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Emerson College

Communications Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 14/11
Student Surveys
(in Communications)
25
Males: 6, Females: 19
Average Yrs. Completed: 1.9
 

Education Quality Vs. Competing Schools

Emerson College
 B
Average of All Schools
 B
Average of schools in class
 B+

New York University
 B+
Harvard University
 B+
University of Massachusetts - Amherst
 B
Northeastern Illinois University
 B-
Ithaca College
 B+
Northeastern State University
 B
Syracuse University
 B+
F
A+

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:3.3 Medium
Actual difficulty:2.7 Medium
Students found the coursework to be easier than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect


English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English0-10%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

Communications:

Emerson has been an awesome experience thus far.
Emerson is an extremely expensive private school for very specialized students. There isn't much room to explore different career options. You have to...
Emerson is full of theater kids. Its very liberal and there are a lot of gay people here. Athletes are the minority. If you are looking for a big part...
Unless you have around $100,000 to pay for this school out of pocket, or you are that one rare student who ends up with an excellent aid package that ...
Emerson provided an exciting and relevent education in communications. The best thing about the school was that in the '70s almost all instructors I h...
It's not necessary to go to grad school in media arts. Though... the access to programs and equipment and having a solid internship got me my first 2 ...
The other (negative) comments are dead on. Most kids here are extremely wealthy, arrogant, wannabe film studs. A lot of the majors are lumped togethe...
I am a recent transfer student from Umass Amherst and I am beyond impressed with Emerson so far for a few reason. 1) I didn't have much to compare it ...
This school is very focused on majors, which is great if you know what you want to study. Do not come to Emerson without knowing what you want to stud...
DO NOT GO TO EMERSON COLLEGE. It is a terrible school, its a total commuter school, and the education is not very good for what you pay for. Save your...
Emerson's environment is charged with creative energy. Students are really immersed in their activities and aim to do their best. Because of this, it ...
Emerson is not the right school for everyone. I found it was not worth what it cost. I found many of my professors were professionals in their indus...
Good things: -pretty buildings -nice profs/ very easy courses Bad things: -Attracts a VERY pretentious crowd kind of obsessed with being seen as ...
The school and student body preaches to be so liberal and open minded, yet when a student runs into someone who doesn't share their views on certain i...
There are a lot of whiny people posting about Emerson. Saying things like: the students are rich and spoiled, the professors are dumb, the school is ...
I came with the hopes to learn how to work in a recording studio setting, hence my major-audio/radio. While I was able to get my own radio show first ...
DO NOT GO TO EMERSON COLLEGE. Every single time I saw a tour group walk by I wanted to yell that out. I am a four year senior, and I am so so so so ef...
I would not recommend going to Emerson College. I was a transfer student that went there for a year. The issues I found with Emerson are the followin...
I can only speak for the undergraduate communications program at Emerson. It was very challenging and covered a breadth of material. I feel that an ...
The school allows its students to gain a lot of real world experiences. Emerson may not be the best school for everyone, but it is highly revered for ...
great school to attend if you know what you want to do.
Honestly, I need to write this review because I remember when I was looking at this school, I saw some incredibly negative reviews that really terrifi...
I don't understand half of the whiny comments posted on here. I'm a freshman marketing communications major and I love this college. My very first sem...
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