University of North Carolina at Charlotte Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (34)
I truly enjoyed this class and really liked the student-professor interaction. I get nervous when I take online classes because you just never know. I appreciated your fast responses to all the questions that I asked. It was a pleasure to be in your statistics class this semester.
UNCC was an amazing college! Professors are extremely caring and want you to succeed, campus is absolutely beautiful, and it's a great school to make life long friends at. If you try to do well you should have no problem having a positive experience.
This school shaped my career for the better. At the university I was challenged to be my best, to think differently and to exercise integrity and judgement of self and of others. I learned to be a steward of good works in my community and within the nation.
The College of Education at UNC Charlotte prepared me to be the teacher I am today. I would not trade my undergraduate experience for anything. I was challenged by every course to think critically about who I am as an educator. The program made me who I am today in the classroom. I would recommend this program to anyone looking to go into teaching, especially in middle grades.
This was a good online distance program. The professors were helpful and information learned was connected to what I am teaching at work. I learned a lot and was not overwhelmed. Presenting at the NC Reading conference in Raleigh was great practice for leading teachers. The online systems for classes worked most of the time and were easy to navigate.
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is a wonderful school for any and all levels of schooling! I completed my undergraduate career at UNCC and I am completing my Masters program in May of 2016. I loved UNCC so much during my undergraduate career that I couldn't think of anywhere else that I would rather be for my graduate career. This phenomenal school has taught me a lot about English, teaching, and much more about myself. I would recommend my school to anyone looking for a school that motivates its students to be great leaders and future discoverers. I love the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and I look forward to seeing how much my school grows and creates new leaders.
I WENT TO UNCC AS AN UNDERGRAD. I AM CURRENTLY TEACHING SPANISH AND I LOVE MY PROGRAM. I HAVE HAD GREAT PROFESSORS THAT HAVE CHALLENGED ME TO RETHINK AND EVALUATE MY BELIEFS. I ALSO FEEL LIKE THE ASSIGNMENTS THAT I HAVE COMPLETED ARE MEANINGFUL AND I FEEL VERY CAPABLE OF MAKING THE MOVE TO TEACHING ESOL.
I attended UNCC in the distant education Special Education Masters program. The experience was wonderful. I learned a great deal and the support of every instructor was outstanding. The work load was very manageable for me as I was working full time while I work on my masters. The Special Education Department at UNCC is AWSOME! I am prepared to be an outstanding teacher.
The University is fantastic for collaboration and learning. It is an atmosphere that is very inviting to new students whether young or old. Many opportunities to work on and off campus as well as gain invaluable tools for your degree program. The School of Education is preparing teachers for the new classroom where there is intense collaboration with colleagues, clinical experiences in real classrooms so you can get a feel for the day in and day out life of a teacher, opportunities to do a semester long internship at a school that provides you access to the CMS School System and build relationships and contacts before you even applying for opportunities. It is a book education with an actual apprentice education all in one. You know what you are getting before you start working as a teacher.
I loved my time at UNCC so much that I went back for another degree. The campus is great and is growing at a quick pace. It still has a small university feel because there is no major road running through the middle. The kinesiology program is very demanding and competitive, so make sure you are ready to work hard. Building relationships with the professors is the key to having a smooth ride.