She rated most things higher than other students did.
Major: Industrial Design (This Major's Salary over time) This is an arts school catered towards BUILDING a career - not simply getting a job. It teaches you to understand your field as well as the market.
There are a few things that need attention - the transportation system (although partly its the way the city is laid out that makes it inconvenient for a bus to charter around students), some classes, and the level of brightness in students.
The student body is quirky, to say the least, but fun and interesting nonetheless. I was expecting to be more challenged by my fellow peers and in my classes. I did meet a good amount of amazing students, but met many more that weren't as interested in going that extra mile. Sometimes the courses are a bit "hand-held" (I don't know if it reflects the "art student" culture/perception...).
The faculty is amazing (at least the ones I've had - in the industrial design department and in the General Ed. classes). They are so helpful, fun, interesting and involved. There are a few I could pick, but none that I would say definitely did not meet my standards.
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