The pros of the Martin Luther College graduate program are flexibility, excellent communication between professors and students, and program quality. The graduate program is all online and the faculty works to make sure the work load fits with your schedule. This makes it so flexible especially for students working full-time. The class sizes are small so the professors are able to communicate with their students efficiently. The program is extremely applicable to the educational field and the courses offer instant application in the classroom.
The one con of this program is that, while the undergraduate program is accredited, the graduate program is not. This keeps graduate students from receiving any government aid. However, the college offers need-based grants that cover up to 33% of your total tuition.
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The communication has been good. There are some complications of learning a new online scholastic system however there are not other ways in which I can see for improvement.
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Pros-Caring faculty, very applicable learning, great communication Cons- Faculty have different levels of online course experience and skill
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