California State University-Dominguez Hills Reviews
CSUDH is a good school. The campus is large enough that you dont have to see the same people all the time, but small enough that you cant really get lost. The criminal justice program has classes at night typically because the professors are sheriffs and judges during the day. Therefore you get a real good insight to certain topics brought up in those classes and it makes for very interesting discussions throughout the class.
CSUDH was a phenomenal school with an excellent English Department. The smaller size of the school, in addition to having the funding backed by California State Universities makes it a wonderful opportunity to receive personalized attention. The English department in particular, and by my own favoritism, is such an amazing program. The professors all challenge their students to grow and to create their own ideal by engaging students through guided discussions. They not only teach, but encourage their students to formulate opinions of their own on each topic as well as encouraging their students to continue their understanding of the topics outside of the class. The professors are always willing and excited to assist and talk with students outside of class on any topic, whether discussed in class or not. They are all so greatly informed, it is such a gift to have them as resources during you career as a student there and as you continue post graduate. I would highly recommend the school and the program to anyone interested in receiving a personalized education at a low cost but with very high standards of achievement.
CSUDH is an amazing school that provides opportunities that other colleges may not have. CSUDH is a great campus for students that may become overwhelmed with larger schools. The classrooms are small which allows students to receive the best education for what they paid for. The advisors in the program as well as professors provide the students with resources to help them find a career or graduate school after graduation.
This college is perfect for those who are looking for a home environment. The staff here at Dominguez Hills is very attentive and helpful. There is no need to make an appointment to meet with faculty, their doors are always open and they are more than willing to help you. Student life is not that great due to the fact that it is more of a commuter school, but you will find long lasting friendships.
California State University, Dominguez Hills is like a home away from home for me. Although it is considered to be a commuter school, it feels like home. It may be small, be that is enough for me. Not only am I able to get to my classes on time, due to its size, but I also get to bump into familiar faces. There is also plenty of places to hang out or study. It is pretty tranquil, and I feel safe there. CSUDH may not be of prestige, but it will provide you with a safe space that lets you dream big and grow.
CSUDH anthropology program was amazing. They prepare you to work with the community and advocate diversity. The education I received is helping with your path towards my MA in Psychology for family therapy. The faculty truly makes you believe in yourself.
The Online MPA program administrators are not military friendly!!! I don't recommend military students to apply to this MPA program. I believe the staff dislike military students and make it hard for them to get into their program. I am only reviewing the MPA program and not the entire school, but since the program represents the school, the school as a whole will get the same review from me. School administrators need to look at the MPA program and how they treat military students. They also dare state that Cal State Dominguez Hills is a military friendly school...I don't think so...http://www4.csudh.edu/future-students/apply/veterans/index . I'm a US Army veteran OIF 2005 - 2006 and this college (MPA Administrator's) did not treat me well...I felt the person I was working with had something against military people (Anti-war activist!).
Class sizes were great an cost was manageable. I had the best experience with faculty. I was able to be involved in many internships and leadership roles. I found out who I was in and outside of the classroom. DH is why I am in graduate school now.
Honestly, GCU is way better than the school where I earned my B.A. I went to California state University school and honestly, GCU is far more helpful in obtaining my degree. I always get my questions answered quickly. The workload is very demanding, but all assignments are usually clearly explained. Usually depends on the instructor, but most of them are on top of their class. I heard some people had problems with financial aid, I can say I had absolutely no problems with financial aid. It was a smooth and fast process. Unlike the public cal state school I attened, which took up to 3 months to award me financial aid.
The Business program at CSUDH was small and class size was small. I liked it a lot because I got a lot of one on one time with professors and got to know my classmates. Most people I started the program with graduated at the same time I did and it was nice to work closely with them in the program.