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A good beneficial place to interact with others , an a environment suited for every creative types .
A great school with a great campus life. Lots of professors who really care about the student as a person not just a dollar sign.
Incredible experience. participate in everything, use all the resources, join clubs, attend lectures, events. stay after and talk to your professors, possibly even hang in department buildings, start groups. Great opportunity to meet people and pursue your interest, but it's important to keep in mind future career goals, while still learning and growing independently of the outcome.
Good things: Knowledgeable professors, online courses available, master's degree in 2 - 2.5 years, no grad school admission test. Bad things: not well organized curriculum, slow and inefficient administrative processes.
The overall cost of my degree was very inexpensive compared to other Canadian schools. The program is well respected among the offshore, manufacturing, and energy industries and has a Co-operative requirement that gives students valuable work paid work experience. The co-operative work terms alternate with academic terms and thus provide breaks from one or the other throughout the degree.
Top and only accredited school for public health in Puerto Rico. Very dedicated professors and students. Small school that is known worldwide and recognized in the APHA. It has a lot of research programs running at the same time, mostly community based. MPH programs are 1 or 2 years (for the general track) in trimesters. Small groups makes the learning environment easy and comfortable and highly enriched. Very interdisciplinary working groups.
Great school. All professions worked in the field of study which made class/assignments very enjoyable. Looking back I wish I would have majored in a broader field.
I recommend that students sholuld diversify the electives they choose and go for the maximum number of electives. Prsentation of reports in the classroom was very beneficial. I wish I had worked minimumm of 2 years before I attended the graduate school of management.
VCC suck! A s*****, money making school that don't care about students needs. I did MOA program from Surrey campus and a terrible experience. No good teacher and mostly had to learn from text. Rest of the staff are equally bad. They only care about your money. I don't recommend this school to anyone.
I'm a first year student in the online law school program at St. Francis Law School. Program is a mixed bag. While student caliber is very high with a mix of physicians, MBAs, multiple degreed graduates, some oversea attorneys; level of professor performance is uneven, ranging from knowledgeable and accessible to frustratingly unhelpful and unaccountable; the technology is a low end, early build of BlackBoard. We take one course at a time. Courses are very fast paced with a fair amount of reading, usually from condensed books like Crump and Emanuel. Each week there are 2 Live Classes (90 minutes) based on ppt slides and facilitated by a professor, 3 Discussion Board assignments to be posted and each student must interact with other students' postings, 2 multiple choice quizzes, one timed test. At the end of each 6 week course, there is a 2 hour final of 20 multiple choice questions and a written exam. The curriculum and course style is very geared to prepping students for the FYLSE Baby Bar which must be taken to continue into the second year. Since students bear responsibility for their own learning and student engagement amongst each other is high, there is no doubt that many of these would-be attorneys will perform at the same or higher levels as brick-and-mortar law students. Bottom line -- online law school represents a viable alternative for FT professionals. I would be interested in learning how SFL compares to other online law schools such as Concord.