Norfolk State is a public graduate school in Norfolk, Virginia. It has a small graduate student body with an enrollment of 616 graduate students. Of the 15 graduate programs offered at Norfolk State University, only 1 is offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Norfolk State University are Social Work, Specialized Teaching and Education, and Computer and Information Sciences. 30% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
Masters and Doctoral Programs
Most Popular Programs
Social Work62 Students
Specialized Teaching and Education49 Students
Computer and Information Sciences17 Students
Criminal Justice and Safety Studies7 Students
Urban Studies and Affairs7 Students
Clinical Psychology6 Students
Music Performance5 Students
Computer and Information Systems Security4 Students
Norfolk State University Graduate Reviews
Active in Pre Alumni and served a President 2 years, active with SGA, Christian student fellowship became VP, apart of the Biology Society, presented research. If you need help asked never expect someone to give you anything. Advice I would say is to if you do anything always go in persons, it can get pretty busy around back to school. Teachers enjoy what they do to help student succeed. But you have to work hard to make it happen.
My experience at Norfolk State University (NSU)has been great. The environment is fun , loving , friendly, and loving. The campus life is like one big happy family. NSU is a diverse campus life. The staff at NSU is great. NSU is a great school ,so no changes need to be made at this time.
The professors are dedicated and willing to help you. There is a student center on campus where students can receive extra help when needed.