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Plymouth State University

3 Reviews

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50% of 3 students said this degree improved their career prospects
33% of 3 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Average Financial Aid: $8,648

Accreditation: Plymouth State University is acredited by 8 agencies

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Master's Degrees

Curriculum and Instruction Not Reported $50,784 59
Business Administration, Management and Operations $41,000 $64,582 39
Allied Health Diagnostic, Intervention, and Treatment Professions Not Reported $39,721 Not Reported

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MBA Graduate

Reviewed: 2/1/2019

Degree: MBA in Management

I work full-time and wanted a master's degree that covered business, management, and marketing so Plymouth's online MBA seemed like a great fit. My first courses were awesome. The instructors were hands on, they challenged me to think critically about how the course content is applicable to my career, and made the online experience interactive. B. B. is particularly impressive. She's by far the best online instructor I've ever encountered. These instructors set the standard for my experience; however... Read More


Reviewed: 8/20/2018

Degree: Curriculum & Instruction

While some professors were helpful in the CAGS program, many gave minimal feedback with limited opportunity to actually learn. I felt as though the value of the education was very poor at many points throughout the program, particularly with online courses. Professors posted copious reading materials with somewhat relevant themes and rarely pushed online discussion forums into a productive dialogue. Submitted papers took 2+ weeks to get back and the comments related to the formatting, not the content... Read More


Reviewed: 2/23/2017

Degree: Teaching

Plymouth State University offered an individualized education that I would not have been able to find at another school. The class sizes were small, which allowed for tailored instruction by the professors, and you knew that they cared about you as an individual. The close-knit nature of the school, especially in the Music Theater Dance department, resulted in a supportive and caring family who still communicates and encourages each other after graduation.