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Great location being close to Dallas which is what I needed. It also had great credibility and reputation, especially the business department and major. I needed someone where I could be out of the city and have a college atmosphere.
Not bad at all. Some of the core I find unnecessary toward the specific major, but it is not overall that bad or overdone. Such as needing an appreciation of fine arts as a core class to major in Business.
This college was close to home and provided me lots of aid and grants which made it low costing and affordable compared to other college hours away. I already know the area, and I would be saving tons of money by commuting.
The course curriculum is very similar to the international baccalaureate and advanced placement classes that I took in high school. They are very easy to get an A in with minimal to some effort. I don't always study, and I still do great.
I chose this college because of its proximity to me and because it was the cheapest and closest to me. Also, I chose this college because they have a good mathematics program and the program I wanted was available there.
In my opinion, the courses are rigorous but are necessary. Each course is connected to the next and the sequence of courses makes sense to my major. Although rigorous the professors are very helpful and make the courses doable.
I wanted to move back to Texas to get a fresh start by myself. The University of Texas at Arlington just seemed like the right place to be. It was diverse, not a party school, and it was close to where I lived when I was young.
The course curriculum is great, I have so far had a great experience at UTA. UTA has a lot of resources to go to if you don't understand something; like office hours, free tutoring, study groups, and the library.