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The University of Texas El Paso

Breakdown of “Education Quality” at UTEP

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By Gender
MalesC+
FemalesB-
By Major
AccountingF
Art & Design DepartmentB-
Business - Management and AdministrationB-
ChemistryB
Civil EngineeringA+
CommunicationsA-
EconomicsB+
EducationB+
Electrical EngineeringD+
EnglishC-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B-
Language - French/Spanish/etc.C-
MathD
Mechanical EngineeringC
PhilosophyB
Political ScienceA+
PreMed and MedicalD-
PsychologyD
Social WorkF
UndecidedA

Against similar schools

Education Quality compared with similar schools in class.

The University of Texas El Paso
 C+
Average of All Schools
 B
Average of schools in class
 B+

Harvard University
 B+
Texas A & M University College Station
 A-
Northwest Missouri State University
 A-
Texas Tech University
 B+
University of North Texas
 B+
Arizona State University
 B-
University of California Berkeley
 A-
F
A+

Education Quality

... Many people have harsh words due to the fact that it is a "commuter school", but I think that the education you receive at UTEP is a great one ....Read full comment
... Since I'm from the area, I stayed and am working at a job well below that of my supposed educational level ...Read full comment
... This phenomenon reaches disgusting proportions in some departments, such as the Department of Education and the College of Liberal Arts ...Read full comment
... The education there is mediocre at best because it is very unchallenging, sloppy, dull and pathetic ...Read full comment
... I am very pleased with the education I received while attending UTEP which, of course, had a bad reputation even when I was young ...Read full comment
... If you care about your education, avoid the 200-300 student classes ...Read full comment
... The education level is so low in every aspect ...Read full comment

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