Incarnate Word is a private, Catholic graduate school in San Antonio, Texas. It has a mid-size graduate student body with an enrollment of 2,609 graduate students. Of the 31 graduate programs offered at University of the Incarnate Word, 9 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at University of the Incarnate Word are Business, Organizational Behavior Studies, and Pharmacy Studies. 26% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
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University of the Incarnate Word Graduate Reviews
I absolutely love attending this university! Professors are fair and responsive to a student's needs, usually responding to a question or concern at all hours of the day. This university also has quality instruction with real challenging material. This is not a run of the mill university where you pay for your degree, you will actually learn something and will be needed to apply yourself in your studies. I am so glad I transferred from my "pay for degree" school to this University.
I am an online graduate student at University of the Incarnate Word- San Antonio, TX. From the time of application, they have been extremely easy to work with, providing quality advice, education, skills, and other offerings. Not only have I continued looking into additional majors in order to continue attending UIW, I have also recommended this university to everyone I know looking for an undergraduate or graduate education.
Adcap Learner - not impressed. The course content is valuable, the professors are very knowledgeable and seem to truly want their students to succeed, beautiful campus. However, the ineffective, arduous and nearly impossible admissions/registration process completely overshadows these positive qualities. I provided feedback on a number of occasions in regards to improving these processes and was talked to like a child. If your heart is set on this institution, make sure you are well versed in Financial Aid, curriculum management and admissions requirements because the admissions counselors certainly are not.