Argosy - Dallas is a for-profit university located in Farmers Branch, Texas in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 56 undergraduate students. The Argosy - Dallas acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Psychology, Nursing, and Business. Graduating 14% of students, Argosy - Dallas alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $31,500.
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Argosy University - Dallas Reviews
Being in the Psychology program has been a wonderful experience because I have learned to cope with stress, have better communication with my family, friends, and relationship. Despite of the rough times I had during my classes; my professors were very understanding and would level with me. The workload is plenty to keep you busy such as writing notes, listening the auditory videos about the criteria, taking timed quizzes, writing different type of essays to visualize different perspectives, and keeping track of the notes for final exam. I never thought of myself as an online student but attending Argosy University has been a wonderful experience so far. I have also learned that I am more of a one-on-one session with my professor. As far for the curriculum, the classes have been basic and I am getting closer to my psychology classes. The facility will guide you into the internship and will teach you the tools to get job opportunities, interviews, and getting your career started.
The classes are different because sometimes it can be a small group or a big group. Either way, I am comfortable with my classes and there is no problem with my courses. When it comes to difficult criteria; the professors helpful with any type of questions you seek answers from. The quality of the courses are well-detailed, organized, understandable, and able to keep up with the class sessions. The professors are very friendly, hardworking, understanding,and they treat everyone equally. The class styles can be visual or auditory. The variety of courses we receive is one class every 5 weeks. My experience has been wonderful due to the fact of making new friends and having professors who actually care about your education.
From my experience of a traditional classroom experience was a bit difficult for me because I would have a difficult time to concentrate in class,too much noise, could not understand the teachers well, and I learned about myself that I was more of a one-on-one person. As for my experience in online class, I have the chance to take my time, making it on my own pace, having a better understanding of the material, concentration is more accurate for me, and its silent. Its not a problem for me to socialize but if I want to succeed in my program, I would like to stay focused and keep track on my due dates on homework, quizzes, essays, and projects. The workload is the same for me, the unique features would be that I have professors who actually care and want you to succeed. My experience with the professor/student relationship in person felt a bit awkward and intimidating. Although, when I became an online student, it felt like a comfortable area for me to study at ease, no rush, no issues with time. Even so, my peer-to-peer interaction is the same as well because I have no problem working in groups, nor partners, and accept anyone as who they are.