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A lot of people said that the coursework was not challenging. no, your MAJOR is not challenging, haha. Unless you go to an ivy league school, a business major is a joke unless it is more specified, such as business/health management or finance. My grandmother got a business degree when she was in her 70s. I have a premedical concentration, and our med school acceptance rate is 87 percent. The public schools in my home state have an 18-25 percent med school rate. It's challenging, hard, and.... very good. You get out of this school what you put into it. I am moderate liberal, so i've had my share of bad experiences from close-minded individuals, but honestly, it's really not that bad of a school. You get used to the dress code after the first year. I have absolutely no problem with dressing in nice clothing. It's not like they force us to wear a dress. Some people are talking about how guys in EMR show up naked to hall meetings. I didn't realize being naked was apparently against christianity? hahaha. the only thing i can say in a negative aspect is that a lot of people are constantly on the defensive because they feel that everyone judges them for not being christian enough, and a lot of people are like the guy below me somewhere that freaked out that people were drinking on a college campus because it's "against God" or something stupid. Everyone gets offended a lot. But people tend to make very close friends for life. my parents have kept their friends for about 25 years now.
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