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Arizona State University Reviews of Master's in Secondary Education

5 Reviews

Locations:   Tempe (AZ)  (and 4 others)

Annual Tuition: $29,438

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Student Reviews - Master's in Secondary Education

Student Reviews - Master's in Secondary Education

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Amanda Murray

Reviewed: 2/15/2018

Degree: Secondary Education

Mary Lou Fulton offers an alternative path to teaching. Whether you're starting a new career as an educator or are looking to improve your credentials, you will become more knowledgeable in education policy and practices. I enjoyed going through the program with my cohort, I really got to know my peers, and I worked with all of them in different ways throughout the two years. It gave me the ability to meet teachers outside of my school district and hear about different perspectives on education through... Read More

Lisamarie Sommer-Boch

Reviewed: 11/19/2016

Degree: Secondary Education

Even though it has been several years since I graduated from Arizona State University, I can still remember the profound effects that my attendance at ASU had on my life. I can remember my first day at ASU. The energy that accompanied the thousands of students making their way to their classes was intoxicating. The art work that was available for sale on a daily basis, I have yet to see out side the University. Everything I needed was right there, at the center of the campus, and my life evolved... Read More

Heather Aston

Reviewed: 8/11/2016

Degree: Secondary Education

Arizona State University is a phenomenal university. I specifically attend the Mary Lou Fulton's Teacher's College. Classes are primarily practical with ideas and instruction that can be immediately applied in the student teaching aspect. Advisers and professors are accessible and knowledgeable.

Alycia Thompson

Reviewed: 3/27/2016

Degree: Secondary Education

ASU offers a quality education program with access to great teachers and professors throughout the state.

Kaitlyn Sipiora

Reviewed: 5/3/2015

Degree: Secondary Education

The graduate program in Secondary Education at ASU has good intentions-- they want to help mold educators for our modern world, not just keep the same teaching styles from years past. However, the method in which the instructors teach is for the most part identical to the old methods of teaching. The professors could benefit from "practicing what they preach", and I have learned more from my substitute teaching than I have from my classroom instruction.


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