Albany State is a public graduate school in Albany, Georgia. It has a small graduate student body with an enrollment of 353 graduate students. Of the 13 graduate programs offered at Albany State University, 4 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Albany State University are Social Work, Business, and Early Childhood Education. 53% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
Graduate Schools within Albany State University
Masters and Doctoral Programs
Most Popular Programs
Social Work26 Students
Early Childhood Education21 Students
Registered Nursing (RN)19 Students
Public Administration18 Students
Criminal Justice and Safety Studies12 Students
Special Education and Teaching11 Students
Middle School Education10 Students
School Counseling and Guidance Services8 Students
English and Reading Teacher Education4 Students
Albany State University Graduate Reviews
For my first year at Albany State University it was a different experience. I was not really use to being on my own and having to do certain things alone. When i started i notice i would see a lot of different faces and i was going to have to get use to it. Seeing different faces scared me a little bit because, I went to a private middle school so going to a public high school and college was different for me. There academic is awesome there and i love their medical program, even tho i would have to wait until my junior year to actually be in the program, I can tell it is their best program. The one thing i would change at Albany State is a little bit of their safety, I know there are officers in and out of the campus but i want everyone to be safe and sound. With no harm done.
The academics, diversity, athletics, and professors are good. The professors have office hours just in case you need help with something.The food is okay. It's the same thing so you'll get tired of it quick. The safety on the east campus isn't that good but on the west campus, it is great. The dorms are average but they could be better.
Darton is a pretty good college to attend. It is a two year and in a pretty safe area, professors are nice. If you need anyway help there are different labs and professors to help you. I attended Darton because it was close to home and affordable.