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| when i started i was really excited about getting out of a community college and the admission rep promoted the school well. i do believe the school is highly expensive and they accept just about anyone into the school.BUT!its not a fairy tale, the coursework is competitive and you do learn alot. i obviously favor my fashion classes over the gen eds and fundamental classes but thats becuase i am a fashion marketing and management student. i do feel going to this college gives you good knowledge and experience of the industry, i just hope it pays off well. because this school is super expensive and i would like to have no worries paying off my loans when i graduate and have a successful career. reading other people views can scare a person into not coming here but my honest opinion is that its good college, its the fields that offered here which can be unsteady. all the art fields job opportunities go up and down through the years so yeah it can be hard to find a job sometimes but with the experience here and the great faculty, finding a job shouldnt be too stressful. networking is a big thing in these industries and our faculty stress it alot. the only reason i said i would possibly go to another college is simply the traditional football team, soroties and so on but this college is the best for my field. |
|Nov 07 2011|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2013 |
| I started school here after recieving a BA degree from a State University. |
I did not take GEN ED classes, here, so I don't know if they are indeed "easy", but I find my overall class experience here FUN and CHALLENGING!
No joke, the classes are small- (When I went WMU- my freshman classes were in lecture halls- at least 100 studnets)... My design fundaments class only had 6 people- that meant my classmates and I became close over the quarter- lots of feedback from our teacher....
So far my classes have kicked my but- I am usually working in the labs until they kick me out most of theweek!
|Dec 03 2009|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2013 |