based on 3 students ratings
I came to know about the college for the first from one of my seniors in college who applied to it during the bachelors. He gave a good review of the college and suggested I at least apply to the college. And that is why I applied to it for $100 through the Graduate Admission Portal.
The course complexity is at par with the industry standards and focuses on problem-solving skills that prepare them to hold a variety of scientific and technical positions in the area of computing applications. Many students also choose to explore the data science domain as well.
I'm a resident of Maryland itself, and this is one of the prestigious private colleges in Maryland. Also, I got good grades in high school, which helped me a lot with my admissions. I had applied through an online application form, and the fee for it was $50.
Being a computational science student, I expected my course to be tough, but over here subjects are tough, no doubt, but the way they are covered to us, makes it very easier to understand. And I'm sure that the subjects which I am studying will help me a lot with my future internships and job!
Hood College's tuition after financial aid cost the least amount of money when compared with the other schools that I was considering attending at the time. I was leaning towards attending Lebanon Valley before financial aid.
In mathematics, the course curriculum is too focused on the history of mathematics and proof-based concepts that, while fitting into liberal arts, aren't very useful after graduation. Contrarily, the economics curriculum was very focused and useful.