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I thought it would be cheaper than all other colleges but In the end, it was not. I picked OU because I wanted to save money. Oakland has raised its tuition so many times it costs just as much as Michigan State, which was my first choice.
I think it?s very unfair I am forced to pay thousands of dollars to take a stupid English class. I also think it is very dumb that I am being forced to take Physics, which I do not need for my graduate program.
I chose Oakland University because I got a scholarship that would pay for a huge amount of my tuition. Also, the program of Health Sciences isn't found many other schools and I really liked the curriculum it had.
I really like the curriculum in the health sciences program at Oakland University. It is a great pre-med program because you take all the prerequisite courses for medical school, but don't have to take extra science classes that chemistry or biology majors would have to.
This was a much cheaper option than many of the other colleges. Also, it was much closer in proximity to home than some of the other colleges I was looking at. It also has one of the best-rated programs for the degree I am seeking.
The course curriculum is very well planned out, I think it is a little on the easier side but I do know some people still struggle with it. It also depends on the professor. I know with some professors people can easily get a 4.0, but in the same class with a different professor, it can be a struggle to keep a 3.5.
It had courses I was interested in and was affordable, and pretty close to my house so that I didn't have to live on campus, it was also overall a very safe area and had a nice campus. Other colleges were too far or not safe area.
Overall the course curriculum is okay but I'm not ready for it. I find I don't pay attention to those classes, because I don't care for what they are teaching me, but I'm still willing to try them as long as I pass.
It was close to home and it was a good school. I really liked the atmosphere and the professors were good. It was a good experience. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a degree in Communication.
For the most part, it was good. However, all of the required gen eds are useless and unnecessary. Some of the communication courses, such as theories of communication, didn't seem to matter either. I also did not like the exploratory requirement. It was like having a second major for no reason other than making the school money.
The Physical Therapy program is one of the best in the country, and it is close to home, so I could commute to school the entire time during undergraduate and graduate school and save money. Also great professors.
I really like the curriculum, despite its constant challenge. The curriculum is geared toward producing a well-rounded entry-level doctor of physical therapy, and I feel that I am well on my way to becoming that.