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I read that the class sizes were smaller which would provide me with better interactions with professors. The nursing program there is spectacular with a great simulation program to allow students to act out real-life situations on a fake patient.
The course curriculum is good however many of the classes taught were common sense (ethics, leadership, etc.). I learned everything I know from labs and from my clinical practice, not from the courses.
It had very small class sizes that allowed the profs to get to know they're students better which I think is really important. Also, their dorms are more like apartments with separate bedrooms, a kitchenette, and a bathroom you only share with one other person.
My program focuses a lot on the law but there are some classes that are just unnecessary. For example, learning classical and contemporary sociology may be interesting but it adds no value to what I want to be and the same with the required six credits of science.
North bay is a beautiful place to live, their residence was structured nicely to give everyone a private room and a shared full kitchen with appliances. The school also has small class sizes and an internship is offered with my program.
It's a good curriculum but I don't understand why I have to take classical sociology when I want to be a police officer. There are some valuable courses but old sociology, science, psychology labs don't make sense with the definition of my course.