Question of the Day: University of Phoenix
So, I'm ready to go back to school. I've FINALLY figured out what I'd like to do with my life. I've got a bachelor's in Psychology, and I would like to go back to school to get a master's in Education. I think I would make a kick ass guidance counselor. That way when the economy is more stable I can possibly start my none profit organization.
The problem is when I graduated from undergrad I only had a 2.87 GPA, and you and I both know that's kinda bad. Well it's not bad but it is when you want to go to grad school. It's low for a myriad of reasons, but those reason probably won't matter to school officials. Thus my chances of making it to grad school are kinda low.
I was told that it wasn't that hard to get into the University of Phoenix, and that a master's degree from there would 'count in the real world'. The problem is I keep hearing bad things about it. Like how the professors don't really care or how you can turn anything in and pass.
My question is: What do you think about the University of Phoenix? Would you consider enrolling? Or should I look for another school to try and get accepted to?