University of San Diego Reviews of Master's in Education

  • 5 Reviews
  • San Diego (CA)
  • Annual Tuition: $27,066
100% of 5 students said this degree improved their career prospects
80% of 5 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Gabby Campos
  • Reviewed: 6/26/2017
  • Degree: Education
"I attended the University of San Diego to obtain a Master's in Education and a Single Subject Teaching Credential. This degree allowed me to change careers and has provided me with the opportunity to make more money in my field with a master's degree. The program was very comprehensive and prepared me for my new career. The professors and advisors were very helpful, supportive, and thorough. They were easily accessible and helped me out immensely over the course of the program. I had strong student teaching placements that helped prepare me to become a teacher and was frequently checked in with regarding my placement and how my teaching was going. I strongly recommend this program because it gives a future teacher a competitive edge and allows for more earning potential."
Marie Madison
  • Reviewed: 12/28/2015
  • Degree: Education
"This program has been the ideal in my interest. Each course has enlightened me to the current trends in math and science education. The core courses have prepared me to conduct educational research within my current classroom. I have been given the opportunity to practice incorporation of teaching and learning that has enhanced my teaching and challenged my students academically. Each university professor has been effective instructors. they are very encouraging and professional by quickly responding to any of my concerns. They return emails in a timely manner and have even been willing to give out their personal cell phone numbers in order to correspond to any academic needs. I have been totally inspired by their assistance. I have also grown in my knowledge and expertise in STEM education. This is a great program for any science or math teacher who is interested in increasing their knowledge and performance as a teacher."
Clayton Ballard
  • Reviewed: 12/9/2012
  • Degree: Education
"When shopping for an Educational Leadership Program, I entertained the local state university and the more expensive private school, USD. After getting the necessary information from the two I realized something. The cost at the private school, University of San Diego, was only a few thousand more than the state school and the customer service was incomparable; I was made to feel like part of their family. To further the point, the class sizes are small, 15:1, and the professors are all accomplished educational professionals and not to mention the epitome of engaging. The Educational Law class was beyond stimulating and an amusing experience. The Coaching class was a superb collegial experience that afforded me the opportunity to participate in a new approach to Educational Management. The advisors, mentors and practicum facilitators work as a team to ensure we are prepared for our next career. I wanted to include a con about the program but when you learn that the Alumni Relations Office works overtime to ensure students are employed, even after we graduate…then…enough said! USD is worth the time and money."
Michael Wootress
  • Reviewed: 10/22/2012
  • Degree: Education
"I feel like my program is very insightful, adding elements of sociology and psychology to the curriculum. It warrants reflection constantly and I believe that this is deeply needed in many programs. It is a theory-based program, however, so the job opportunites are slim unless you get into one of the assistantship programs available, which I did not. On the flip side there is a required internship for those that do not make it into the assistantship program."
Megan Krone
  • Reviewed: 10/9/2012
  • Degree: Education
"The campus beautiful. It may not matter to many but it's a joy to arrive and be on campus. The faculty are incredibly accommodating, friendly, and engaged / engaging. They seem to genuinely enjoy talking with students, something that does not always happen on other campuses!"