Saint Leo University
Saint Leo University Reviews:
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
St. Leo's online MAT program
June 6, 2011
I chose St. Leo in 2005 for my MAT, after researching many online graduate programs because I felt that St. Leo was an established university and its Christian values would make it more caring and personal. I made sure it was accredited and was reassured by the fact that St. Leo's MAT program was receiving US military subsidy for training retired military officials to become teachers. At first I was pleased with my choice. The ... [Read more]
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
MBA Program is TOUGH
December 9, 2010
I graduated from St. Leo March 2010 with an MBA. Shortly thereafter, I was offered an undergrad instructor job at a local college. The MBA program was extremely difficult. It required 20-25 hours a week per class and there are only 8 weeks per semester. Lots of reading, researching, and writing. It was not easy but I managed to finish with the help of supportive instructors and staff. [Read more]
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
September 19, 2010
I am currently enrolled in the 300 level accounting courses. I came to Saint Leo with a 3.89 average in my accounting major. I am actually failing my 300 level accounting course. The instructor will not help you and if you e mail for help, he e mails back telling you that you must not be doing the required work etc. if you do not understand. He makes no attempt to teach or help you. ... [Read more]
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Great program if you apply yourself!
May 26, 2010
I completed my BA in Business Administration, Management concentration last year. I found the program to be very comprehensive and challenging. I was returning to college after several years to complete my degree. As with most online programs, what you learn is based on how much you apply yourself. The professors varied in quality and responsiveness but overall were very involved with the students. Texts were good but I recommend finding alternative sources (cheaper) when ... [Read more]
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
So far so good (part 1)
March 21, 2013
I have never been to a more helpful school. The staff are friendly and eager to help. Financial aid was so easy to apply for. My counselor registered my classes for me. I've never had another college do that. St Leo recieved my transcript from a previous college within a week of requesting it. I haven't taken classes yet, but I will post another review when I do. Unless the classes are horrible, I will ... [Read more]
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
June 16, 2010
I graduated from Saint Leo's with a degree in Business Admin - concentration in Management and minor in HR. The teachers were very supportive and the technology they used was very good. The program was challenging but you had to be motivated. I also attended the graduation. The campus was beautiful and the staff and teachers were very welcoming. Please understand that online classes are not for everyone. The senior classes required 10 to 15 ... [Read more]
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
March 24, 2010
I am currently enrolled in one class at St. Leo University. I received my MBA with a concentration in accounting several years ago. I recently found out that I was required to take additional accounting classes to qualify for several things that I am interested in pursuing. Most, if not all schools require 18 hours in the concentration that you choose, so imagine my surprise when I found that I did not have 18 accounting ... [Read more]
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