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based on 4 students ratings
The prestige of the film school was the main drawing-in factor for me. I'd always known the school to be one of the best film schools in the country, hence my enthusiasm to apply. I didn't believe it when I got in but I am grateful I did.
I thought it was great to get a bearing on how to craft a story and realize it from start to finish. I think a more business-centric required curriculum would be helpful. There are a few classes available on pitching on distribution, but none are needed for a degree.
I was torn because I got accepted everywhere I applied, but here at USC, I would have friends, a BFF as a roommate, and they gave me scholarship money. Not to mention it was a perfect distance away from home.
In my first year, the curriculum was not difficult, just memorization mostly. My second year is a different story. I had to apply my knowledge which was a new concept. I would say it was difficult but manageable.
They have an excellently ranked program and offered a strong financial aid package, which allowed me to afford the school. I also liked the location, as LA has many opportunities because it's a hub of innovation.
I believe that some majors are harder than others. I know I'm computer science, they make the midterm exams so that the average is 60% before the curve. Other majors like biomedical engineering have a lot of coursework and hard classes, making it one of the hardest majors at USC.
Because this college has many opportunities to do great things for my life and is in my area and has good and fair tuition fees for my learning to get a good job for my future! I believe it will open up success.
It is good and easy to follow through with!