They're all core credit classes, so you can get them out of the way before tranferring. Even though there's tens of thousands of students, class sizes are pretty small. It almost feels like 13th grade, but in a good way. Most professors are always available to answer your questions after class, during their office hours, or over e-mail.
You'll meet a lot of non-traditional students in your classes. I feels like most people here are at least 22, with some sprinklings of people in their 30s and 40s. They have a lot of life experience, which makes in-class discussions pretty interesting. Overall, I'm satisfied with my classes. Just make sure to go on RateMyProfessor so you don't get stuck with a bad professor.
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