based on 6 students ratings
It was close to where I live and was flexible for working around my schedule. I opted for this college because I lived nearby and it has a really good reputation. The program also really was helpful because it is online and fits to my career as a teacher. I would recommend this program to any teacher that is out there.
The course curriculum was great at integrating both biology and teaching classes. There was a focus on integrating the two together. It was an online program so I was able to take courses at night after I worked. We had classes on different types of biological topics such as evolution and genetics. The teaching courses focused on pedagogy.
I joined SAIC (School of the Art Institute of Chicago) due to it-s immense popularity and historical significance. I heard about it from one of my relatives and thought it to be a great fit for my passion. Another factor for me choosing this university at one go was because of its nearness from my relative's place. The application process for my course was done online, at the common application. The fee I had to pay for the process was $70.
As far as the course curriculum is concerned, I think it-s sufficient to be applied in real life. I had opted for a bachelor's degree in fine arts and studio with Art and Technology study as my major subject. As for now, Art and Technology Studies (ATS) is a fine art department focused on the use of technology as an art medium.
Affordability and location. This college is near where I live and also my financial aid covered most of the costs of attending here. It also has my interest of study which is computer science so it was a good fit for me.
The curriculum will definitely keep you busy throughout the school year, but it is still manageable to achieve. If you find difficulty with the content, there are many resources the university provides in order to help.
I chose university of Illinois at Chicago because it was fairly close to home (I commuted about 3 hours a day every day) and the education was fairly affordable compared to the other colleges close to home.
The curriculum was pretty challenging in all of my classes and very very hard in some. The ones that I had a hard time was with some of the professors.
There are many reasons. I liked the University of Illinois because it provides the college town feel. There is so much going on while on campus and it makes every day feel exciting. I liked that the school was a decent distance from home but not too close or too far. I love the endless opportunities provided to us here; there is a registered student organization for every interest, and if there isn't one, you can make your own. Finally, of course, I loved the program here and the quality of education makes it so worth it.
I think the course curriculum is very relevant to the field that I am going into. I have learned a significant amount about the field of public health and I feel like I am getting a unique degree because this major offers concentrations within it, so I am able to get more specifically into my interests. My concentration is health planning and administration which is really helping me get the skills for a potential future career in health administration.
It was close, affordable, and it had the program I was interested in. Another factor was that the financial aid part as this school was fully covered for me. I also choose this school as I have had many family members who have graduated from there.
The course curriculum was fair for all students as it was easy to pass with a good grade. The assignments were fair and having access to online homework made it easier on us students. The curriculum also was supported by teachers as they would give lots of support when needed.