based on 7 students ratings
I was working in the city, Although I was working in data analysis after completing my bachelor's in computer science, wanted to increase my income so I decided to go for the Masters in the degree since I wasn't from the Economics field. So I wanted to pursue a course while still living in the city as my parents lived with me, so I applied for this college online. The application process for the college was $60.
Since I have opted to major in information management, our course focuses on foundational data analysis methodologies and disruptive information technologies relevant to business processes and financial and organizational decision making.
Scholarships. And the proximity to my hometown. It was the perfect distance for me- 3 hours. Also, my sister went there and loved it, and I had a lot of friends there. I wanted to stay in-state too for the tuition
A lot of general education requirements got in the way of my focus. Wished I had more opportunity for elective courses. But I understand it for people who are undecided in their major, which many students at UTK are.
I was eligible for in-state tuition, which was probably the big selling point. When I toured I absolutely loved it, and I got that "I belong here" feeling. I knew all along that I wanted to attend a really large SEC school.
I like the course curriculum really. I think it's challenging but very valuable. I also enjoy studying and find it to be easier than anticipated due to the fact that I enjoy the subject matter. If you enjoy what you do, you never work a day in your life, you know.
I got a full ride for this college and my brother went there and had a great experience. The theatre department also had a Lord D theatre on campus that we got to collaborate with and participate in shows with.
There is a lot of Gen Ed's which can feel like a waste of time at some points. It seemed excessive at times because I wanted to focus on my major requirements and extracurricular activities that would help me with my career.
I opt for this one because it was cheaper and closer to home. With scholarship and some loan I didn't have to pay out of pocket immediately. And total cost was less than $2000. UT is also among the top 150 universities.
It's not that bad. Some subjects are a bit blurry and not clear. It's a bit tough as well, and the professors goes really fast. Usually covering one subject all in one day. Really confusing sometimes.
I loved what I read online about college! It is very diverse with students from all over the country. They offer many different programs and clubs. I could get the chance to study abroad in many different countries.
I think the curriculum is a little challenging but not too difficult.
I am attending the University of Tennessee because I wished to attend college outside my home state of Michigan. I was impressed by the track and field program that I will be a part of. I knew it had an excellent business school. The city of Knoxville and the campus are amazing. There is so much to do in the city and surrounding areas.
I find the course curriculum extremely well structured. As with a university, it depends on the class and the professor but I think the university does an excellent job structuring their individual course curriculum.