Having only taken 3 quarters of classes so far, I have mainly completed General Education classes. While getting adjusted with the school and learning how to work out selecting classes and registering, I just got into a major class in the Spring quarter. However GE classes are not a bad thing at all! In fact they give you an incredible opportunity to find out interests you may have beyond your intended major. I was able to explore such fields as Astronomy, Psychology, and Spanish while adding units to my graduation requirement. The GE options are abundant when you learn how...
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A school that lives to its motto, Learn By Doing. Cal Poly, SLO is the best school I could have chosen; I get hands on experience that relate to the learning styles that work best for me. The classes are college courses, but they provide real world experience that isn't available at other schools.» Read More
The education I have received thus far from Cal Poly has really shown me why they are so highly acknowledge for their engineering programs. The attitude of learn by doing is one that I think every school should adopt. Cal Poly throws you in head first and lets you figure it out.» Read More
An amazing bang for your buck. This school is clearly out-of-the-ordinary as the staff give you hands-on training and education dealing with your major. You'll actually be practicing what you'll be doing in your actual career in the future!» Read More
Cal Poly was one of the best decisions of my life. The class sizes are small and the teachers truly want their students to succeed. Cal Poly prepares their students for the real world through their Learn by Doing motto.» Read More