Franklin University Review

Franklin University is committed to providing an intense educational experience by focusing on the students’ education and their career goals, helping them to stand out in a world of every-growing demands and expectations. This is done with the creation of flexible educational programs that allow students to attend classes without having to sacrifice other things that are important to them. Understanding the demand for knowledge professionals who can think critically and have better problem-solving and decision making skills, the university ensures the knowledge provided is innovative and relevant. It teaches students skills with a great deal of emphasis on the current marketplace trends. The coursework is designed with the help of businesses and communities, and is a balanced blend of theory with practical experience.

Established in 1902 as a School of Commerce with the help of the YMCA program, Franklin University has grown exponentially over the years. By the year 1969, the school was relocated to its present location, Columbus, Ohio, and the name was changed to Franklin University. The main campus is in Columbus with three smaller campuses in Dublin, Delaware and Westerville. It has also established a Virtual Campus to cater to students who cannot make it to the campus and wish to study from home. The age of the students ranges between 18 and 75 and there are students from more than 63 countries studying in Franklin. The university has many achievements to its credit. It was chosen to provide education to enlisted soldiers via GoArmyEd. It was one of the 20 institutions chosen. More than 245 community colleges in the United States have partnered with the university through Community College Alliance (CA), enabling students to complete their bachelor’s degrees online.

Students wishing to take the undergraduate or graduate programs in business will flourish with the several opportunities that Franklin offers. Students have several options, such as taking an on-campus course for a degree or do a MBA degree online. Franklin’s MBA program is one of the most respected and the largest MBA programs in central Ohio. It has helped thousands of students increase their earning potential and career advancement while continuing with their profession and taking care of other personal things.

Academic success comes easy to students of Franklin University, because they are provided with all the material required to achieve that success. The resources available to online students are exceptional. They can access their books online at their convenience. They have the facility to interact with the faculty, other students and student advisors through a web-based platform. This helps students clarify their doubts and solve their problems immediately. All the degrees offered by Franklin University online are undergraduate degrees, excepting the MBA program. Students can also major in other fields like Marketing, Accounting and Web Development.

For those with an ambition to continue their education while taking care of their professional as well as their personal responsibilities, Franklin University provides every resource to make the study from home most convenient and worthwhile.


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5 Responses to “Franklin University Review”

  1. Rob says:

    Stay away from this university unless you are seeking plenty aggravation and a serious lack of organization. This is what I experienced throughout my entire process from the application process all the way down to, well I’m still experiencing aggravations with this university and I’m not attending there any more. I was a straight A student with a 4.0 GPA. That was until my wife became seriously ill and it forced me to not complete the classes that I was enrolled in dusing my last semester. As a result, I knew that I would receive failing grades in the 4 classes that I was enrolled in which as you can imagine was not what I wanted to do having maintained a 4.0 GPA up to that point but of course my family was my first priority at the time. At the end of the semester after receiving my report card I learned that 2 of my professors gave me a grade of “Z” and 2 of my professors gave me a grade of “E” which is the grade that I expected from all 4 professors. However, due to the grade being posted as a “Z” it caused the number of credit hours that I was enrolled in to drop from 12 to 6 which in turn reduced the amount of financial aid that I was awarded. As a result it left a balance due on my account. Let me also mention that I have talked to close to 20 different people at the university and not one of them has even asked how my wife was doing. Never the less, I have been trying to get my transcripts from Franklin since the end of the semester which they are now holding as ransom. Listen, I could go on for hours but the bottom line is this. Unless you are a glutten for punishment and don’t mind talking to incensitive people and are prepared to go through a process like you have never experienced, don’t ecen consider Franklin University as a place to further your education. Not when there are so many other good ones out there.

  2. Lorenzo says:

    Rob is obviously a disgruntled student that had a bad experience at Franklin. Don’t let this negative response fool you… Franklin has provided a great education to many, including myself. The lessons were applied easily to my real-life work experience and the faculty were always insightful, helpful, and professional. Two thumbs up for Franklin

  3. Joe says:

    Rob sure had a lot of typos for a “4.0” student.

  4. Jason says:

    Franklin is awesome! I finsihed my Bachelors within 1 1/2 years after starting with my transfer credits. The worst part that I experienced at Franklin was the Statistics class for Christ sake. I felt that the class was really unorganized learning through the TI84 vs. The MathXL portion only teaching in formula. Other than this my advisor was awesome, financial aid is on top of things after the red tape which happens anywhere. They give a great education in my opinion becasue you work extremely hard to research real life situations through economics and financial portions dealing with everyday business. I would highly recommend this university.

  5. Mike says:

    Franklin is a fringe institution on the outskirts of academia, that does not ‘make it possible.’ The entire curriculum is busywork, and the professors are unlikely to take your comments or feedback seriously. I had a campaign management course at Franklin last year that used a 14 year old text for the course. This text, meant to teach me contemporary campaign management strategies, didn’t make any mention of social media (because it hadn’t been invented at the time of publication), and speculated, “speculated,” that email may one day supplant the role of traditional mail. This institution’s undergraduate program is a joke, and I wouldn’t even hire me with this degree. Pick a real school.

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