| Total Grad Surveys || 31 |
| Females || 13 |
| Males || 18 |
| Avg years at University || 2.4 |
| Capella is not where you want to get your PHD. They have implemented this form called a SMR which must be approved before you start writing your dissertation. It is a waste of your money. You are charged 4,000 for this and it usually takes you 3 quarters to get it right. No other university is doing this and I am really surprise that the Student Loans Corporation is letting them get by with taking government money. |
| Jul 05 2012 || Unknown |
This is based purely on my ACADEMIC experience as a Masters in Special Education student with a graduate academic certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis. |
I have to say do not be trapped by how easy it is to be admitted into this school. Easy to get in = bad quality. If you are looking to get in and get out, this is the school for you but if you are looking to learn, grow intellectually and be a qualified professional, this is soo not the place for you.
I was NOT very impressed by all my professors. I did not feel inspired nor did I feel like I was challenged. It was too easy to get an A and mind you this is grad school!!! You basically just have to finish your homework and meet the deadlines and you are set for an A.
The applied behavior analysis online certification program is the worst ever. Stay away from this program if you can.The reason why i applied to this school is because of the online certification which they offer cause not many schools have that option. I have to say i definitely regret my choice.
Ok, enough ranting! I should have been more serious when it came to applying to grad school and retake my GRE test to get a good score.
| Sep 26 2011 || Education |
| I have an associates, bachelors, and master degrees from regionally accredited universities. In fact, I was enrolled in the doctoral program at Liberty University and had a 4.0 after 5 classes. However, I switched to California Coast University, because they are more affordable and flexible. |
I am a high school principal, my primary concern was would I receive the doctoral pay increase when I completed the degree in the state of Georgia. Once I received the letter from the GA Professional Standards Commission, stating that I would receive doctoral level pay when I complete my Ed.D. in 2012, then I enrolled in CCU. If you are from Georgia, the rules have changed, and you need to enroll in CCU by July 15, 2011, to be grandfathered in and not be under the new rules. I have completed 10 courses through CCU, and there was absolutely nothing "easy" about the courses. I look forward to completing my Ed.D. at California Coast University! If you want to know more about my doctoral journey, you can check out my website at http://jwilliamsiii.doodlekit.com
| Jun 18 2011 || Unknown |
| I completed my masters program at GCU. They promised me a particular scholarship when enrolling which was an incentive to enroll. I have graduated and still did not receive the scholarship. They kept promising all a long that it would be credited to my account. I would recommend shying away from this university because of this. I might not be able to get the money but at least you will not have to forfeit. |
| May 19 2011 || Education |
| The Doctor of Management in Community College Policy and Administration is on the cutting edge of relevant educational training in higher education today. Faculty are former community college presidents bringing real-world experience to the classroom and we are learning not only the book material but from their experiences as well. The one-on-one attention is a huge benefit along with the fact that this is the only program I found to really cater towards working professionals already in the field of higher education. The program is all on-line with only a two day residency each term - not bad. The residency provides a great opportunity to meet classmates and bring the students closer together. I love this program and would recommend it to anyone. |
| Sep 08 2010 || Education |
Seriously consider going somewhere else. This univ. has really gone down recently. There are serious admin. problems. They drop programs and change degree requirements at any time (see other reviews on this site). They changed my degree, but I just managed to get through in time. A friend of mine was not so fortunate (he has 1/2 a degree, and no prospects to finish). There are some good professors in performance and theory, but like most colleges, the majority of the professors haven't accomplished anything (worthwhile) in the last 20 years. It's usually the adjuncts who keep up their skills and knowledge. |
The campus is in a beautiful area of Va, and it's easy to work with the business office. But the area is about as dull and culturally backward as can be. There is absolutely nothing to do. If you like fun, festivals, and concerts, this is NOT the place for you.
Good Luck and study hard.
| Aug 10 2010 || Unknown |
Besides the famous name Columbia has nothing else to offer. Most of the Professors I knew were there just to get their paycheck. The classes were boring. Some of the professors were around 30 y.o. with no experience of teaching. Other professors were regular employees of the private companies and worked as a ?Professors? by contract. TA sessions were scheduled when most of the students had another classes ? so we always were facing the choice ? either to go to TA session and miss a class or miss a TA session and go to class. |
Financial aid at GSAS - horrible!!! They make you wait for 2 hours when you are the only visitor! I tried to complain but managers stick on their subordinates? side. I guess because all of them are lazy and not able to perform any tasks in professional and timely manner.
