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The University of Connecticut

Breakdown of “Education Quality” at UCONN

By Gender
By Major
Animal StudiesA
Art & Design DepartmentF
Business - Management and AdministrationB
Chemical EngineeringC-
Civil EngineeringB
Computer ScienceA+
Electrical EngineeringB
Engineering DepartmentB-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B-
Language - French/Spanish/etc.A-
Mechanical EngineeringB
Music EducationC+
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceC
Political ScienceB+
PreMed and MedicalA-
Public HealthA+
Public PolicyA-
Social WorkA+

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Education Quality compared with similar schools in class.

University of Connecticut
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Education Quality

... These excursions to other schools proved almost as educationally valuable as any of the UCONN classes I took ...Read full comment
... I would rather sacrifice education quality to go to a local community college than to come to this hell hole for another semester ...Read full comment
... When I was first applying to schools my senior year of high school, I wanted a big campus with D1 sports, but also a good education ...Read full comment
... Most people like their professors, especially the freshmen since the general education level professors really are easy and nice ...Read full comment
... I was just talking about this with a coworker today who also went to UConn who had a stale feeling like me which was she was treated like a numb...Read full comment
... I was a graduate student in the NEAG School of Education ...Read full comment
... The education program: it's super competitive, they only take 40 students for elementary education so if you don't get in you're completely sc...Read full comment
... I find that at UConn there isn't much of a focus on liberal arts, but I do believe you can still get an excellent education by coming here ...Read full comment
... The education is very well respected and rising every year with school improvements ...Read full comment
... UConn provided a very good education ...Read full comment
... In fact, to get anything at all out of your education here-- being pro-active is a must ...Read full comment
... If you are the UConn type, you can get a great education and have a classic college experience for a reasonable price ...Read full comment
... You will notice everyone is serious about education ...Read full comment
... I feel that my education at UConn prepped me well for medical school which I am now finishing ...Read full comment
... Had the best teachers and the best education ...Read full comment
... Those that do get in get a great education at a school with wonderful facilities at a great price ...Read full comment
... I believe that my educational experience was wonderful, despite the fact that individualized attention is lacking at such a big school ...Read full comment
... What's good about UCONN is what you're paying for: the education ...Read full comment
... For what you pay for, this school is good: a good education without the high prices of the elite schools ...Read full comment
... It was small so the advantage came with small class sizes: virtually a private education at a low cost ...Read full comment
... I ended up choosing UConn due to the reputation of the education department, and not the music department ...Read full comment
... If you're looking for a good education, then UCONN is a great choice ...Read full comment
... Great education at an even better price/value when compared to the skyrocketing prices of other universities ...Read full comment
... In the interest of full disclosure: I mainly went to UConn because my parents had set aside funds for college, and since I was faced with ...Read full comment
... If you're here to get a great education, you will get it ...Read full comment
... I have my BA in Individualized Health Education and I love my overall coursework which was a lot of Biology, some Chemistry (general and an abrid...Read full comment
... It's too bad because one can get a decent education here ...Read full comment

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