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based on 3 students ratings
This was the only university in the province, I live in, that offers a Bachelor of Music therapy program.
The curriculum itself is very intense. There is a very steep learning curve in the second semester of the 3rd year, and all the students are so caring. Everyone can share their thoughts and opinions, and it just opens the space and makes the learning so much easier knowing everyone is going through the same stuff.
In my case, I chose Capilano University to get transfer credits towards another institution since I have heard good things about their transfer program to other British Columbia universities, colleges.
I think the courses are offered are pretty great! Very interesting and varied to the interests of each person and their program requirements. The misconception that smaller universities and colleges have easier courses is not true at all since the full credits can be transferred where applicable.
The university is Close to home, the admission process involves writing about volunteer and work experiences, extra-curricular activities. I had to write 2 essays. I graduated high school with an average above 95%. This was the only school I applied to as I knew I would get in and I planned to transfer out after a year or two.
The required courses for the first years in my program make sense, as you need them to successfully move onwards in the path of science.