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Wayne State University

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0% of 4 students said this degree improved their career prospects
50% of 4 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Average Financial Aid: $9,243

Accreditation: Wayne State University is acredited by 24 agencies

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Salary Score for Online Degrees at Wayne State University

Bachelor's Degrees

Funeral Service and Mortuary Science $12,881 $47,187 79
Social Work $24,647 $26,984 11

Master's Degrees

Business Administration, Management and Operations $36,323 $80,257 68
Accounting and Related Services $25,293 $59,772 49
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas $33,665 $48,949 48
Library Science and Administration $41,000 $43,205 44
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods $38,748 $45,073 39
Drama/Theatre Arts and Stagecraft Not Reported $29,429 36
Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education Not Reported $50,869 22

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Rebecca Yunk

Reviewed: 11/3/2017


Wayne State University is known for their excellent health care studies. Their College of Nursing is no exception. While their reputation carries weight within the community, the college itself is unorganized and impersonal. Our advising office for my years of attendance (2011-20014) was in shambles, and I have not heard good reports since that time as well. They gave poor, and sometimes downright false information which lead to the need of going through several different channels for a simple answer.... Read More


Reviewed: 7/2/2017

Degree: Library Science

I had many required classes and did not have as much of a choice as I would have liked in class selection. My biggest disappointment in this program was in the advising. I changed advisors several times as I found them unhelpful and they just did not thoroughly answer questions or actually GIVE ADVICE! There should have been far more emphasis on matching students to skills as in: should I select web design for librarians and is this for ME? Should I pursue childrens' librarianship, AND of vital importance,... Read More

Graduate Student 2015

Reviewed: 5/5/2016

Degree: Instructional Technology

WARNING: Review for online MEd Instructional Technology and Performance Improvement program. This is based on taking two fifteen week courses in 2015. I have twenty years of business experience and over six years of online professional development. Having an Information Technology background, I would highly NOT invest in this online program. It is the biggest regret in financial investment I have made in my entire life. All I can say is, I can't believe a school conducts its practices in the way... Read More

Wayne State University

Reviewed: 11/3/2015

Degree: Instructional Technology

The M.Ed. in Instructional Technology program is geared towards entry level teachers. The IT7100 course had many technical problems. Lectures were never posted until Thurs. or Friday. The curriculum for the entire week was usually only 1 or 2 sentences long. Grades took 3 weeks. I had a good experience with an external IT6100 course. But would never recommend the program. Staff seem knowledgeable about the field, but you could tell the IT7100 was thrown together each week at the last minute and the... Read More