Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by Bruce, Oct 12, 2008.
Missed that one....good catch!
This is interesting and I appreciate this. How is this DEd Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, RSA ? I am in process of selecting good online university for MBA program.
My second time posting in this thread! That said, a big thanks to the DegreeInfo community for making this an invaluable set of resources on one's educational journey.
Two years ago, I posted about having complete my M.S. in Strategic Leadership from Mountain State. Today, I'm proud to have completed my masters in Project Management from Western Carolina University, also completely online.
Any questions about either program, feel free to send 'em my way. Good luck in your endeavors.
What's the next step?
Good job Mike!
Keep kicking ass!
M.S. in Administration of Justice completed at the University of Louisville
I finally completed my M.S. in Administration of Justice degree from the University of Louisville this semester after submitting my final capstone course paper earlier this month. I first began taking graduate CJ classes online at the University of Cincinnati in 2003 and ended up taking a detour and completing an M.P.A. at Troy University prior to enrolling at the University of Louisville in the fall of 2007. I was able to transfer 6 semester hours of previously completed CJ credits into the program and the degree has enabled me to start teaching Justice Administration courses at DeVry University in Indianapolis and will hopefully lead to additional teaching opportunities in the future.
I would highly recommend this program to those individuals who may be looking at a reputable online graduate program in CJ as Louisville's Department of Justice Administration is well known throughout the CJ community due to the Southern Police Institute and the National Crime Prevention Institute, both of which are housed at the main campus. The department has many well known CJ professors who are "regulars" in the main CJ research journals and will be starting up a Ph.D. program next fall as well. Louisville also offers a B.S. in Administration of Justice online in addition to the M.S. degree program.
Congratulations abrgr275. You should be very proud of your accomplishment.
What are you studying at Webster?
I started taking courses for an M.A. in Human Resources Development back in 2009 and am contemplating whether or not to apply to Clemson University's Master of Human Resource Development degree program or just finish up at Webster University. I don't have any complaints about Webster but I really like the curriculum of the M.H.R.D. program at Clemson University and the name recognition and reputation of the school may help out in the long run with future job opportunities.
I saw in a previous post that you are currently enrolled in doctoral studies, did you happen to apply to Nova's Ph.D. in CJ program?
I gave it serious consideration, but never applied. My focus/interest has somewhat shifted towards forensic psychology, which in many ways is a combination of CJ and psychology, so I found an RA program which suited me better.
I'll send you a PM about which school....I just finished the first semester, so I don't want to say too much publicly until I get a little further along in the program, lest it first be revealed in the "Washout" thread! :laugh2:
Been lurking for a long time:biggrin:
June 2011 Bsc Railway Operations Management - Glasgow Caledonian University
I haven't posted here a lot, but DegreeInfo was invaluable to me when I was researching program options at multiple stages. Last weekend, I walked in the St. Louis Commencement ceremony, and this past weekend I completed my last class to receive my M.A. in Human Resources Management at Webster University.
If anyone has any questions about Webster or more specifically, the Human Resources Management program, I'd be happy to help in any way possible.
I see the dancing bananas making an appearance!
Thanks a lot
Probably the coolest degree ever!!
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