based on 2 students ratings
Being a science student, I wanted to pursue my bachelor's studies in the field of neuroscience from the USA. I had been advised for taking up this college by my high-school professor. I was provided with hands-on experience in how I revolutionize the world. W GPA of 8 in my high-school. I had applied to the university through an online common application form along with an application fee of $65.
I get training jointly by the Biology and Psychology departments as a part of the curriculum. The program helped me to understand the nervous systems from a variety of perspectives. Hands-on learning experiences are emphasized through laboratory courses and research experiences. 15-course study in the field helped me to analyze, experience, and communicate my research work.
I fell in love with the campus. It was a small school where it seemed like professors and students both worked hard. People were friendly and welcoming. It was a wonderful atmosphere. I also wanted to attend a small school.
A good curriculum but does not overwhelm the student with a ton of required classes. At the time it was one math class, two lab sciences, freshman seminar, sophomore seminar, two semesters of language or related cultural class, English 101.