Catawba College's graduate program provides the perfect opportunity for teachers who want to expand their knowledge base for the benefit of themselves and their students while continuing to maintain their role as a classroom teacher. Coursework, while demanding, is both manageable and applicable to the the student's experiences in the classroom. Catawba's professors are knowledgeable of their specific content area and are more than willing to go above and beyond to offer assistance with course work, and with questions that address a specific classroom issue. My only complaint of Catawba's program is that since classes take place at night, I would feel safer if I saw campus police around the commuter parking area, which is at the bottom of the hill and not well lit. Catawba's program is night only, so living accommodations and social life are not applicable on this review.
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