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Petroleum engineering/energy management is not a good placeAverageOther
Petroleum engineering/energy management is not a good place to be if you have a Jewish name. I was shocked at how other Jewish studrnts were treated by faculty and other students, especially in clubs. It's not a coincidence when all Jewish students in a particular geoscience course fail the same exams while everyone else passes it! Everyone feels the same way - particular professors are so distant for no apparent reason with us while extra helpful with everyone else. The research is retarded and gets you nowhere unless you let the professor put his foot on your neck or your project will make local news or help the school. The only reason people get accepted into ivy league grad schools from here is because this university is so fffing rural and unheard of and their petty research paralels with their personal statements. No one knows about this university anywhere outside of Oklahoma unless your a petroleum engineer.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2019
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: F
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In a very polite, respectful way (making a great effort), I would honestly and sincerely recommend to contemplate another option for undergrad and grad studies. There is a lot of racism preferences from the professors and academic authorities. The surveys they send at the end of the semester is when the student is full of load work, and because of they send you personally the link online to do it, they know who is who, makes sense? Be careful not to give negative evaluations of honest points of view, you will regret it, they punish your final grades. Do I have to say more? Professors in Engineering Science make fun of the students saying from beginning of semester "50% of you will fail", so more than 60% of students drop/fail. Languages, professors ask you to perform like if you were native speaker, the thing is they don't have that level, so normally students are very confused at the exam time. If you can visit campus and really "talk to a lot of students" s you really get a good idea of what to expect.
4th Year Male -- Class 2018
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