Loyola University Maryland Reviews of Master's in Psychology

  • 6 Reviews
  • Baltimore (MD)
  • Annual Tuition: $17,520
0% of 6 students said this degree improved their career prospects
67% of 6 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Sara Weissberg
  • Reviewed: 10/25/2015
  • Degree: Psychology
"Loyola maintains a very professional and warm environment with a high academic standard. They also maintain a strong adherence to Jesuit values. As a graduate student, there are many opportunities available and organizations to join. Teachers and staff are pleasant and usually readily available to provide support and answer questions. The level of education I am receiving is interesting, involving and intellectually stimulating."
Katelyn Burke
  • Reviewed: 6/13/2014
  • Degree: Psychology
"Everyone from the faculty to the former students who have already graduated are willing to get involved and help you start the career you want to receive. The workload is manageable, even with a full time job and the area provides a wide variety or activities, living arrangements and transportation options."
Alexandra Herforth
  • Reviewed: 6/25/2013
  • Degree: Psychology
"The faculty and staff are very attentive and passionate about their field"
Mansi Mehta
  • Reviewed: 3/29/2013
  • Degree: Psychology
"A good program for students looking to work as masters level clinicians. Expensive."
Olivia Scott
  • Reviewed: 1/24/2013
  • Degree: Psychology
"Loyola University has a strong reputation in the field of psychology. The graduate program has a clear commitment to developing competent and dedicated professionals for research and practice. Some of its biggest strengths can be attributed to the school's Jesuit tradition, which emphasizes service and a holistic approach to promoting the well-being of others. Another strength is the program's faculty, which is composed of an elite group of educators who possess a broad range of experiences and theoretical orientations. Furthermore, the Baltimore area provides students with a diverse pool of externship sites that help them gain significant work experience and opportunities to network in the professional world. The weaknesses of the program have little to do with the quality of education that students receive. Truthfully, they are most concerned with matters of convenience. For example, the lack of graduate housing and the late afternoon/evening class times can pose difficulties for students who have to commute in rush hour and balance the responsibilities of a full-time job. In addition, tuition costs are high, especially for those who have recently graduated from an undergraduate institution. However, it should be noted that the Financial Aid Office at Loyola is a helpful resource for students."
Sophia Wertz
  • Reviewed: 1/7/2013
  • Degree: Psychology
"My first semester, I was informed that I could apply for financial aid however I was supposed to be in a program approved for federal loans. I talked to several faculty and was informed that I needed to pay for courses last semester. I have been transferred to another program that is listed under approved federal funding. The diversity of the school is lacking especially for older students that are working and have a family with a graduate degree and the school continues to keep a high workload despite the above. It has been difficult but I am managing and the workload is geared to the mass of younger students."