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MU Nurse Practitioner programs and Pleasant Prairie (PP)BrightNursing
MU Nurse Practitioner programs and Pleasant Prairie (PP) Nursing school for Marquette were both HUGE disappointments. PP campus does not believe in lectures or direct instruction so essentially you teach yourself. Some of the "teachers" (they really don't teach) appear to be bothered by having to interact with the students. The NP program has mandatory wait times for clinicals so by the time you get done you literally could have completed medical school or done PA school and be practicing for years. PP is a terrible program which is sad because I had such high hopes.
2nd Year Male -- Class 1921
Collaboration/Competitive: A, Education Quality: F
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The school's priority is social justice and leftismQuite BrightCommunications
The school's priority is social justice and leftism and as a result, courses and school programs are political propaganda, homelessness and crime on campus is left unchecked because "racism," and the student body has be continually called racist when we are anything but. The administration cares about leftist causes and basketball, and anyone who has a different opinion is left behind and shut down by the school, as I have. MUPD's priority is to take out students for drinking rather than removing the dangerous beggars, thiefs, muggers, and harassers who yell and attack students daily. If you are not a minority or a token PR stunt for the school, you are a number who needs to send your oversized check every semester. Also, they outrightly advertise that they hide illegal alien students on campus breaking federal law because "diversity!" Food is bad and the dorm life is overly strict. My classes continually disappointed and many professors didn't care about their students at all because they had tenure and lived in their academic bubble. I could not warn people enough of the indoctrination, poor overpriced education, and lack of safety.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2019
Campus Maintenance: A, Useful Schoolwork: F
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Marquette is the bomb.BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
Marquette is the bomb. The school's critics are folks who dropped out and then went to a commuter school to explore extracurricular activities and lost big time. The academic program IS challenging, however able to be completed when given time and application. The campus is actually nice in argument to the critics that post here. So much to do at Marquette and this part of University city, Brewers, Bucks, Division I sports, kick a** concerts and bands. Accessible to the malls . Great bars nearby. The only con I had was the traffic jams after work and classes. Usually gone in ten to twenty minutes.The faculty has MUCH integrity. The text and lecture material will make up most of your exams. The school looks great on Med school and Law school applications. Marquette is a great degree and campus to attend.
2nd Year Female -- Class 1923
Education Quality: A, Useful Schoolwork: F
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