My graduate program has very few students enrolled and so I get a lot of individual attention and the curriculum can focus more around how I learn and what my goals are. The con is that because it is such a small program, the costs are very high and almost unaffordable.
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Pros: Faculty are always available via email or office hours, lectures are recorded and available online, professors are friendly, respectful, and genuinely care about and want to get to know the students.
Cons: The workload is at times very heavy, but that is to be expected with any graduate program. Because it is a new program, there are often technology issues.
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