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I have recently been admitted into ESIA and am pretty excited about pursuing grad school. I've been out of school for at least 6 years (don't want to give age away) and have a very specific interest in International Affairs in the Latin American region. I would like to hear experiences from both full time and part-time students. I will be working full time as well while going to school part time. I understand it's how you make the most out of your education. With that said, based on what you have put in and have gotten out of it - how has your experience with ESIA been? I've listed a few
Please help! I am currently trying to decide between an MSW program at either CSUN or SDSU. There are a lot of pros and cons to both, but I am interested to see what those here on the forum could tell me about these programs. What should I be placing most emphasis on when deciding? What are the reputations for these schools? How are both schools in regards to preparing students for licensing? CSUN: Pros: close to home (could potentially save money by living at home); an urban generalist approach (will maybe give me a more well-rounded experience); capstone project in final yea
A program I'm considering sent the email addresses of current MS students who agreed to answer questions. What should I ask them? So far I've considered: Program preparedness for PhD vs. job market Degree of mentorship for thesis/final project Living situation in neighborhood by University