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  1. Hey everyone, I got into Teachers Columbia for their Developmental Psychology program (MA) and into Vanderbilt University for their Human Development Studies (M.Ed) course. I wanted to know which one of these has better employability. I look forward to working after my masters. The course at Vanderbilt is terminal and the one at Teachers College is non terminal. I just wanted to know which one is better for me. I am also considering a PhD. But I am yet to fully dedicate myself to that path. I am an international student, so, STEM is another major factor. TC offers me a STEM extension. Vanderbilt offers me 35% scholarship. I have to make a decision soon. Could someone please help me out here!
  2. Hello! I applied for the MA in Sociology and Education program by the priority deadline for the Fall 2021 semester, and I've heard conflicting information regarding the admissions timeline! Has anyone else applied for this? If so do you know if interviews are apart of the process? I don't believe they are but of course wanted to double check. I am under the impression decisions will go out around March. Good luck to anyone else who applied!!
  3. Hi guys, I am new to the forum, I am a little worried about my application to both Columbia and NYU. Let me introduce my background, I graduated from Penn State this May, and planning to apply for Fall 2021. I majored in Psychology and minor in Labor Employment Relation. My GPA is 3.6 and I got V158 and Q157 on the GRE. I attend the Columbia Info session and they said they rarely give admission to students who don't have 1 full year of full-time work experience (which I don't have, I only have summer interns and part-time jobs). Therefore, I just want to ask those who got in or know this program, are my chances big? Also about NYU, is my GPA and GRE good enough? Or should I retake my GRE? Thank you for anyone who is willing to help:D
  4. Someone helps me! I am so hesitating! I will list pros and cons of these two programs and plz vote! 1. Columbia University Teachers College Applied Statistics pro: It's location is the best. CU is my dream school. con: TC is so independent and I am afraid of being questioned as a student of CU. Also this program is often being criticized. 2. UPenn GSE SMART(Statistics, Measurement, Assessment, and Research Technology) pro: GSE is better than TC. con: Location is not as good as NY(for me). Please share your opinions!
  5. Someone helps me! I am so hesitating! I will list pros and cons of these two programs and plz vote! 1. Columbia University Teachers College Applied Statistics pro: It's location is the best. CU is my dream school. con: TC is so independent and I am afraid of being questioned as a student of CU. Also this program is often being criticized. 2. UPenn GSE SMART(Statistics, Measurement, Assessment, and Research Technology) pro: GSE is better than TC. con: Location is not as good as NY(for me). Please share your opinions!
  6. Someone helps me! I am so hesitating! I will list pros and cons of these two programs and plz vote! 1. Columbia University Teachers College Applied Statistics pro: It's location is the best. CU is my dream school. con: TC is so independent and I am afraid of being questioned as a student of CU. Also this program is often being criticized. 2. UPenn GSE SMART(Statistics, Measurement, Assessment, and Research Technology) pro: GSE is better than TC. con: Location is not as good as NY(for me). Please share your opinions!
  7. Hi! I hope everyone's doing well! I recently came across Instructional Technology and Media at TC, and I wanted to know if someone who is currently in the program or who has graduated from the program could tell me exactly what the program focuses on. My impression (based off of the name and the catalog for the Math, Science, & Technology Department) is that it focuses on technologies and media that complements instruction, like videos, simulations, and games. But, there's also a degree for designing and developing digital games at TC, so I'm confused. Any clarification would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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