Most of my classes range from 100-250 students. The largest class I'm in has over 300 students but it's also one of the most popular classes taught here. My smallest class has under twenty students. The professors are great about giving students an opportunity to communicate with them directly, either by email or a visit during their office hours. My classes themselves are challenging but in a good way! I'm learning a lot this semester, particularly in my Spanish Conversation class and my Psychology of Human Sexuality class.
My classes at Colorado State University are filled with writing! I love it though! Since my major is news-editorial journalism, I am usually writing one paper a week during the semester. The papers are a heavy work load because they are time consuming, but I usually get to pick what I am writing about so it makes it way easier. The journalism department is not too big here either, so my class sizes are not too big. I know people in every class and those I don't know are really friendly. The professors are tough but nice. They want to make you work to learn something but are genuinely concerned with knowing you. My fashion minor classes give me a break from papers. In those classes I get to discuss patterns and designers! Sometimes I even get to design something! I really love my classes. They are certainly challenging, but I learn a lot and walk away feeling extremely glad I chose the class.
I am taking my capstone class which is a lot of work and lots of studying. It is pathophysiology. I am also taking general physics quick is pretty easy and Brian Jones is very entertaining during lectures. I am also taking prevention and control of livestock disease which is nice because it focuses on animals which I am interested in instead of human stuff like my major mainly does.
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