As an engineering student, there is plenty of new information to learn. Although some science professors are not the best teachers, you end up learning all the material some way or another! The math professors are better. It's not as convenient, but everyone struggles the same way so you all learn the same amount... and it's a lot. The required writing courses are also extremely helpful. There are tons of choices and you're bound to find a class you like. The writing teachers I had also made a clear point to teach the correct structure to writing an essay -...
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The faculty, staff, and administration at BU are extremely professional, helpful and knowledgeable. This is my second master's degree and this program at BU has prepared me well for my field of art education and has me excited to be in the education field. I highly recommend this university for anyone considering an undergraduate or graduate degree.» Read More
Boston University provides a great community in a large city. Despite the school's large student population there are thousands of opportunities to get involved on-campus. Involvement at BU will shape your entire college career.» Read More
basically, boston university is under-rated as far as academics, student life, and involvement. bu is truly what you make of it but the school does not leave you to find things all on your own. the amazing work our students produce on a daily basis from working with actual businesses, sending freshman out for student teaching, incredible internships, and the community service opportunities all need to be recognized and awarded.» Read More