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Close to my home town and they had a strong engineering program. The location in terms of things to do outside of class included a lot of what I would be interested in doing (such as hiking, shopping, exploring, etc).
Good, but a high requirement of natural sciences that is unneeded for computer science majors (such as chemistry, geology, etc). As a computer science major, I do not find this requirement benefiting towards my field of study.
It was in-state tuition so it wasn't as expensive and I liked the campus and the atmosphere better than the other in-state school (Colorado State University). They also have better political science and pre-law program than CSU.
The course curriculum at my university is good. The classes aren't too challenging but they're not easy either. Most of the classes I have taken have been fairly interesting to me and I think the general education credits we're required to get help foster valuable skills.
I chose the University of Colorado because I originally did my freshman year at the University of Hawaii and so all my credits transferred to CU. Since I am from Colorado the in-state tuition was definitely a plus as well as the beautiful campus that was close to home!
The course curriculum was good for the classes specific to major but classes for the degree were not very applicable to the field of study and sort of felt like a waste of money. I actually ended up withdrawing because of one of the major specific classes I took where I figure out that the major I was in was not what I wanted to do! So good and bad I guess.
I received in-state tuition, it had a great program for my chosen major. I was then able to receive help and expand my major into a double major with a minor, and I have always loved the CU Campus and the activities as well as Greek organizations that it offers.
I believe that the course curriculum is proficient in helping students to learn basic material, but as with anything, could be improved drastically. In some areas, such as the political science major, the initial year of education within the major courses leaves a political science major feeling lost as to what they want to do for a potential career.