Cleveland State is a public graduate school in Cleveland, Ohio. It has a mid-size graduate student body with an enrollment of 4,293 graduate students. Of the 71 graduate programs offered at Cleveland State University, 8 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Cleveland State University are Business, Electrical Engineering, and Law. 52% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
Masters and Doctoral Programs
Most Popular Programs
Electrical Engineering180 Students
Social Work108 Students
Medical Technician45 Students
School Counseling and Guidance Services44 Students
Adult and Continuing Education43 Students
Occupational Therapy40 Students
Special Education and Teaching38 Students
Cleveland State University Graduate Reviews
Ill just be starting my first year of graduate school in Fall 2019. I have visited the campus and met with professors there. It is an urban campus located in downtown Cleveland and is close to nearby University Hospitals and the Cleveland Clinic. Being so close to these great teaching hospitals, gives me the opportunity to take part in valuable nursing research. Cleveland State University's online graduate program is rated as one of the best in the country.
Cleveland State University is an excellent school. I attended Cleveland State University for the first time after I graduated from high school. I graduated in 1988 with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology. My time in under grad was extremely beneficial to my self worth and identity. The student campus programs were relevant and diverse. I found out about myself while gaining knowledge. Twenty eight years later I found myself in need of higher education. I immediately thought of Cleveland State Universty. I was accepted into the Counseling Program in 2016. I was nervous going back to school. The professors and staff were extremely helpful and encouraging. I found the University even better then when I left it. Cleveland State University is a first rate school and I highly recommend it.
I have only been attending graduate school here for 4 months working toward a degree in Clinical mental Health Counseling. I live in the Cleveland area, so I don't have experience living on campus. So far I am impressed with the resources offered to students - the library, the writing center that helps students of all levels, counseling services, top-notch recreation center, dedicated and passionate staff with lots of opportunities to get involved in research projects, and numerous organizations that support social, academic and professional life. Parking options are less than desireable as parking passes are not as affordable as I would like. Students do receive free bus passes, though. There are some dangerous neighborhoods just off-campus, so I don't feel safe there after dark even though they offer free escorts to your vehicle from security personel.