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Looking for an Online Master's Degree Program

Donelle O'Brien dobrien917

There are hundreds of masters degree programs to choose from. What has your experience been? Any recommendations?

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Seventh grade science teacher from Portland, Oregon

Masters of Science in Science Education

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I did my masters through Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana.

My advisors were AMAZING - so responsive - and I spent a summer in Bozeman taking field classes and presenting my capstone. It was an incredibly rewarding and stimulating experience. Highly recommended.

www.montana.edu/msse

Another Consideration

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I would recommend looking into IUPUI's Learning By Design online Master's Program. IUPUI (Indiana University School of Education - Indianapolis) is NCATE accredited, and I had a wonderful experience with this program. The program has an urban-focus, which is quite unique for an online program. You may want to check it out. :)

http://education.iupui.edu/soe/programs/graduate/computers/index.aspx

dobrien917

Learning By Design

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[quote]I would recommend looking into IUPUI's Learning By Design online Master's Program. /quote]

Thanks for the suggestion!

dobrien917

Walden

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Lots of love for Walden University. Anyone a current student there now? Which course did you take that left you most inspired?

Master's degree online

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I searched and searched for the right online program for me. I am currently attending Baker University in the Master of Liberal Arts program. They have campuses in Witchita, Baldwin City, and Overland Park, Kansas. I love the flexibility this program provides. I highly recommend. I wonder if anyone can suggest an online doctoral program?

Scranton University

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I got my Masters of Educational Administration degree online through Scranton University in Pennsylvania. The cost was very reasonable and the coursework was high quality. They also have a Masters of Curriculum degree online. Best wishes in your search!

dobrien917

Scranton

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Thanks for sharing. How long did the program take?

I completed my masters at

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I completed my masters at Seton Hall University. They offered the traditional MA, a hybrid version and then a completely online offering. All program diplomas reflect the university name and do not indicate whether you completed it online or in a classroom. Their price was extremly reasonable as well.

I would suggest you take a

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I would suggest you take a look at Capella University (capella.edu).
It is fully accredited and has many degree programs.
While I am on faculty at traditional universities and was skeptical of online learning, I have come to appreciate it greatly.... so much so that I am now also on faculty at Capella.

High School Biology / Science Teacher in Paterson NJ

I am at Walden

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I am currently studying at Walden. I am actually on this site as it is a requirement to learn about PLC's. This is my first class. Going on line, I do miss the networking with real people.

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