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Wright State University isNot so brightEnglish
Wright State University is currently in the middle of a budget crisis due to the nepotistic and corrupt nature of the administrative staff. Come here only if you want to feel like you want to kill yourself on a daily basis.
1st Year Male -- Class 2018
Useful Schoolwork: A, Scholastic Success: F
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The biomedical engineering program is a farce.Quite BrightEngineering Department
The biomedical engineering program is a farce. The only thing that you are taught that is even remotely related to the medical field is anatomy & physiology. Not one prof. in the faculty has their degree in biomedical engineering. Mostly electrical & mechanical. After graduation the majority of students are underemployed in areas completely unrelated to biomedical engineering. If you are interested in biomedical engineering, "Wright" state is the "wrong" university for you.
5th Year Male -- Class 2005
Campus Maintenance: B, Education Quality: F
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If you can get into a different school,Not so brightEconomics
If you can get into a different school, my best advise is go there. I believe for a student to succeed, you have to be at a school where you are happy with good professors, and a good department where they will assist you with your needs. The economics department is not good, and I will advice any student considering to come here to please do your research and apply at other schools before you decide coming here. Getting a degree doesn't mean anything, especially if you're getting it from a school that is not so good. I wish I knew before i came here, I would not have wasted my money coming here. I wouldn't want anyone to experience what i experienced. If you want a good state school with good advisors, and a good economics department, especially around ohio these schools are way better: Ohio state University, University of Cincinnati, Cleveland state university, Ohio University and Kent state university. Even bowling green university and Miami university are better. I didn't fit in well at the school at all. Most of the students are commuters and there is not much of student life. Please please I advise you not to come here. Just because you got accepted, it doesn't mean anything. Its important to get a good education at a good accredited school. Some professors will even fail you even you passed the class if they don't like you or don't think maybe you're good enough. I have experienced that with one professor. Save that money and spend it on a good education. Don't come here.
4th Year Male -- Class 2016
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