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I found this university online when I was searching for universities in the USA. This university grabbed my attention and I applied to this university through its official website by paying an application fee of $50.
The Master of Science is a 30-credit program that can be completed within 16 months in most cases. It prepares us for leadership roles in the planning, development, testing, validation, and maintenance of software systems in a range of applied areas that include artificial intelligence, big data, cybersecurity, financial services, healthcare, and others.
I decided to transfer to whitewater actually. Originally I went to a 2-year university and earned my associates degree taking a general course. From there I decided I wanted to get my bachelors degree in business administration. Whitewater is a very good business school and also close to home and that is why I chose to go there.
I feel like 120 credits is a lot as a minimum requirement for any bachelor degree. I do believe some of the classes are beneficial but I also feel I just took as random electives to fulfil credit requirements. Students should have to take more major-specific courses and not as many general courses.
To be able to continue running cross country and track and field in college. It also is a small school where the biggest class size is 50 students. I wanted to go to a small school where the professors would know me and I could walk everywhere.
Some of the classes I think we should not have to take such as two lab science courses for a BS degree. I also do not think we need to write a 25-page research paper in order to graduate college. I did enjoy the history courses I have taken and think all my professors were great. I also enjoy my religion classes and the requirements to get that minor are easy.