James D. Posted September 26, 2017 Share Posted September 26, 2017 Good morning all, I'm looking at Liberty University to continue on the road to a Masters in History. The program (if I attend) will be online, but it is primarily a residential campus department. I'm also looking at the fact that they offer internships at quite a few places (including D.C.), which is something I would like to exploit. I should be able to complete the Masters in roughly two years (give or take), which would be great because I'll be discharged from the military shortly after that. My question to all of you, do you feel this program would stand up to scrutiny when compared to SNHU's or ASU's online Master's programs? NOTE: I realize there is a conservative Christian component to this school, but that doesn't bother me as I'm pretty religious (not an creationists). If you have a problem with their policies regarding freedom of religion, or toward LGBTQ, or whatever... I respect that, but please don't respond. My question is in regards to their History program, and not their ideological and political stance. Thank you all! JamesJCD 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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