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I opted for this college because it's a top 10 public university. It's the best school in Florida. Our academics are very top-notch, and our athletics and diversity are what make us even better. The University of Florida is a true gem.
The course curriculum is pretty nice. I think it encompasses the majors offered pretty well, and there is a very diverse set of courses to take. There are plenty of options and plenty of choices, and the teachers themselves are academically very well-known, so the material being taught is expressed clearly.
I chose this school because it was close to home, affordable with state scholarships and grants, and it is a great school. It also had a very old time feel to it that I really loved when I went to go tour it.
I think the course curriculum we had was okay but there was a lot of room for improvement. There were a lot of classes I felt were not necessary in order to graduate and were just made mandatory in order for the school to make money.
I wanted to stay somewhat close to home while also saving the most money. The Florida Bright Futures scholarship is a big help and persuades many to stay within Florida for school. I also had a lot of friends going to UF.
The course curriculum is interesting. I like that there aren't tests for every chapter but instead, are typically tested twice a semester. That seems like a happy medium between testing enough and giving students enough time to master the material.
The University of Florida is in-state, cheap, affordable, and I am able to top commute back home. Furthermore, it is the best in my state my major, which is computer science. I have a couple of family members that also graduated from this school.
It is mainly devoted to software engineering, not computer science. For example, it does not concentrate a lot on the theory of computer science, but rather how to use the subject in the real world.
I love nutrition and how it impacts every aspect of health. I myself am student-athlete and as such have personal experience in nutrition impacting life, or in my case, athletic performance. Further nutritional sciences have a science emphasis which appeals to me.
I enjoy my curriculum, the information being on taught is interesting and has real world relevance. However the material is relatively challenging. Being that the classes are science based they do require a great deal of effort and studying.
I chose this college because I would receive in-state tuition, because it is a prestigious institution, and my sister was attending UF at the time and loved it. I also liked being relatively close to home.
There are lots of great and interesting courses you can take at the University of Florida. With my major, I had a lot of flexibility with the courses that counted towards my degree and was able to take most of the classes I wanted to.
They gave the most scholarships and the engineering program was really good. They were ranked in the top ten public universities in the US when I applied, and by being a freshman in 2018, the ranking just increased to the top 8.
I think the current curriculum for engineering students is a bit heavy because there is no room for classes but STEM. If you are an out of state student it's a bit tricky to get all the classes in time.
The best education in Florida. The University of Florida is a top 10 public university in America. We have the best accounting and engineering programs rated at number four in the United States of America.
It is very hard but useful in the real world and I like what I am learning. Going to this school is very worth it and I wouldn't change a thing about what I am learning because it is great to be a gator
The pharmacy school is one of the best in the country and matches a lot of their students for residency programs. It is also where my mom went to undergrad. The college is also in a great location and I love the town.
I think it?s very well drawn out but it has only been implemented a few years so there are some things that need improving. I think with time some of these things will be worked out and the curriculum will be much better.