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Degree: History
Graduation Year: 1995

Excellent college with small class sizes. It was easy to get the help you needed. The education department was top notch. The way in which they constantly gave you feedback was incredible. They put you into real classrooms to observe and they would give you a chance to teach in those classes and to students on campus. Your adviser was great in being there for you until you were able to land that first job after graduation.

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Degree: English
Graduation Year: 2015

The University of Texas at Tyler provided me with an excellent and well rounded education. The academics were rigerous and prepared me more than adequately for the work force. It gave me and the other students a safe environment to learn and grow. I was able to challenge myself and grow as a student and a person because of my experiences at the University of Texas at Tyler.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2011

Overall the University of Texas at Tyler nursing school is a good school. There are a few problems as far as organization and busy work. There were times it seemed that professors were scrambling to find places to send you to clinicals and there would be last minute changes. Having a work life balance can be challenging while in nursing school. However, UT Tyler prepares you for the NCLEX. They try their hardest to put you in different clinical situations so you are prepared when you graduate. My impression of some of the professors is they have many students they are trying to teach, so they have difficulty giving you one on one help. This can be seen as a good and bad thing. It makes you more prepared and independent. They also focus on leadership in nursing. This is good or students when they want to advance their career!

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Degree: Engineering
Graduation Year: 2018

I find The University of Texas, Tyler is the best place to do Master's degree for International Students. We have a very good professor and they are always available to clear your doubts. International Students have a good opportunity to get an on-campus job. I got my on-campus job on the 3rd day and I got my internship on the 17th day. I personally recommend international student to choose this university for a better career.

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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2016

Great school! The faculty is very helpful and friendly. And if you have trouble in any of your classes, the Teaching Assistants are phenomenal and give you free tutoring. I would highly recommend attending as many tutoring sessions as possible, even if you do not have trouble in your classes, because they provide lots of extra study material. And there is also a Chick Fil A on campus!

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Degree: Biology
Graduation Year: 2013

UTtyler has some of the most caring professors I have had the pleasure of knowing. Also, the bachelor of science degree adequately prepared me for medical school.

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Degree: Education
Graduation Year: 2012

The professor's in the Education department at UT Tyler genuinely care about their students becoming successful teachers. The advisor for the education program has to be watched or she will try to cheat you, saying that something will count for a certain class then trying to go back on her word when you near the end of your time there. Happened to me, I went all the way to the dean and had it taken care of.

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