The most frustrating thing about my school is that it doesn't always have the classes that I need avaiable. With my scholarship I must take a minimum of 15 credits a semester, and it is hard to schedule that with the amount of time I have because I do have to work part-time to support myself.
To me the one thing I didn't like was that fact the Education is not offered as a major, only as a minor at the undergraduate level.
The lack of creditablility compared to Ivy League and top tier universities and the abililtiy to compete for internships and jobs with students from those universities.
The amount of beaurocratic crap, one has to deal with when registering for classes.
nothing frustrates me
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