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It is a great school with a wide range of opportunities. You will have great resources at your disposal and great professors to guide you. If you are still searching for a career path or already have one in mind, Ohio state is a great place to get a degree.
I liked OSU as a school. The faculty and staff are great. However I feel my degree turned out to be more theory than anything applicable in real life. Because of this I am working in a field outside of my degree.
The school lives up to its reputation, and the social psych program is ranked #1 because of the faculty.
I attended the four year part-time MSW program that was a partnership between Wright State University (WSU) and OSU. Overall I am glad that I chose the program and feel my money was well spent. My main complaint is that the program utilized some professors who were not competent enough to lead a Master's level course. One specific instructor worked for Wright State and several of the MSW students made complaints to the head of the MSW program about her poor teaching skills. As of 2015, OSU is now partnered with Miami University, rather than Wright State, for their MSW program.
Choose your major wisely
I love Ohio State, and there are so many opportunities to do anything you want to.
Good time of life, well worth the time to further your education. Challenging work but not overwhelming if you are a serious student.
The program teaches towards the certification exams and provides a strong basis for being able to pass the tests and get you hired. The professional connections from the faculty are invaluable to someone pursuing this prefession.
Lots of opportunities at osu, being a bigger school it can be a little intimidating at first, but there is always something to do. Also the diversity of programs and faculty make it easy to study exactly what you want.
Originally, the size of the Ohio State University scared me. After my first year however, I can't imagine having gone anywhere else. My advisors were always available and super helpful, as were my professors. And there are so many ways to stay connected on campus that I never felt like just another face in the crowd.