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Degree: Homeland Security, Other
Graduation Year: 2010

A college that is great for someone that is already a professional. I was able to get my degree while working full time, to include military deployments. The professors were great to work with and most of them really seemed to care about the quality of education I was receiving from them.

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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 1987

Superior education and premiere leadership school. Great combination of academics, ethics, athletics...whole person concept. West Point prepares you to lead soldiers and organizations in a complex security environment. Highly recommend this school for anyone aspiring to serve the nation.

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Degree: Economics
Graduation Year: 2007

It's a great college if you want to be in the Army and get a world class education.

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Degree: Law
Graduation Year: 2018

West Point provides one of the broadest degree programs where, regardless of major, all students (called cadets) are required to take core classes in everything from English, Math, Science and History to IT, Psychology, a Foreign Language and even Engineering. Then tack on a major in a subject that interests you (or two); there are over 40 to choose from. Rounding out the program you cannot forget the Military Science classes or the Dept. of Physical Education graduation requirements. And did we mention this is just the academic day that runs from 0730-1600? Days begin much earlier and end much later for cadets. The West Point experience is not something that can be rivaled and is one you truly have to experience, but it is not for the weak of heart. All graduates commission as 2nd Lieutenants in the US Army after graduation. But it is a proud tradition and one that is held dear by members of the Long Gray Line (what grads call the link between all graduates of the institution reaching back to its founding in 1802). Duty. Honor. Country.

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