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| I loved Liberty and would not trade the education or experience there for anything in the world. It was by far four of the best years of my life. |
|Apr 01 2009|| 4th Year Male --
Class 2005 |
| Overall, Liberty prepared me pretty well for my career. The only problems I run into are the negative image the university has with many people due to political issues. Liberty's stances on many issues can cloud the opinion of potential employers or co-workers. |
|Mar 06 2009|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |
| LU did not prepare me well for a career in web design. Liberty's VCAR department has absolutely NO emphasis on web design. When I graduated, I was offered a job as a web designer. I am grateful that my print portfolio was impressive enough to land the job, but I have had so much learning to do. I consider myself 75% self-taught.|
I am grateful for my professors, specifically Professor Edmund (they need more professors like him). Someone who teaches an extensive, detailed course in dreamweaver, html, css and web stands would be extremely helpful. Unfortunately, the school doesn't seem to see this major as important, so until they get some help the program won't get anywhere.
I didn't plan on going to LU for web design, I was originally a nursing major. If I had known, I may have chosen an art school.
|Feb 18 2009|| Alumna Female --
Class 2000 |