Housing sucks!!! Most administrative people I had to deal with were rude and disrespectful. I?m happy that I made decision to transfer to another school. Columbia is for losers!!! STAY AWAY from that stinky place!!!
| Apr 24 2010 || Other |
| The M.A. English graduate program at Millersville University is too small to be useful. This program in particular is focused only on coursework in British or American Literature, rather than English Composition, which is my field of interest. Furthermore, the head of my graduate department told me that there is not enough money in the department budget to sponsor graduate theses or independent study courses. Not many courses are even offered at the graduate level; those that are are combined with undergraduate student classes. No graduate courses are available during the mini-semester breaks, and because of the lack of department funding, independent study and thesis research cannot be sponsored. Professors have an aloof attitude toward this problem and do not seem concerned with helping their graduate students to attain their educational goals. They (meaning academic advisors or department heads) would prefer to circularly direct students to a handbook or a website rather than personally offering assistance. Although I was able to get a graduate assistantship on campus, the tuition waver does not cover the cost of ?general fees,? which total nearly $2,000 annually, and the graduate stipend (about $600/month) does not even come close to covering the cost of living, especially if commuting from a nearby urban area. Also, there are no teaching assistantships, which is what I would be most interested in doing at a post-secondary level. If it were not for its convenient location to me, I would never have considered attending this university for my graduate degree. |
| Oct 28 2009 || Unknown |
| I WANT DO MS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE FROM USA.|
| May 24 2009 || Computer Science |
| Chemistry major even says the people are arrogant and think they are right when they are actually wrong, but the sad thing is chemistry major didn't even spell check even though it is programmed in!! He/She was so arrogant he/she just typed the letter and sent it in w/o looking! Very hypocritical! You are supposed to be leaders, damn you really, damn you. |
| Feb 20 2009 || Unknown |
| Science is the most unique thing that has attracted most of the population in the world. The great nations are already advanced in technology whilst the now developing countries have the least opportunity to IT.|
This is the result of poor basic knowledge on how technology can help improve the life the nations.
| Sep 18 2008 || Computer Science |
| how to improve computer science in developing countries |
| The Ed.D program at Nova Southeastern University is a waste of time and money. Many of the courses I took were not interesting or designed to promote online learning. Many of assignments were not useful and meaningful. My first semester I lucked up with two great instructors but from there it all went down hill with some of the absolute worst. Trust me don't waste your time with this school. |
| Sep 05 2008 || Education |
Capella University (on line is a farce)|
The computer systems are bad and they don't allow direct contact to IT people. I finally could not proceed as my papers were not viewable by other students and the instructor when posted. It was like taking a class and being told to sit in the hall.
Of course they want their money for providing shit. When I complained I got nasty Email about the caliber of the person they wanted at their school. A community college with attitude is all it really is. They should pull the online status of any college if they don't know what they are doing.
| Aug 06 2008 || Computer Science |
| hi,my name is richard quarcoo,an african student from ghana,i am 28 yrs old,live with my parents,i am 5feet tall,very well build body,chocolate in colour.i like to dance,travel,make friends,cook,play soccer.i want to live a godily life and be a minister of god |
| Aug 06 2008 || Nursing |
| admission |
My Keller experience was a great one. After graduation I have moved up within my company very quickly. Combining my already strong work experience with a Keller MBA I was able to increase my earnings to well over 100k in a short period of time. |
Now I manage a large manufacturing facility in Illinois along with being involved in startups in Europe, Asia and the US.
Education is for people that are serious about getting it. You do not have to go to a top 10 school in business but you do need to stay focused and have a clear objective of what your ultimate goal is. I chose Keller and it was the best decision I could have made. It is not always about the name of the school but it is about having the desire to succeed and Keller definitely opend many doors for me which made my success a reality.
I believe so strongly in Keller Gradute School that I started teaching at DeVry University. Knowing that I can make a difference in peoplesâ€™ lives is very important to me so I have to be actively involved in doing so. What better way to do it then teaching and shaping individuals to be leaders in their communities and the world.
| Apr 03 2008 || Business - Management and Administration |
Formally/incarcerated) afr-amer male 47,wanna- be pop//lyric writer seeking financially-well off persons as friends/mentors. Desireing to write an autobiography on his past turbulent life combined with a 4 mini cd music set. Just seeking finacially well off persons for now as friends/mentors.I'm sincere in what I want to accomplish and do, (U) have nothing to lose or gain, but faith, that is the great question mark! |
Mike Brighon 533 Franklyn st apt#8 Buffalo NY 14202
write me at my address or email for now.
