Professors know who I am
my favorite class is the one where I get to play with cool toys
we never study
no one cares in class
what does intellectual mean
none of our students have ever been in a competition
The academics at ERAU are very high. Students here tend to love learning and work hard to do well. Students often develop personal relationships with professors here and the faculty is always open to helping students outside of class. You will certainly feel like you are in an academic environment. Students often discuss class material outside of class in an intellectual manner. In fact, the students who do often do better in classes, because they learn a lot from their peers. In fact, most of your peers here will often have a lot of good experience to add to class discussions and such. An example: In one of my Unmanned Aerial Systems class, my professor stopped to ask one of the students about how a particular UAV operated because that student had been in the army and in the army, it was his job to operate that particular UAV!
You may find that students here are very competitive, but mostly 'self-competitive." They want to do well, so they compete with themselves to do better. However, it has been my experience that students are always willing to help out other students, even for students that aren't even their same major!
Education at ERAU is definitely career oriented. Granted, professors want you to learn things because they know you need to learn it for school, but they will often times tell you up front, "You will never use this in your career. The reason I'm teaching it, though, is because when you learn this other thing, which you will use in your career, you may want to know this first..." kind of thing. ERAU is linked quite closely with industry leaders, and often change curricula to what industry leaders have asked the school to teach students because they know that they are going to want to hire them down the road.
Academics at ERAU are challenging but are worth the reward. Aeronautical Engineers are always up late studying and working on projects. Meteorology is very interesting and many of my hours are spent in the Meteorology Media Lab with the green screen. The school's classes are really geared toward the aviation field. almost every class relates in someway back to aviation. Professors are friendly and helpful. I have spent a lot of time talking with my professors outside of the classroom. They are always there to help.
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