Missouri State University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (11)
I enjoyed what my time in school mostly. My department was generally good. The biggest thing is like all universities they care more about taking your money then anything else. So many of the classes that are required are a waste of time and money. I received a degree in a science field but half my time in school I was taking more classes on stupid worthless subjects like theater or religion. It won't happen schools make to much one off it but students should only take classes directly related to the degree and the purpose of the education should be to prepare a person for a job in the choose field
I attend Missouri State University from 2004 to 2007. The fashion program was a great experience with staff that has relatable experience in the industry. The experiences that the program offered, trips to industry cities and overseas, were well planned and very influential on internships and future jobs. I would not say that this program is well known in the industry, but I felt that I was well prepared and given realistic experience during my time there.
Great programs in education, business, agriculture, and music. Horrible English Dept.
I enjoyed my time at MSU and I enjoyed the BSW program. The professors make you work and reach outside of your comfort zone by volunteering with organizations that you might not otherwise volunteer with.
I enjoyed the MBA program, there was a ton of group work, and a ton of international students. Most of the classes are heavily focused on major group projects. Great for learning to work with and manage teams, but there are sometimes issues with attempted free-riding. Professors are glad to help and willing to talk with you more outside of class.
I had an awesome college experience. I made lots of friends, learned a lot and grew as a person.
I loved it. Most wouldn't call my degree (creative writing) very useful, but being able to write opened several doors for me. I loved my experience in college. It taught me to think and ask questions.
I loved it there! The city and campus has grown a lot since then. The downtown area is great, with local bars and restaurants.
I received a well rounded education and many professors are active in the community and demand volunteerism as part of your grade. The classes the required volunteering were the ones I learned the most in.
This school was large enough to be able to constantly meet new people, but not too large to be overwhelming. There was always something to do on campus.