University of Dayton300 College Park Dayton, Ohio 45469 http://www.udayton.edu
what they say
C WilsonClass of 2014 Counselor Education
The program faculty, many actively practicing in private and/or community counseling, engage students with stories of professional experiences. University of Dayton staff and faculty are very helpful in assisting the grad student transition from student to professional practitioner through mentorship, field relevant projects and advocacy. Securing an internship site often trips up students in other programs. UD M.S.ED/Community Counseling advisors begin the student in the process early in the program, reducing the likelihood of a delayed graduation poor internship site match. The diversity of students in the program provides depth in the classroom learning experiences, which transitions to preparedness in the field of community counseling.
MrandolphClass of 2014 Educational Leadership
I love the fact that all classes I needed for the program were available online. I have moved several times and was always able to keep up with the coursework even though I no longer live in Dayton, Ohio. Additionally, every class and all of the work associated with them is relevant to my teaching career. I am able to implement what I have learned into my day to day activities within my work life. Being that all classes are online, sometimes it is difficult to decipher what the professor wants for any given assignments. The classes do not offer examples for complex projects which I feel would be helpful. However, professors are always reachable online or by phone to answer questions as necessary and I have never found an online professor to be unavailable.
Strongrj13Class of 2015 Materials Science & Engineering
It is close to home and where I work but it is extremely expensive which is why I am looking for scholarships so it doesn't burden my young family
HmandesClass of 2016 Early Childhood Education
I am just beginning the graduate program.
EmilyGrassoClass of 2017 Higher Education
The Higher Education Administration program is very strong. There are three main faculty members for the core classes and they are excellent! It is great to get to know them and for them to get to know you personally as you work through the program.
JwesselClass of 2013 English
I felt like I wasn't just a student number in a huge classroom. My teachers knew who I was and made time to help me out with whatever I needed. The English program was very small and not many people outside of the major were taking the classes so meeting people who weren't English majors wasn't easy. Overall though I'm very happy with my experience in my graduate program.
KdepompeiClass of 2015 Counselor Education
There are a few professors who I feel have given me very valuable training, while others do not even read my work. The work load for online classes is excessive but I believe the work in my core classes has been necessary in aiding my professional development. The program has taught me a lot but is very unorganized.
KgflyerClass of 2015 Public Administration
Although there aren't a lot of organizations on campus geared towards getting Grad students involved in campus activities, I am always impressed by the University of Dayton's Master of Public Administration program for its diversity of students and disciplines covered and great value. I've been exposed to a wide range of topics in public administration, and our class was even asked to be a consultant for a local city to provide statistical analysis on a major issue! The community and area business contacts that students have the opportunity to make are just outstanding as well. I currently work in the area of public administration, and I constantly learn things in my classes that make me a stronger professional at work.
KlucasClass of 2016 Anatomy
The faculty flexible, friendly, encouraging, and are always available to assist you with anything you need. You form a family with your class within the first week of school and get to know each other extremely well! The campus is beautiful and there is a lot to do in the Dayton/Cincinnati area. The classes are intense, but the hardest part is just "getting in."
Nickbank1515Class of 2014 JD
My graduate program is burdened by high tuition and low national rank, but the faculty is excellent.
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