The best part of this graduate program is the faculty. They're very caring and very open and available. They are professionals in their fields, and continue to be active in their own research while devoting full attention to students. Perhaps the most unfortunate part of this graduate program is its location. Because the school is in industrial West Virginia, access to quality arts events and experiences is lacking. Living is a bit expensive, but perhaps this could be said of any full-time student in any graduate program.
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The professors expect and want you to succeed. I'm in my second graduate program at Marshall and is has given me great benefit for employement and professional standing.
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