I have been researching online graduate programs for several months and would love to verify the background of many of the admissions counselors I speak to?
I spoke to the Assistant Director of Admissions at Argosy U. yesterday and had a good conversation. He shared with me his background and goals including a BS in Psychology and a Master's on Organizational Leadership with his sights set on a Doctorate in Education. In the follow-up email to our conversation I noted some sloppy writing with incorrect tense and punctuation, which made me question was he just in a rush or does this guy really have a master's degree?
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As far as I know there is no way to verify the validity of an admissions officer's education. With that said, in my experience in higher education, specifically gradate programs, a large number of individuals cannot write as well as most people would expect them to
So, unless the letter was completely incomprehensible, I would not give it much thought. Most admissions officers are very busy this time of year, and more than likely did not have a chance to proofread it before sending it to you.
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