based on 3 students ratings
My elder sister did her graduation from this college and now is working with a reputed company earning a handsome amount. I got attracted to this university by seeing her growth. I also applied to via the common app a paid an application fee of $40.
My BS program is for those who desire a more extensive education in computing. You will gain increased foundational and practical knowledge. The entire program is designed to teach us software design and development skills with a focus on ethical and socially responsible practice.
I applied to 4 colleges in total but three of them didn’t have the program I am in right now. I was also looking for a school that could give me the chance to keep swimming. I was really into something related to the human body. I didn’t want medicine because I am a swimmer and between practices and school medicine would not be a good idea. Instead of that, I found kinesiology which studies the movement of the human body and it is related to sports. I ended up at Fresno Pacific University because I got a chance to continue my swimming career and also start my college career. Now that I am a junior I have between 16-18 credits. Swimming also helps me to organize my time so I can complete assignments and study and also be able to practice two times a day from Monday to Saturday.
I think that Fresno Pacific University has a good course curriculum. They offer a variety of classes for various majors. They are still lacking on options for Graduate, but for undergraduate, it has a good variety of courses.
I was given a decent scholarship and the program I originally went for, contemporary Christian ministries was offered only at this college and not other ones in my hometown. I also liked the idea of small class sizes.
I think FPU professors do a good job with their curriculum, but sometimes the professors focus on too much rather and making experts on what matters most. Most required classes make sense, however, some of the required Bible classes and focus series are annoying.