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Southern Methodist University gave me a great educational experience. I find that my knowledge and comfort level with the subject I teach, English, is much stronger than that of many of my colleagues who attended large public institutions.
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As a retired college art/design professor I think the composite overview of the advice given to prospective college students is quite comprehensive. However, I always recommended that before selecting a major/college, high school students should visit in person several work sites that apply to their career interests in order to see what a "day in the life" would be like if they worked in that profession. An example would be several architects I have met over the years. After reading all of the romanticized literature they ended up being no more than glorified draftsmen for many years before they actually got a chance to create original work. Architecture is a very misogynistic professional discipline and I always advised female students to be prepared for unique challenges both in school and on the job. When high school students visit various sites of career interest they should ask if graduating from a particular college would give them the best chance to work there. In other words, let the professionals in the student's field of interest recommend the best school. Granted, the "best" schools usually ends up being the most expensive but it paid off for me because I got accepted into a highly competitive graduate school and on to a very fulfilling college position where I looked forward to clocking in every day until I retired after nearly thirty years.
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Ringling's computer animation seems to be a goodQuite BrightArt & Design Department
Ringling's computer animation seems to be a good major, but honestly, its getting out of date, all the students are making the same kind film every year. There is no difference in style. Also the faculties at Ringling are getting worse and worse every year. Even some of the high school teacher are better in my opinion. The department head Jim McCampbell 's daughter goes to Ringling's computer animation major, but she failed her classes during sophomore year and dropped out. and he seems he doesn't even care about it. If she was my daughter I will try to at least help her to get better since I'm the department head.... Do something...It feels like the department head don't even care about his daughter, so don't even think about all the students in the department.....Overall, Ringling is relatively good in the past few years. But it seems like its going down hill. My recommendation for you is if you are serious about your future, don't spend your money here.
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