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Florida State University

Business - Management and Administration Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 21/4
Student Surveys
(in Business - Management and Administration)
Males: 19, Females: 6
Average Yrs. Completed: 2.8

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:2.8 Medium
Actual difficulty:3.3 Medium
Students found the coursework to be harder than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect

English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English10-20%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

Business - Management and Administration:

The Business school at FSU is one of the best in the U.S. They teach you how to think, and how do navigate your way through the business world.
I feel that college is college, no matter where you go. Florida State is a world class institution with so much to offer. You cannot go wrong with F...
Florida State is a great school. The main things that attracted me here was our BEAUTIFUL campus, and the fact that everyone is so friendly. The teach...
I had the time of my life in FSU. Great school!!
The campus is small and compact, you can walk everywhere. It's north Florida, which is quite different from Tampa and Miami. There are changes of se...
FSU is a great school, with great social life and good academics. I am so happy that I chose to go to Florida State.
Don't choose your major your first year. Experience all the classes you can!
I would recommend that above all things learn things that you enjoy or have interest in, don't get a degree in something that will simply get you a jo...
FSU has been a fairly decent experience for me so far. I'm currently a dual Business/English major, and I feel like both of those departments at this ...
The police in this area are awful. They don't want tanyone to have a good time. You can't don anything w/o being harassed.
Students and Parents should find a school that is beneficial to the learning process needed to find a career. FSU is a research school. So of course...
Any school is what you make of it. FSU was an amazing experience for me and I attribute my success to working hard and to what I learned at Florida S...
Attending FSU has been a great experience so far. Great mix between academics and social life.
very good school
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