College Junior 2013-03-19T02:02:03Z
My major is great. I enjoy the field and look forward to practicing all that I have learned.
College Junior 2013-03-19T01:54:14Z
There needs to be more interaction with the professors online, such as required conference calls.
College Senior 2012-12-28T19:48:02Z
I am a Clinical Psychology major and it is everything I thought it would be. Graduate school is a lot of work, but it is worth it. It requires many hours spent outside of the classroom for all the projects and assignments that you have to complete for each class, but it is worth it. There are three practicums that you have to go on and then an internship your 5th year in the program. It is a great opportunity to be in this program.
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-09T20:05:38Z
Classes Are, Mostly, Interesting – I am a Psychology major and I find my classes to either be interesting and informative or boring and repetitive. Some classes contain information that I already studied or already knew or barely expanded on what I already knew. There are classes that are just straight up information, no challenge and nothing interesting. Other classes are surprisingly informative, with challenging and new information. The workload is intense and can be overwhelming if you do not stay on top of it.
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-09T19:26:20Z
Professors Take Awhile to Respond, Students Are Expected to Be Almost Completely Independent – Academics are top notch, comparable to any great four-year university. Dually accredited with regional and national organizations. Work load is above that of a traditional class setting. Less test, more written assignments and essays. Lots of chances for verbal interaction with students and teachers. No face to face interaction. Teachers comment on work turned in, via a message reply, directly to the assignments submitted. Basically, students need to check in every day, several times a day, if they want to know if anything is wrong or missing.
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