The are so many offered classes, and tons of programs.
Human Anatomy was intensive and informative. It is one of the hardest, but most rewarding classes I have taken. It was a true evidence of whatever you put into your class, you will get out of it. When I go to school, and especially that I am paying for it, I expect to challenge myself and learn new material. The more that I have totally submerged myself into my classes, the more enjoyable it has been to me. It is not uncommon to create study groups with other class members that you previously did not know. The environment is friendly and safe to find others who are willing to work together to study and improve.
In some smaller classes, the professor would remember everyone's name, and the professor would grade all homework by himself, which make him know us more as individual. However, in the big classes, the professor would only give lectures. I personally like linear algebra most, and I am have very little interest in humanity classes. My school does not give too much pressure on the students, so we have a good balance of academic work and college life. The academic requirement of this school does require hard working, but it does not take over the time to enjoy life. The academic requirement also make sure that every student take at least two class outside of his or her own field of study, which I believe would broaden the knowledge base of the student. Overall, I like my school a lot.
Utah State is known for there engineering programs as well as there agricultural and education programs. Some classes are large and some are smaller but either way I feel the classes are able to allow the students to learn. You are able to get to know the professors if you would like.
As with most universities general credit classes start out large but as you delve into your major you will find personalized teaching from professors who go out of their way to help and accommodate. I would say our campus is very studious, intelligent and participatory. The school has high standards of achievement, but also high interest in student success. As a business major I get the opportunity to be taught, hear from and work with business professionals from across the nation and in many industries whose real world experience make the academic process even more effective.
Now that I have smaller classes all of my professors know my name and there is a really cool relationship between us. They are very respectful of students needs, (time, money). Some students study too much, others don't ever open the text book. I try to study every weekday and be more effective than efficient at studing. There is some student competition in class but especially in extra-curricular activities, like the student elections and other activities. I am studying Landscape Design, part of the College of Agriculture. I love it, it's a small department but very personal and student-friendly. I think the education is geared toward employment after graduation, which is why I am here. Professors often give out tips to finding employment, and there are TONS of career resources.
Our programs are great, the university and colleges within are small enough that if you put forth the effort you can easily get to know your professors and become involved with your college. There are so many resources readily available for students that are within an easy reach. The professor are great with feedback and office hours, I have never heard of a issue with either. I can to interact with my professors both inside and outside the classroom, it is great how involved they are.
Since it is a smaller university, there is more opportunity to have a personal experience with the professors. Even in the freshmen courses, there's only a maximum of 300 students, and most are well under 200. My professors know me by name, and I feel like more than just another student to them. The student body is a great balance of competitive and easy going. We work hard and play hard! I am a marketing student and absolutely LOVE it! It fits me like a glove. The business school is a great department. They work hard with us, and help us learn great business techniques that we wouldn't usually think to learn. There is always plenty of help for resumes, internships, and post graduation. I spend more of my time in the business building than I do my apartment (partially because I work in the computer lab there). But the Huntsman School of Business is one of the many reasons why I chose this school. I actually hadn't even looked at this school until about a month before I started my freshmen year, and I got in, found an apartment, and got into all the classes I needed!
Although you might expect that in Utah you would not necessarily attract the best professors, there are actually very highly-qualified people teaching in most classes. It may have just been in my study area, but I only had a couple of classes taught by graduate students. The bulk of the classes were taught by full professors. The school is constantly improving its academic resources as well, building new libraries and other necessary updates.
Classes are great most of the big classes (150-400 students) the teachers still try to know your name and get to know you. The faculty does a good job at hiring good professors. There is a huge variety of classes you can take at Utah State. If you get on the web site you can see all the majors/minors
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