To be honest, I'm not really sure how I feel about this school. Some days I love it here and other days I can't wait to get out. So many mistakes are made by the administration that end up costing students, plus you can never find them. The teachers are helpful and most of the people here are friendly.
Be careful. During the acceptance process, the university will try to get you at any cost. If you don't act interested and if they want you, they will give you more money. Also, be aware that the school is not prefect. They also take your highest ACT/SAT score from all subjects.
The education department is not put together well at all. Student may find themselves forced to eighteen to twenty credit hours in order to get through in four years. Many students are also forced to take summer classes. They schedule education classes at the same time and only offer one section. This causes students a lot of grief and stress. The teachers know what students are going through and do not appear to be helping. It is not the students fault that the teachers messed up, but, yet, we are the ones paying for it. Even if this school did offer a masters degree in education, I would not come here for it. It is not worth my time. If I didn't have only three semesters left, I would transfer.
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