This program is completely disorganized, inconsistent, and unprofessional. The instructors on the other hand are exceptional. Administration is where it falls flat. If finances are your limitation (as they were for me) then unfortunately this is your place. If you have a choice then I would highly recommend searching other Grad programs. They use their students for political pawns during legislative sessions disguised as course curriculum, they have varying standards of who they help with licensure and who they decide to go through the already tedious Colorado process. The program as a whole is mediocre for the sole purpose that the instructors are great. Again, its an administrative black hole. Be forewarned...
out of 5.0
This University is in the middle of Downtown Denver in Colorado. It is 3 schools on one campus and as such the diversity is wonderful. The diversity is in age, race, gender, varying careers levels, and commuters. The instructors are help as well as knowledgeable of the material and industry. Networking is one of the strengths of this University. Networking events are held at least twice a month for all students with various companies looking for employees. In addition, mock interviews are held to assist students in preparing for interviews. The most important part is the financials, of course. It is affordable to attend this University. Financial assistance is offered to international students, immigrants, residents, and citizens. The staff works diligently to assist in finding funding for all regardless of immigration statuses. I really enjoying attending MSU Denver.
out of 5.0
Benjamin D Narvaez
I graduated from Metro back in 2001. Now I am down on campus again. That says a lot right there. I always felt that the professors were interested in my success. The classes were very beneficial to my career as well. I have been able to translate my schooling into a productive career. I am returning to school now to increase my earning potential.
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