Healthcare Administration

Level: Bachelor
Language: English

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Attention Military Vets!
March 19, 2013
I chose to go to Ashford 1. because the school where I live does not offer the program I want and 2. Because I have a lot of friends who are still active duty or who are out and using their GI Bill. The idea of a 5 week class was appealing to me and the advisors were GREAT at giving information and making the enrollment process easy for me. First of all, after enrolling, ...

Currently Enrolled and like AU so far
February 13, 2013
I like the school and all and I also like that if I have questions or concerns help is just a push of a button away. I like the fact that we have books online because as soon as you highlight it automatically makes a study guide. I do not like the fact that the books are not mailed out to the students for those who attend online. I feel as though I can study ...

Use caution and understand each experiencei s dfferent
December 26, 2012
To begin Ashford on the service has a very competitive and very good selection of higher education programs. That being said for my experience with them this is where it ends and begins to be a nightmare from the beginning. When you are considering attending here and request information they will call you up to 3 times a day and email you at least once a day until you attend, even if you say your ...

Great Experience!
September 19, 2012
I am one class away from finishing my BA in Healthcare Administration from Ashford. I have had a wonderful experience! I attended a traditional school first and just struggled. When choosing Ashford, I was actually drawn to the fact that everyone was so interested in helping me with my success! My advisor responds to my emails almost immediately. She has been wonderful throughout my coursework. I have been so pleased that I decided to pursue ...

GREAT EXPERIENCE
May 22, 2012
I ENJOYED MY EXPERIENCE THOROUGHLY. MY INSTRUCTORS WERE GREAT AS WELL AS MY ADVISORS. I RECEIVED MY FINANCIAL AID ON TIME. ALL OF MY CREDITS WERE TRANSFERRED FROM PREVIOUS COLLEGES. I ADMIT I WAS VERY SKEPTICAL AT FIRST BUT I'M GLAD I CHOSE ASHFORD AND TRUST ME I RESEARCHED ALOT OF OTHER ONLINE SCHOOLS, THIS WAS THE PERFECT MATCH FOR ME. MY LAST DAY WILL BE MAY 28, 2012. I WILL TRULY MISS THE VIRTUAL ...

earning a degree at this school and actually getting a job
September 30, 2011
I have been with ashford for about five months now i have to say so far i have not ran into any of these issues and I'm currently a soldier so the military pays for my courses. My question to everyone on here is have anyone graduted with a BA in healthcare administration and if so was it hard actually finding a job with your degree from ashford because i'm getting out the military next ...

DON'T DO IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
June 3, 2011
Let me say, I've gotten a AA and a BA online and it was great for my schedule, but this school is the pits and I'm in the Master's Program. You don't feel as if you've learned anything at the end of a class, and starting from the Academic Advisor to the Financial Aid Department their all in lack on knowledge. Trust me keep looking and find another online unversity to attend, but this is ...

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May 22, 2010, 3:08 a.m.
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I am currently enrolled at Ashford in Health Care Administration and agree with Uniqzoe that you get what you put in.  Although it does seem like there are many students that do not fit the criteria, now in my sophomore year I am finding much more contribution and equality among others in my classes.  It sometimes takes a leader for others to follow and while at times it seems a contribute quite a bit, that is what we are here for.  We each take a part and hope that each discussion is as meaning full as the last.  Furthermore, all of this is coming from a past classroom educated student and I find that in certain classes the knowledge learned far exceeds that of a conventional classroom.
April 24, 2009, 3:48 p.m.
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Hello CrossRoads,

I graduated from Ashford in March '09 (Healthcare Admin) and as with any school you have your pros and cons. In my case there were more pros than cons. My first two years of school were completed at traditional state schools and I loved that environment, however at this point in my life that doesn't work for me.  

The things I loved about Ashford were the textbooks are the same used in many traditional schools, MOST instructors are professionals in their field and give great insight to the subjects taught.

The cons were the first few classes will be filled with students that may not be ready for college level classes or discussions which can be frustrating.  However as your classes continue the faint at heart are weeded out and the discussions are more beneficial, particuallary from the students that have been in the field for several years.

In closing, as with anything you will get out of it what you put in it. Good luck to you.
March 15, 2009, 12:50 a.m.
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Ashord's tuition just went up.. Don't be fooled by what their website says now. I recieved an email staing as of April 1st 2009. Tuition is going to be 354 per credit.. that's up from 262.. Just be careful!
Dec. 11, 2008, 4:58 a.m.
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I am a LVN who will be relocating to out of the country, I have never taken an online class, but I do very well in the traditional classroom setting.  I attend class, take my notes, do the review and test, I am looking for a school online as close to that format as possible.  I am looking at Ashford University or Colorado Technical University to obtain my bachelors in healthcare administration.  Has anyone attended and graduated fro either of these schools that can help me make an informed decision.  Ashford has hard copy books and is less expensive than Colorado Tech but they have live lectures you can interact with online.  I wish they had nursing schoold that did that.  HELP!!!

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