Describes the student body as: Friendly, Approachable
Describes the faculty as: Helpful
Intelligence Super Brilliant
Lowest Rating Faculty Accessibility
Highest Rating Educational Quality
He cares more about Campus Aesthetics/Beauty than the average student.
Major: Electrical Engineering (This Major's Salary over time) The Engineering School at USC is as good as any in the
country, the coursework and opportunities for undergrads
there rival Stanford or MIT. My degree was very much respected in interviews and I could count on finding sympathetic alumni anywhere I went to work. The prestige
of the school is less pronounced on the East Coast, where
everyone collectively worships the Ivys, but I found
that I learned things getting my BSEE that helped me
embarass and outshine Harvard and MIT PhDs when it came time to actually know something relevant.
You can't ask for a better college setting, and you don't
need a car to enjoy LA. The bus is cheap and safe and by
the time you finish your reading for class, it will
have brought you to the beach or the clubs and theatres
of Hollywood. Anyone who complains about the lack of a
social scene in a city or a campus as diverse as this
didn't try at all.
Think of USC as MIT but with beautiful girls and nice weather. I had a wonderful time there, and enjoyed being able to catch movies at the film school or watch the football team win when I needed a break from class.
The faculty can be sometimes absorbed with their research
but the school has merit programs to get undergrads involved in that too. Plus, they keep some profs around
who actually love teaching (like Ghandi Puuvada when
I was there.)
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