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Human services degree

M.S. - Human Services - May 24, 2017
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If you are looking into a human services program go somewhere else. The professors are not supportive it is almost as if they want to see you fail. Financial aid is terrible !!!! And some of the advisors in the human services are also unsupportive. When you are doing an online degree program it is a lot more work than attending on campus. You need al lot of support. Find a program that is reliable.

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Run!

M.S. - Human Services - December 19, 2016
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I started a Master's program at this school. For the most part my experience was a good one, until I had an issue with a professor. I tried to remedy the situation to no avail, there was no way around it, as this professor was the only one teaching the course. I received very little support from the advisor and when I reach out to the higher ups,they sided with the professor. My problem was with this one only professor. I ended up wasting my time and money. I eventually enrolled at another University and obtain my degree. If you have a problem with a professor at this school and do not seem to be able to correct the situation, do not stay and give it another try, and another! Run, do not waste your time and money.

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M.S. - Human Services - October 11, 2013
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The school itself is very good. Teachers are outstanding and most of the counselors are great. Financial aid is a nightmare. My tuition planner won't return calls or emails. If you are counting on financial aid I would advise to go to a different school.

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LPC licensed professional counseling masters degree

M.S. - Human Services - January 22, 2013
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I am on my third module for the Licensed professional Counseling track which is a new program for post. It is a 60 credit Masters program which fits the criteria needed for my state. My first class was very challenging and not too supportive, however my next few classes were both supportive and challenging at the same time. I have gained more knowledge in these few classes than from my previous degrees. I am thank full for the relevant content relating to social welfare as it stands today. Be prepared to allow for enough time to complete weekly posts and or papers.

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Human Services and Clinical Psychology

M.S. - Human Services - June 20, 2012
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I would rate it as bordering on fair. The machine is what some instructors depend on. Support there is none, the text and materials are good. Instructors only depend on the "Safe" machine for plagiarism, and APA style every class. So learning is not about the subject at hand especially not good for those in social sciences.

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Great University!

M.S. - Human Services - September 20, 2010
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Post University was my first experience with online learning and I was skeptical at first but decided to enroll in the Human Service Masters Degree Program. Traditional classroom was not for me at this point in my life and since I possess excellent time management skills, I felt I could do it. Post U proved to be on equal or better par with the “brick and mortar” universities. The Writing Center staff and Professors were very helpful throughout my 2 years getting a dual specialization in Management and Clinical Counseling, reviewing my written work and the professors were always available to help. Reading and written assignments were stimulating and required that you not only do outside research but adhere to APA standards. The Human Service Academic Advisor was phenomenal! She returned phone calls even on weekends, so she was very helpful and made the journey enjoyable. I highly recommend Post University to any dedicated learner.

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