National University is a regionally accredited school based in Southern California. The school has satellite campuses throughout California and in Nevada, and it also offers degrees online. Distance learners choose from scores of degree options in the School of Business and Management, the School of Education, and other university departments.
Review Average: 6.5 out of 10
National University Reviews:
14 of 40 people found the following review helpful
A Degradation of an American College Education
July 27, 2011
I can say with confidence - and can back with plenty of evidence (I am writing a book on this topic) - that National University (NU) represents everything wrong about the for-profit model and the subsequent degradation of the American college education. I recently graduated with a MS in Information System, 3.9 GPA and "Honors" Capstone. In my evaluation of the school (part of the graduation process), I gave failing grades in nearly every category. ... [Read more]
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
September 5, 2011
I completed my MA English degree at National a few months ago and I am very pleased with the entire program. The rigor, choice of courses, and the faculty were fantastic. I did not have a flaw in the program. I was worried about the thesis process, but the program has a very supportive process that put me at ease. However, be prepared to work very hard and do a lot of reading and writing. ... [Read more]
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Happy online student
September 12, 2009
This is my third course at NU and in case you're wondering this is REAL school. I have two B&M degrees and I have to work much harder in my NU program just to make the grade than I ever had to in my prior schools. Be prepared to do a lot of reading and a lot of writing. Discussions are either once or twice/week depending on a professor and you are required to give ... [Read more]
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
BA Interdisciplinary Studies
February 18, 2012
I transferred from a California community college and completed my BA Interdisciplinary Studies at National and found my experience to be very good. The courses were very good and my professors (except a couple) were also very qualified in their subject. I found that when I had a question or a concern, my advisor was always available to helpful. Sometimes I thought I was a bother with all of my questions, but the advisor never ... [Read more]
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
National University - Masters of Arts- English Lit
June 24, 2008
An outstanding program. I expected a diploma mill, but was pleasently surprised to find the professors challenged me in every course. Brick-and-mortor and on-line classes available, I completed mine entirely on-line. Instruction was engaging and insightful. Thesis work was also challenging, however my advisor was very helpful throughout the process. [Read more]
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Not a party school..
September 26, 2011
If you're looking to party, look elswhere, this place is for serious people looking to get a serious degree. Classes are hard, you have to read a lot and write a lot. Highly recommended. [Read more]
9 of 26 people found the following review helpful
Don't do it!!!!
March 12, 2010
I paid over $5,000 to go to National University and they outsourced my training...it was so bad I quit. They are sneaky, deceitful, and downright awful. The training I got was just way below what standards for a college should be. Then because they outsourced my training I had a heck of a time trying to get help. What they did was WRONG. All just to make a buck. [Read more]
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