School of Public Affairs and Administration - Rutgers - Newark
- Graduate School - Newark, Rutgers Unversity
- Graduate School
- Newark, NJ
- Rating 4 out of 5 2 reviews
Master's Student: I'm enjoying my time here at SPAA. I enrolled for the MPA so that I may advance my career. From my first semester until now I've received two job opportunities that came with major salary bumps and at least one upgraded title. I haven't even graduated yet and am already reaping the benefits of putting this degree on my resume. The classes are pretty straightforward and simple to get through. I think it's easier for those who have some work experience because they're able to pull from the work world to contribute to class discussion and assignments. However if you're going straight from undergrad or looking to change careers, it is certainly a doable program. It's extremely flexible as the program is offered in-person and online. Additionally there is no order with which you take your classes except for Statistics, Applied Research Design and Capstone (last semester only) which must be taken in order (consecutive semesters not required). Highly recommend it to anyone in the NJ/NY area.
Centenary College - New Jersey
- Graduate School
- Hackettstown, NJ
- Rating 4.5 out of 5 6 reviews
Graduate Student: Centenary University offers an excellent Clinical Counseling Graduate program. The entire school is friendly and the Dean of Students is fabulous. The school is located in Hackettstown and is local to Hackettstown train stop/station, which connects to the various train lines to get into the Morristown area, Seacaucus, NY, Newark etc. It is a wonderfully run school counseling/clinical/ and a dual program. The grad. professors in this department specifically are fantastic and are wonderful, experienced professionals in the human services or counseling industry who are also very well respected. It is a rigorous program with requirements and you must maintain a grade point average of 3.00 or above to remain in the program.Well worth it and definitely a great graduate degree program. Get your MBA in 14 months if you're in the business corporate field.
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