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Jacksonville University's Davis College of Business was rankQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
Jacksonville University's Davis College of Business was ranked third in the nation, and fourteenth in the world, as one of best business schools to attend, according to CEO Magazine. Jacksonville University prepares it's students to be prepared on their first day in the job field. As a small private university, Jacksonville University provides an Ivy League level education on a personal level; with a 14:1 faculty student ratio.
4th Year Male -- Class 2015
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Campus Maintenance: C+
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If your going for aviation management there isn'tBrightOther
If your going for aviation management there isn't a better place to be. Some of the other programs lack, but overall the faculty is very helpful and friendly. Food is great and the campus is beautiful. You will meet a lot of very rich people here. It is pricey but if you can get financial aid and are going into aviation, marine science, or nursing i say do it. Other programs unless you have a great scholarship i'm not so sure.
1st Year Male -- Class 2015
Education Quality: A+, Campus Maintenance: B-
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Work Hard and do your best.Chemistry
Work Hard and do your best. Believe that YOU make the difference. YOU are the success model that is engaged to learn and grow. Never stop trying to learn and grow. College is just another footprint you will leave, make it count. Study hard and have a balance in community and social, but remember - you are in school to learn. Do it.
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