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Degree: Security and Loss Prevention Services
Graduation Year: 2020

With my major at Penn State World campus it did not work out for me. I studied there for 1 year part time, took two classes. The classes I took were not very interactive, and most of the classes I took were group project based, which I disliked. I would have students that would drop or not get involved and would be left doing most of the work. So if you do not like group projects, this college isn't for you. The coursework was outdated, some information from 2013. Most of my classes were just reading and quizzes, any instructions I would get for my project was very broad and not specific. If you want to get into actual computer classes, the SRA degree has no classes with working with computers. One of the degree requirements is to take a foreign language, which their classes are a joke online. I talked to one of the advisors about dropping the class, she told it me it happened often! How is that okay? Also WARNING: Be careful about transferring, I took 5 classes and only one class went through at the current college I'm attending.

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Degree: Liberal Arts
Graduation Year: 2017

Studying at Penn State World Campus was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I worked abroad teaching English while I went to school; therefore, having set deadlines and being able to study online at any time was extremely important to me. Although it was an online learning environment, there was a lot of support from teachers and a good amount of interaction with other students through group posts. The course materials were also extremely well designed. I liked that most of the courses were not lecture based, but more about reading or finding things out for yourself, reflecting, and completing tasks that utilized that knowledge. It opened my mind to the endless capabilities of online learning, and influenced the direction I have taken with my own teaching. My degree was in Letters, Arts, & Sciences, which is similar to a liberal arts degree. I was able to choose the courses I felt were most meaningful to me (outside of the required courses for the major) and submit a proposal for that degree. The knowledge and experiences I obtained during my time at Penn State are priceless to me. It changed the way I looked at the world and how I see myself. I went back to school after many years, and the information available when I first went to college was nothing compared to what we now have available to us today. This is what showed me the importance of staying current and what ultimately propelled me into becoming a lifelong learner.

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Degree: Law
Graduation Year: 2017

I have taken several online courses, and was admittedly intimidated at the idea of attending Penn State, but the Professors are AMAZING and the support received from both instructors and academic counselors is second to none. Perhaps one of the greatest educational experiences I have ever had. Recommended!!!!

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