Only the Finacially Secure & Mature need respond!
| Feb 24 2008 || Unknown |
| I have a M.S. in Ed, and am considering Walden for Special Ed endorsement. I do have a family and am concerned that the program may take away too much time from them. I alreadly sacrificed 5 years of family life. I am wondering about the rigors of the program, and i heard that there may be a special ed endorsement of only 20-25 credits, to be offered this spring, without student teaching. Please tell me about typical work expectations per week, per class - hours, length of papers, APA format demand, difficulty and format of quizzes, tests, clarity or confusion of online program, and the value of the special ed classes themselves, if you have personally taken them. |
| Dec 14 2007 || Education |
Cal Poly Pomona is one of those school that you don't think about until you give it a chance. But I do believe its one of be better unknown school around southern California.|
So far as a graduate student here in CPP, I have been greatly surprised by the faculty's attention to students. They are very helpful in terms of helping you understand the materials and conveying materials in very comfortable, open environment. As student in the engineering department, hands on experience are very important and Cal Poly Pomona does a good job of delivering lab experience to its students.
With its small class size, there lots of opportunity for faculty and student interaction. I was able to get involved in some research with my fellow professors. Of course, most student are busy enough with classes and sometimes work. But experiences in some academia research have result with me gaining valuable experience and help me translate theory into application.
As most people have heard that the campus lacks activities. In this respect, yes campus is a little slow, but from my understanding from students that live on campus, they have no complaints in terms of student activities.
Lately, there has been some mess up with some classes in the college of science being cancel. I don't know the full extend but hopefully our administration will find ways to resolve these issues to better served our well deserved students.
Campus is looking better these days with new additions to the main library and hopefully we will get our new Business Admin building that we were suppose to have few years ago.
Overall, my experience has been a positive one, I have gotten to know really nice people in both the student body and our campus faculty.
| Dec 12 2007 || Electrical Engineering |
| Go Somewhere Else! |
| Dec 03 2007 || Unknown |
| Capitol College is not less then any other larger institution. Its faculty is friendly and it is well equiped. One can get best jobs after graduating from Capitol College. It has all that one wants to look at a good educational instituion. |
| Jun 26 2007 || Electrical Engineering |
| Please do not waste your money if you are looking to be a competent therapist. Argosy is extremely corporate - it's a diploma factory, not to be confused with a training institution. I will not speak to the other Argosy campuses around the country, but be confident in this review regarding the two Illinois campuses. If all you want is to spend a lot of money to get something to hang on your wall...go for it. I hope you don't mind getting the run around from administration about every little question, being ignored, or treated rudely. If you actually care about being mentored or trained to be a therapist, run away. I began as a Psy.D, but I'm leaving with an MA just to get out. |
| May 16 2007 || Psychology |
| I attended Loyola for two years as an undergraduate and one year as a graduate student. Loyola is good about presenting a great image and getting you to believe that they actually care about their student body. In reality, all they care about is how much money they can suck out of you. Their financial aid program is just an illusion - they make you run through a million hoops until you've reached the point that you become so frustrated that you don't want to even bother anymore. There are some decent professors at Loyola who truly care, but just like the students, they are caught up in a highly bureaucratic system and just as unable to break through the red tape. When I have a question or problem, I have now been reduced to having to call and e-mail people everyday - and have learned from experience to log all of these communications. I do not like to have to go above people's heads, but I've been forced to do it repeatedly at this school, just to get simple answers questioned. If given the chance to go back in time, I would have never chosen to go to Loyola. Their complete lack of concern for their students affects every aspect of Loyola. If you have any desire to get a decent education, and especially if you are in need of financial support, please do not even bother with this place. |
| Jul 07 2005 || Social Work |
| Excellent University, excellent campus, one of the best in Missouri. |
| Oct 17 2002 || Business - Management and Administration |
| The campus is really beautiful & most of the programs here are totally industry oriented. This is the main difference between RIT & other research universities. The course structure of my program is really good. It is totally hands on & I am liking what I am doing. The only thing that concerns me here is the fee streucture. This is definitely one of the most expensive schools around. Therefore, if you are sure of getting a real good paying job after you graduate then only it makes sense to join RIT. Overall, I think its a nice university with diverse student population. |
| Sep 23 2001 || Other |