John Rodrigues This is a really good program - I have been to the Thesis presentations. You will get out of it what you put into it: the students who work hard and really care do great, but some slack and produce only mediocre results.
One thing worth mentioning too is that you may want to consider where you will live after your Masters. Getting your degree where you want to live has a lot of benefits: you can intern with local employers, have a network of alumni nearby and progress through your career with other graduates from your cohort. Unfortunately, Philadelphia doesn’t have a huge array of industrial design companies. Boston, New York and Los Angeles / San Diego really lead the way - and Pittsburgh is strong as well.
LMK if you have any more questions, or want to talk in person.