based on 11 students ratings
I got to know about this college through a friend who'd previously done his BA here and when I did my research, their program in Economics appealed to me and that's how I ended up applying. I was directed to an online portal called 'Cal State Apply' and had to pay an application fee of $55.
Over the duration of four years, we've been studying a few courses related to business such as Accounting, Business Communications, and Business Analytics, and a few courses to study economics in-depth such as Micro and Macro Economics, Econometrics, Research Methods in Economics, and the like. We also have a variety of electives to choose from. I find this curriculum to be a bit challenging and rigorous but it helps that I like the subject and the professors are quite helpful too.
The communications program is one of the best in CA and it was close to home and very cheap. Compared to other colleges it was the best choice for me. I applied to basically all of the UCS and also CSUF and Csulb. I like being near where I grew up, and since my parents were moving to a different city I knew I would have my space.
I love the course curriculum so far.
I chose this particular University out of all the others because the accountancy program here is the only one in Orange County to be accredited by AACSB International separately for Graduate and undergraduate levels. I was a BBA student so I fulfilled the criteria successfully. I applied through the Cal State Apply, for the application I had to pay $55 application fee.
My core curriculum has 12 units that include Accounting Theory, Auditing, Management Control Systems. The curriculum also includes Professional Accounting Communications and Taxations of Corporations and Shareholders. My electives have 6 units in total. My program helps to develop the conceptual understanding and technical competence needed for succeeding in a professional career.
I applied to 8 colleges and got accepted to three. I received full rights to UC Merced but decided to go to CSU Fullerton because of the diverse community. In high school, I ranked 7/87 I believe. I learned about this college through an older sister I know who attends here, she is now in her third year. My school had paid for the first 4 fee waivers for the Cal States.
I think that my major is fairly easy and populated, It is mostly English-like courses and speech classes
Because it's close to my house and I went to Fullerton community college and it made it easy for me to transfer from Fullerton Community College into California State University Fullerton. I also opted for CSUF for Greek life!
My opinion on the course curriculum, and I guess that?s CSUF as a whole is that it's really good. I just hate how we have to take so many electives. I feel like it shouldn't be required for students to take nonmajor classes.
I wanted to go to a UC but I was not accepted unfortunately so I opted for a California state university, even then it was not my first choice but I settled because they accepted me early. I don't know why I did that.
It's not bad but not good either it's okay, there are too many students in the concentration and the professors are really crap sometimes. They have you take many unnecessary courses probably to make more money.
I was enthusiastic about the exercise science program they offered and how accredited the professors in the program were. Many of them have worked professionally with athletes who have become pro or made it to the Olympics.
It was definitely challenging but also very rewarding. Learning science isn't the easiest subject to pick up on. But every class was just as informative as it was interesting to learn. It was cool to be able to apply what I learned while I exercised.
Location and cost were what I was looking for, they also had the program I wanted and I got into the school. I also liked the campus environment and clubs that were offered and the general vibe of the campus was nice.
I think it's good, there are a lot of classes offered that seem like they'd be useful. There is a problem with getting into classes that are needed but so far this hasn't been a huge problem for me. I would rate the curriculum an 8/10.
I chose this school because it was close to home, it was very reasonably priced tuition and it is a great school for those that aspire to be teachers. It also has a beautiful campus and the class sizes are small.
I think that the course curriculum is great, very interesting, and very educational. The courses required for my major were all great courses that really strive to help students in the real world. Group work is a part of every class to get students ready for working in groups in their future careers.
Because of the choices of course offered in this university. Also, the weather in California is similar to my native country. Also, there is also a lot of opportunity for on-campus involvement like Associated Students Incorporated. i.e ASI or other student organizations such as IEEE or fraternity clubs. The College also offers a decent fee structure.
The foundation of a California State University Fullerton is an innovative and thoughtful curriculum developed by faculty who are experts in their fields. The Specialization courses offered in Electrical Engineering are quite a lot.