I think that the faculty works very hard and is readily available to answer your questions and accommodate your needs. However, the classes that you need to take are not always located on your campus. You are sometimes forced to take a class that you need on a different campus. When you do that, no scholarships are applied to your tuition. It is also an inconvenient commute. Other than that, the classes are great. The professors are knowledgeable and helpful. The use of technology is great, too!
out of 5.0
1) small classes
2) Teachers make time for you
3) you have classes with the same people
4) hands on learning
1) classes fill up quickly
2) schedules aren't as flexible
out of 5.0
LIU-Brentwood is a great school to get your Master's degree. There are no "bells and whistles" and at this stage of schooling, your paying for your education, not social clubs. I'm only in my second year, but I love the close and intimate classes. You get the attention you need and the help you want from everyone from professors to administration. Everyone is looking out for you. This is a great school to make connections and begin to build your networking skills.
out of 5.0
I like the program I am in. LIU has very good professors. The problem is "Education" in master's is very expensive. The first year, there is all kind of aid available, but for the second and third year, students are on their own. Student are advised to look for scholarships.
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