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Auburn University

How this student rated the school
Research QualityB Research AvailabilityB-
Research FundingC+ Graduate PoliticsA
Errand RunnersA- Degree CompletionA-
Alternative pay [ta/gsi]C Sufficient PayA-
CompetitivenessA Education QualityA+
Faculty AccessibilityA+ Useful ResearchA-
ExtracurricularsB+ Success-UnderstandingA
Surrounding CityB+ Social Life/EnvironmentB+
"Individual" treatmentA FriendlinessA
SafetyA Campus BeautyA
Campus MaintenanceA+ University Resource/spendingA
Describes the student body as:
Friendly, Approachable

Describes the faculty as:
Friendly, Helpful

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Date: Dec 31 1969
Major: Nutrition (This Major's Salary over time)
I just completed a Master's degree in Nutrition. I found the Nutrition program had very high standards, although staff was flexible and willing to work with you in classwork and research. The staff has passion for their research and it rubs off in the classroom. I enjoy working with a diversity of international students and Auburn University provides several extracurricular and study abroad opportunities to enjoy.

A word of warning, research in the Nutrition department is highly lab-based (focusing on molecular mechanisms in cell culture and rodents). The department is small, and there are limited positions available for dietetic students. Students with limited background in biochemistry find classes challenging, be ready to study.

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