Level: Masters
Language: English

(14 reviews)


The program is designed to serve the needs of talented students, regardless of their undergraduate degrees. The College of Business welcomes and encourages students from diverse academic backgrounds. The MBA program is a practice-oriented program of study scheduled to permit busy professionals to balance the demands of career, family, and school. The MBA program consists of eight core courses and four concentration courses, for a total of 12 courses or 36 semester credit hours. After completing the core course requirements, students develop expertise and specific insights in an area of concentration. Students must select one of the following concentrations offered within the MBA program: • Accounting • Customized Professional Concentration • Management • Marketing

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Recent Reviews

Do not get a degree here
June 17, 2013
I graduated with my MBA at the Orange, CA campus in 2011. I had a 3.8 GPA. It has been almost 2 years now and I cannot find a job doing anything. There are no Career Services that help you look for work after graduation and I am in huge debt. Attending this school is the biggest regret of my life. I am worse off now than I was before I went to school there.

Fraud committed, looking to sue
February 11, 2013
In Dec 2011, I received a signed contract from the Dean stating that I was approved for the Online Sustainable Management Master's degree program. In July 2011, I received a call apologizing that they had committed fraud. They admitted that they made a mistake when they falsely claimed that they offered this program online, however, they DID demand that I repay the $10k with interest! None of those classes transferred to any other college. Not ...

October 27, 2012
MBA and still no job. Beginning to forget what I learned. It was a was of time and money due to the economy. My manager with a B.A. let me go after receiving the MBA. Now I am either over qualified or under qualified. Currently working on a 2 part time job making $9.00

August 14, 2012
Horrible staff. The teachers aren't too bad. I went to the Atlanta campus and did the online and weekend classes program. The financial aid, student services, hell the entire administrative staff are just horrible. I failed my first class (was getting used to the online dynamics and my second class I mad a B in, I registered for next semester and about 3 weeks of being registered with all my info together I saw I ...

Not a chance !
April 13, 2012
I hope they post this comment. Someone hacked my internet, I have in addition to ID theft also been recieving calls from several diploma mills, including Argosy. These people are relentless in theire enrollment marketing department. $-5 emails a day, they use a constantly changing domain or address, you cant respond to it, and if you put them in your spam folder they can simply email again because the address theyre writing from renews and ...

Online MBA; ok so far
March 6, 2012
I am set to finish in December of this year (2012). All of my instructors have PhD's and are about as challenging as any other school. They make sure that you don't slack off and I have even been docked points for lazily citing my work. As in any school, you get what you put into it. The plus side is that you have the convenience of an online class and as a busy parent, ...

Argosy Atlanta is a JOKE!
October 24, 2011
The best thing about this school is the admission process, but everything else is awful! Finical aid representative either lose your paperwork, confuse your loan amount and have to re-submit it, or never return your phone calls. The classes offered are totally geared for busy work and essay writing. Many of the teachers do not teach but instead let the student teach each other by having students present chapters the whole term. Almost all classes ...

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Dec. 10, 2012, 7:16 a.m.
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I graduated from Argosy this year. I was in the Non Profit Management Masters program. I couldn't wait to get out of this school. I only got to take three or four classes that were concentrated on Non Profit because there were no teachers to teach the class. So they substituted with other classes that had nothing to do with my degree. I missed my graduation because of no notification. Sucks. 

Going to get my ph.d but not from 
June 16, 2011, 3:52 a.m.
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I have completed 10 of 12 classes for the MBA and I must say that most of the classes were excellent. There is surprisingly good interaction among the students and you actually feel like you got to know some despite the online environment. I do not have a sense of them not being established, so I don't know what you mean by that exactly. I find the instructors to be amazingly responsive and provide good feedback and promptly answer any questions. I like how you are required to read and respond to other students papers and have learned a lot from that. 
Sept. 25, 2009, 2:10 p.m.
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I am currently enrolled in my first session of the MBA program, taking two classes.  I first considered attending Argosy almost two years ago, but I didn't feel that the time was quite right.  They did seem to be a little pushy, calling multiple times a day, and that was a little off-putting when I was working through the enrollment process.  Perhaps they really do just to want to help though?  I do wish they were a little more established, and I would like to get more information regarding how they are viewed by their peers.  So far, the program seems like a good choice.  The assignments are challenging, but not impossible.  There is a diverse selection of students in my classes, who can contribute lots of insight based on their real world experiences.  I've been able to handle two classes this session and 40+ hours of work so far with no problem.  From what I've learned about the program, I would recommend it to someone who is interested in advancing their career but would prefer the flexibility of an online environment. is not affiliated with Argosy University in any way.