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I'm having a hard time deciding where to apply for grad school fall 2016. My husband is in marketing and it's not realistic for us to move to a small town where he won't be able to find a job just so I can go to school. We're in California and I'm not even sure what other states have a considerable amount of jobs in marketing. I'm now considering an online grad program so my husband can continue to work and provide for us while I go to school. Anyone have experience with online grad programs? How do they compare to in person programs? Which online programs do you recommend I apply to? Thank you for your feedback!

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i cant help you decide which one, but here is a list of what i have for online schools


online masters
california state university northridge
idaho state university meridian 
university of wisconsin eau claire
university of vermont
east carolina
university of northen colorado
south carolina
nova southeastern uni

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I currently attend the UW-Eau Claire's online graduate program.  Started in June and absolutely LOVE the program!  We have several members of our cohort (of 20) who are from California.  Excellent, caring professors and an ASHA accredited rigorous program.  It is 3 years long and only requires one week per summer on campus.  The rest is online.  I encourage you to check out their website and consider applying there.  I believe the application deadline for the summer 2016 cohort is November 1st.  Best of luck to you!

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