M.Ed. Educational Leadership
Rating: 4 out of 10(6 reviews)
August 18, 2014
This program is like many other online programs. You get out of it what you put into it. A previous reviewer said it was "set up like a diploma mill.I disagree. "Diploma mill" implies anyone willing to pay money can receive a degree. You actually have to do a lot of work to do well in this program and those that do may find it rewarding. I completed my Master's in two years and haven't ...
DO NOT ATTEND THIS SCHOOL UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE
November 6, 2012
I completed the MA in Education/Teaching Credential program early this year after taking a double full-time course load to complete it in 1 year instead of 2. I would never, under any circumstance, recommend anyone to even contemplate spending time or money at this "institution." I put that in quotes because it is more like a circus, run by monkeys, with not a single redeeming factor. I graduated from UCLA with honors in 3 years, ...
Not sure yet.
October 24, 2012
It amazes me the different opinions on this board. I believe that there is always good and bad even in the best of schools. My experience has not been good for the most part but I haven't given it much time. One thing that I have noticed is people say, Argosy is not like this or that school. Of course not. It is Argosy. Even the bad experiences can be a learning experience if we ...
Stay away from Argosy (in any state)
June 30, 2011
I attended Argosy for five years, completing one degree and moving on to another. Without giving too many details, Argosy promised me: 1) Student teaching. 2) Assistance with local teaching positions (interviews). 3) Prestigious degree that employers will be impressed with (not). 4) Assistance with student loans and keeping myself out of debt. None of the above has occurred to the date of this writing. I have nothing personally against the professors. Many of them ...
My positive experiences with Argosy, part 1 of 3
May 23, 2010
First, let me say it would be very helpful if all posters would state WHICH Argosy campus they attend(ed) and how far into their programs they are (or got) - there are many Argosy campuses throughout the U.S., some are excellent, some are perhaps not as good as others. Certain campuses are "known" for certain graduate degrees and specialize in certain fields (Education, MBA and PsyD in Psychology are big programs at my campus.) In ...
DON'T EVEN CONSIDER ARGOSY!
October 4, 2009
I am finishing my M.Ed. in Educational Leadership at Argosy University Online. It has truly been the worst educational experience imaginable. This school designed as a "diploma mill" and is only concerned with recruiting you into their programs and charging you thousands of dollars for your degree. I have spent my entire life savings on my degree and now I may not even graduate. I have been wrongly accused of academic dishonesty (another student in ...
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