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Degree: Forensic Science
Graduation Year: 2010

Thought it was OK. Kind of expensive even with the reduction in price for being a Biology Dept. TA. Higher degree likely helped me get my job in the field, but as a public servant the salary isn't very high and paying off student loans was challenging.

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Degree: Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Graduation Year: 2010

Great college with very knowledgable professors. Grad courses can be challenging especially in applied practice classes but this will only help improve your skills and knowledge.

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Degree: Forensic Science and Technology
Graduation Year: 2014

The Henry Lee College is very helpful and is pretty much a big family. They are always friendly and push you to succeed. Personally I always had questions and concerns because I am someone that worries about everything, but my advisors were always there to talk over everything with me and to calm me down. I double majored like most forensic science do and they made sure that I was able to complete both degrees simultaneously and in a timely fashion.

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