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What Students are Saying
In each case, the mentors challenged me, forced me to ask questions about my writing that I haven’t thought about, and offered a different perspective based on life experience, based on background, based on their own paths as a writer.
Matt Pearl, Chief of Storytelling and Development at WXIA-TV/Atlanta
MFA, In Narrative Media ’19
My program felt like a family, and I’m very grateful for that. It was a really great experience!
Claire Simless, Grant Writer at Latin America Youth Center
M.Ed. TESOL, ’18
Most of the professors work in the industry and have current experience in the industry. They always have real world experience to share.
Charnell Thomas, Pharmaceutical RA, Kimberly-Clark
Master of Pharmacy, Biopharma RA
Personally, I would recommend anyone interested in becoming a better teacher take the classes in the dyslexia certificate. The online delivery makes it incredibly convenient, the coursework is intriguing and interesting, and the faculty does a great job of presenting the most current and relevant research on dyslexia and reading disabilities.
Haley Faulkner, Learning Specialist, UGA Athletics
Dyslexia Graduate Certificate, ’20
Choosing an online program allowed me to both have a family and get real-life work experience while obtaining a degree in my field. … I could not think of a better place I could have completed my undergraduate education.
Danielle Smith, Teacher
Online B.S. Ed. in Special Education, ’17