If you are looking for a master's degree in education, look elsewhere. High tuition and low returns for public school educators make this degree from this institution an expensive headache. Although professors in the education department are very accessible, willing to help meet the demands of adults returning to the classroom at the end of the regular workday, other departments aren't so friendly. The English department, for example, has shining gems such as the world-renowned sociolinguist, Walt Wolfram; but other professors can be pretty inflexible to graduate students outside of their department. This includes trying to get in to a class that is waitlisted or full. Not even a pretty please with fifty dollars on top will help. All in all, it's probably not worth the money.