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Breakdown of “Collaboration/Competitive” at MUNUS

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By Major
Art & Design DepartmentC
Automotive EngineeringF
Business - Management and AdministrationA-
Chemical EngineeringA+
Civil EngineeringA-
Computer EngineeringA
Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etcB+
Electrical EngineeringC
Engineering DepartmentA-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B+
Mechanical EngineeringA+
Music - Composition/TheoryF
Music - PerformanceC
Music EducationB
Perfomance ArtsC
Political ScienceB+
PreMed and MedicalB+
PreVet and VeterinaryB+

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Collaboration/Competitive compared with similar schools in class.

Average of All Schools


... It's a competition out there, and these children teaching, feel threatened by other competition ...Read full comment
The food studies and food management masters program at NYU is a program without serious committment of resources on the part of the university. As a ...Read full comment
... It's a competition out there, and these children teaching, feel threatened by other competition ...Read full comment
I attended Loyola University of New Orleans for a year and a half ('68-69) on a full basketball scholarship, while majoring in journalism. The school ...Read full comment
The food studies and food management masters program at NYU is a program without serious committment of resources on the part of the university. As a ...Read full comment
Purdue is a great school for the self-motivated who want a job after school. Freshman Engineering and beyond will not hold your hand but, if you seek ...Read full comment
... The competition then was intense as it still is today ...Read full comment
The University is very hands off you are very much responsible for yourself. An advisor is there to advise, they want questions they will not tell yo...Read full comment
Prospective students should be made aware of the ever expanding Washington State Prison (Death Row types) housed within 2-3 miles of the Whitman campu...Read full comment
The food studies and food management masters program at NYU is a program without serious committment of resources on the part of the university. As a ...Read full comment
I transferred from Hartwick College to here. I really like a lot of things about this school. The size is just right. It's small enough so that I...Read full comment
I graduated 25 years ago, so things may have changed somewhat, but... I very much enjoyed my time at Iowa. I think I got a very good education. Bu...Read full comment colorful nike dunks, air jordans wholesale ,cheap prada shoes, air jordans wholesale, nike dunk,nike air force one welcome to www....Read full comment
I attended Williams College ("Camp Williams") a couple of decades ago. Hold on, don't bag this review. The perspective of all this time may be valuabl...Read full comment
Suffolk is 100% what you make of it. I came as an out of state student. It was definitely a bit difficult at first to adjust to the fact that it was m...Read full comment
Oh, Hillsdale. You need a major reality. Don't listen to Larry Arnn's chest-thumping. The world will not bow to your superior intellect. You will ...Read full comment
I attended Loyola University of New Orleans for a year and a half ('68-69) on a full basketball scholarship, while majoring in journalism. The school ...Read full comment
The atmosphere at PCC was exactly what I needed. It was the perfect experience, encompassing the whole person, spiritual, academic, physical, and emot...Read full comment
This will also function as advice about IUP as well as try to dispel the misconception of big school = better education. After reading the slew of ...Read full comment
When first coming out of College for Human Services at many interviews the interviewers were unable to see the College as a viable school. The only p...Read full comment
I did both my undergraduate and graduate at UH. This is a wonderful school. The facilities are great. Houston is a big city, so you never feel like yo...Read full comment
It's a tuition-free school, and the joke around the school is "You get what you pay for, it's a great value." Not entirely, correct, but they have a p...Read full comment
NYU was a colossal waste of my time and money. I picked it because the director of scholarship programs told be my scholarship included a couple of t...Read full comment
... Being such an old school (founded in 1766) and with Princeton about 20 miles down the road, there has been literally over 2 centuries of competit...Read full comment
Don't let the "Saint" part fool you. They are not Catholic or even sort-of-Catholic. They don't have a chapel but an "Inter-Faith Sanctuary" and the o...Read full comment
... Here are my pro's and cons of both experiences: UNDERGRAD Pro's: If you are passionate about what you are doing, you will do well and go plac...Read full comment
I liked my years at NAU. I got into more "prestigious" schools but choose NAU because of its innovative Criminal Justice program. I was not dissappoin...Read full comment
I very much enjoyed my experience at Stockton both academically and socially. Most of my professors in the political science program graduated from I...Read full comment
Grinnell is an academically rigorous, but fun school that will treats its students well with respect to financial aid. I graduated in 1988, but upon r...Read full comment
I learned to think logically, but I have never used most of the information I studied. Most professors were too preoccupied with research to be good t...Read full comment
I think Winthrop University and the Graduate faculty stretched me both as an artist and intellectualy, while some of my seminal experiences in Grad Sc...Read full comment

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