  • Degree: Business Administration
"I found Webster to be an awful university with standards that really can't be called graduate or even 1st year. If you want to buy an expensive, easy diploma like these healthcare posters to put on your wall then fine. But no one has addressed Webster's awful academic standards of no spreadsheets, minimal quants, no investment in its degrees, and repetition of materials across its degrees. At least half the students that start quit in disgust. What MBA has no spreadsheets or advanced quants in 2016??? Finally, not a single company recruits Webster grads which REALLY says something about the credibility and quality of Webster. My class couldn't give this junk away and corporations run a mile from Webster like Phoenix. You get a much better education with an Associates from Merimack for 1/4 the cost, with much higher standards than from a school in rapid decline like Webster that's closing campuses like wildfire."