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William Howard Taft University

Total Grad Surveys 9
Females 0
Males 9
Avg years at University 2.6
Research Quality A (8.9)
Research Availability A (9.0)
Research Funding B (6.7)
Graduate Politics A (9.3)
Errand Runners A (9.3)
Degree Completion A (9.5)
Alternative pay [ta/gsi] A- (8.7)
Sufficient Pay A- (8.4)
Competitiveness A+ (9.8)
Education Quality A+ (9.8)
Faculty Accessibility B+ (7.8)
Useful Research A- (8.8)
"Individual" treatment A+ (9.8)
Friendliness A (9.5)
Safety A (9.2)
Campus Beauty B (6.9)
Campus Maintenance A (9.2)
University Resource/spending A- (8.4)
Extracurriculars A- (8.5)
Success-Understanding A- (8.8)
Surrounding City A+ (10.0)
Social Life/Environment A- (8.4)
Research FundingB
Surrounding CityA+
After much research, IFeb 06 2015Education
After much research, I selected WHT. It is by far, the best, most rigorous. and most authentic online program available. Do NOT choose WHT, if you expect to slide through a diploma mill! You will work very hard, for several years, to earn an Ed.D.
I attended William Howard Taft University's Online MBANov 11 2014Business - Management and Administration
I attended William Howard Taft University's Online MBA program. This is a very demanding program requiring a lot of reading, research and writing. I found the program to be more challenging than I expected. Staff was helpful and Stephanie is wonderful. My thesis required much work and research and when completed, represented a good recap of my learning experience. The only drawback is lack of Regional accreditation. This did not hinder me in finding a great job, but it could be an issue if I want to obtain a PHD.
Research Topic(s): Sustainibility
The education EDOct 31 2013Education
The education ED.D program is rigorous, and very challenging. Courses require significant reading and research. Faculty are always available for support. This is as far from a "diploma mill" as you can get. Expect to devote a minimum of 4 years to complete the program, more likely 5-6. Employers that bother to research the quality of this institution are always impressed. Online programs can be a total waste, or equal or better than brick and mortar. Taft is outstanding.
This is a universityFeb 11 2012Education
This is a university with a highly rigorous program. Extensive reading and high quality writing is required. The faculty is highly supportive and the coursework is focused. There are few, if any, other fully accredited online programs that can match Taft's.
Taft University is simply one of the bestApr 23 2010PreLaw and Legal
Taft University is simply one of the best on-line law schools in the United states. If you are not ready to study, seek admission to another school. This school does not hand out grades or diploma. You MUST earn it. Upon your graduation from this school, you will be proud of your achievement. I had a master's degree in criminal Justice prior to enrolling at Taft University. The challenges I had here surpassed the one I had during my graduate studies in Criminal Justice.
This is an outstanding on-line law schoolJun 23 2008PreLaw and Legal
This is an outstanding on-line law school. You will definitely work for the diploma. My advise is that anyone preparing to study law at Taft University must be fully prepared. I already had a graduate degree prior to enrolling at Taft university. The challenges I had in this school surpased that of the graduate school I attended. Taft University does not "hand out" any diploma; you literarily earn it. I am particularly highly impressed with the expected performance standard set by the school. If you really want to learn, this is the school for you.

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