Theresa Broemmer Theresa Broemmer lives in mid-western Illinois with her husband and two children. She has a masters degree in education, and she spent five years in the early childhood field before deciding to stay at home with her children and concentrate on a writing career. She writes poetry, children's stories, and adult drama. She hopes to break into the traditional world of publishing someday, but for now she is happy with every little writing success she achieves.
I'm an online student with ESC because I never liked sitting a classroom. I took 2 courses in the HCM program and got A's in both courses. I took one course in the HS program and also got an A.
My union began providing tuition assistance again so I asked to go back into my HCM certificate program. They did inform me this would be the final time I could do that, but switched me back without a problem.
I can only speak from my experience and say I haven't had any of the problems I've read here in this thread. My professors responded and gave me feedback on my work every time I submitted a paper.
I will honestly tell you hands down if you are not a strong writer or big on reading several chapters, do not apply to this school.
Most of the work are at minimum pages. But you have ample time to get them done. You figure if you a semester at ESC is from Sept-Dec and you have papers to write then there shouldn't be a problem if you manage your time effectively. There are also discussions throughout the course you have to participate in like any other online program.
You have to be a strong writer, know how to research, capable of reading a lot, prioritize your time and stay organized if you want to succeed.
If you're going to expect someone to hold your hand then you can forget that because I assure you that won't happen, not only here but in most online programs. You have to truly be a self starter and be able to follow direction well in some of the courses. I completed my bachelor's in at another SUNY school and most of the time you are teaching yourself.
That's just my take on any online school. I asked my professor to write one of my recommendations and she wrote one which was flawless and related to the work she saw I did. I also had to get one from my supervisor which I did and I wasn't as impressed.
It wasn't bad but it showed there was a lack of thought put into it compared to my professor. I think every school and their teaching style is different and you have to find what fits you and your learning style.
ESC fits my learning style since I'm a strong writer and I love to read. I do not enjoy tests and don't feel a test should be the sole determining factor in my grades. Plus as a full time working parent I have that flexibility.
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