This college is very competitive in the approach they take on the subject in question. Luckily they have a good support network to help students accomplish all of their tasks that they will need to accomplish the program. The program is made more for single individuals and not ones who have families. It will be very hard to do a graduate level program with a family of four and conduct a full time college program.
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The professional counseling program is top of the pack. This program prepares you for licensing and challenges you to enter the field as a knowledgeable and competent therapist ready for whatever may come. I highly recommend this school.
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The online program has been great for me, which is why I am returning to earn my Ph.D. Every professor that I have had has been excellent in responding to questions and helping me achieve my best. The online flexibility for scheduling and taking courses makes it possible to fit school in around almost any schedule, and to do it successfully. I don't have much on-campus experience, but can plainly see that the faculty is invested to the experience and growth of every student who is a part of the Liberty family. Something, that I find to be impressive when you realize that there are more than 40,000 students attending yearly.
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