I don't like this question. It's not about math, but rather about the specific merits about a given institution. It's also not asking for general advice, but for advice applicable to the OP's specific situation (that is, applying to Montclair State). Worst of all, questions of the form "is X good?," where X is an institution (or, even worse, a person) threaten to degenerate into gossip.
Here's how I would have preferred to see the question worded:
"I am currently planning to apply to a master's program. (Additional details about intentions, areas of interest, etc.) There are several institutions I am considering applying to, but I don't know how to evaluate them. Can anybody suggest criteria for evaluating the suitability of a master's program?"
On the other hand, perhaps I'm just being prudish here. What do other people think?