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Degree: Microbiology, General
Graduation Year: 2020

Attending Arizona State University was the best decision I have ever made in pursuing a career in science. I have been received so many opportunities since I began my journey at ASU. As a transfer student I was accepted into the LEAP scholars program where I am learning about biology education research. Recently our manuscript was sent for review and will lead to my first publication. Being a part of the LEAP program provided me with the opportunity to become a part of a neurovirology lab where I am studying the alphaherpes virus. Midway into my first semester at ASU I was informed of the opportunity to obtain a Master's in an accelerated program. As I am finishing my Bachelor's in Microbiology, I will be starting my Master's in Molecular and Cellular Biology. I have been provided with so many opportunities in only the 1 academic year I have attended ASU and feel glad to have chosen this school to guide me in becoming a great scientist.

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Degree: Nutrition
Graduation Year: 2019

Getting a nutrition degree at ASU was one of the best decisions I made in my adult life! All of the professors I had at ASU were insightful, intelligent, and genuinely loved their careers. I was also very impressed with their knowledge of the topic. Most teachers I had at ASU were experts in the topics they instructed and had a love for teaching. I will say, the Nutrition (Dietetics) program was very geared towards students who wanted to take the traditional path. Finish their DPD classes and go straight into an internship. I am interested in pursuing a PhD after this and I feel as though I did not have many resources to help me with this process. In the beginning I did not know who to turn to for advice. This was my only qualm with the program. There were some DPD classes I wasn't very happy with taking, but that is because personally I have no interest in "Food Service Purchasing" or anything like that. The class was well structured and the teacher was awesome, just not my favorite topic!

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Degree: Nutrition
Graduation Year: 2019

Getting a nutrition degree at ASU was one of the best decisions I made in my adult life! All of the professors I had at ASU were insightful, intelligent, and genuinely loved their careers. I was also very impressed with their knowledge of the topic. Most teachers I had at ASU were experts in the topics they instructed and had a love for teaching. I will say, the Nutrition (Dietetics) program was very geared towards students who wanted to take the traditional path. Finish their DPD classes and go straight into an internship. I am interested in pursuing a PhD after this and I feel as though I did not have many resources to help me with this process. In the beginning I did not know who to turn to for advice. This was my only qualm with the program. There were some DPD classes I wasn't very happy with taking, but that is because personally I have no interest in "Food Service Purchasing" or anything like that. The class was well structured and the teacher was awesome, just not my favorite topic!

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Degree: Nutrition
Graduation Year: 2019

Getting a nutrition degree at ASU was one of the best decisions I made in my adult life! All of the professors I had at ASU were insightful, intelligent, and genuinely loved their careers. I was also very impressed with their knowledge of the topic. Most teachers I had at ASU were experts in the topics they instructed and had a love for teaching. I will say, the Nutrition (Dietetics) program was very geared towards students who wanted to take the traditional path. Finish their DPD classes and go straight into an internship. I am interested in pursuing a PhD after this and I feel as though I did not have many resources to help me with this process. In the beginning I did not know who to turn to for advice. This was my only qualm with the program. There were some DPD classes I wasn't very happy with taking, but that is because personally I have no interest in "Food Service Purchasing" or anything like that. The class was well structured and the teacher was awesome, just not my favorite topic!

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Degree: Journalism
Graduation Year: 2018

I would highly recommend Arizona State University, specifically the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, to anyone who is interested. The staff are all professionals currently or recently in the field, and highly regarded professionals. Not only do you learn the required material, but you are able to receive real-world applications of course material. All of the school staff encourage and support students to succeed. Upon graduation, each student has at least one professional experience, and has been presented with multiple opportunities career-wise, for leadership, and community involvement. This school is invested in the students, and I am incredibly glad that I was able to attend such a dedicated, renowned university.

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Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)
Graduation Year: 2021

Arizona State University is a top notch institution. I completed my undergraduate nursing degree and am currently enrolled as a graduate student. I looked around at other schools, but ASU's program offered the best choice for my future career goals. In the nursing and advance nursing programs, they have excellent professors that are passionate about what they teach, and willing to go above and beyond for their students. Their simulation centers are state of the art, and help students practice real life scenarios. ASU has also been very competitive in their clinical site placements for nursing students. From level 1 trauma centers, to connecting students to future employment, every step of the way is crafted with the students goals in mind.

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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2017

This school is a joke. They require courses that suit their federally funded needs, and have little to no content that helps in the long run. They do absolutely nothing to help you succeed in internships or a future career. The guidance department watches Netflix all day, and only advocates for career programs that are out of state or pay the school for advertising. Also, the director of the school copied his speech from another speaker at my graduation. Joke!

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Degree: Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technologies/Technicians, Other
Graduation Year: 2020

ASU requires all this transcripts along with requiring an outrageous amount of money for application fee for online students plus will not even look at your transcripts until you pay the application fee. Evidently ASU cares more about money than offering a good quality education to students who want to further their career.

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Degree: Graphic Design
Graduation Year: 2021

This school has very poor communication within the Admissions department. I have received a number of messages from an admissions advisor that they need more information from me, however, I've called and emailed multiple times with none of them to be returned for over a week. The admissions process is draaaaaaaaaagggggged out at a turtle's pace, I can only image what the academia portion of this school is actually like. First impressions are huge with schools and honestly making a good first impression by Arizona state university apparently isn't a priority.

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Degree: History
Graduation Year: 2021

Prepare to learn nothing. This department when this department isnt full your head with post-modernist propaganda it is grading with a chip on it shoulder. I had one professor who required 400 word posts and 250 word responses on every discussion. Another wanted to crame 5 modules into 7 weeks. All the while I felt less like I was learning and more being evaluated on what they thought I should already know.

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