based on 6 students ratings
I applied to several Missouri schools and based on my GPA and test scores, Mizzou gave me the best scholarship. Scholarship money is very important as I am not awarded any need-based aid, but my family is not able to assist me in paying for college. I am extremely grateful for the scholarship money Mizzou has awarded me and I would not be where I am today without it.
I have no yet taken many Communication Science and Disorders Classes, but the one I have taken I feel as though it is very thorough and engaging. I have learned too much from this class and I am excited about my future Communication Speech and Disorders classes.
I liked the food sciences and nutrition program there. They offered me in-state tuition for my ACT score. They also have a beautiful campus. The student life there is very involved. They took all of my dual credit and most of my AP classes.
I think it's great because there are many labs. Also, you can do a research project in your freshman year. You're required to do research projects within your major, which allows you to get a taste of what your career will be like.
Scholarships/financial aid, I received tuition covered so I only had to take out like 5000$ in loans for my first year. And it was only about an hour and a half from my home town. Also, their programs at Mizzou are top rated.
Wonder, all professors have office hours and if you can?t make them for any reason you can always schedule an appointment with them. They are very flexible and understanding. I have not experienced a professor yet that is not willing to help their student if they are trying in the class.
I liked the campus and its little college town, it felt very homey. They also receive good reviews on several programs: Business, Journalism, TAM. So, going for a journalism degree I decided that it would be the best place for me. It was also fairly easy to receive in-state tuition.
The curriculum needs to be updated. Their journalism school is renowned as one of the best but it is clear the curriculum has not been updated in a long time. The current professors have experienced going through the exact same classes and projects. Being a strategic communications major under the journalism umbrella I have to take classes that are not relevant to me.
It's a large school and coming from the Chicago area it's easy to get in-state tuition. I just had to stay there for a year (including the summer after my freshman year) work in the state of Missouri, get a Missouri drivers license and submit some forms.
The course curriculum seems to be pretty standard and effective. I suppose one difference between here and my friend who goes to the university of Illinois is he doesn't have to take a Microsoft Excel class as I do.
In-state and had a program I was interested in. Tuition was reasonable and I received financial aid from the institution. I knew people who went to school here and they liked it. The campus is really nice and there's a lot to do in the town.
For the most part, I like the course curriculum. There are a few required courses for some degree programs that seem a little silly and unnecessary, like bio 1020 for a journalism major. But for the most part, I think the curriculum is beneficial in building knowledge for the particular career.