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Degree: Microbiology, General
Graduation Year: 2011

I sought this degree as a pre-med student because of the complex nature of microbiology. After completing two years of medical school I was grateful for the vast amount of knowledge I had gained from this undergraduate program in microbiology. Microbiology is one of the most difficult subjects for medical students to master and with this undergraduate degree from Arizona State University I was prepared for the extensive amount of microbiology presented during the basic science years of medical school.

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Degree: Microbiology, General
Graduation Year: 2011

I sought this degree as a pre-med student because of the complex nature of microbiology. After completing two years of medical school I was grateful for the vast amount of knowledge I had gained from this undergraduate program in microbiology. Microbiology is one of the most difficult subjects for medical students to master and with this undergraduate degree from Arizona State University I was prepared for the extensive amount of microbiology presented during the basic science years of medical school.

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Degree: Microbiology, General
Graduation Year: 2011

I sought this degree as a pre-med student because of the complex nature of microbiology. After completing two years of medical school I was grateful for the vast amount of knowledge I had gained from this undergraduate program in microbiology. Microbiology is one of the most difficult subjects for medical students to master and with this undergraduate degree from Arizona State University I was prepared for the extensive amount of microbiology presented during the basic science years of medical school.

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Degree: Microbiology, General
Graduation Year: 2011

I sought this degree as a pre-med student because of the complex nature of microbiology. After completing two years of medical school I was grateful for the vast amount of knowledge I had gained from this undergraduate program in microbiology. Microbiology is one of the most difficult subjects for medical students to master and with this undergraduate degree from Arizona State University I was prepared for the extensive amount of microbiology presented during the basic science years of medical school.

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Degree: Communications (Speech & Rhetorical Studies)
Graduation Year: 2010

I had a pretty good experience at Arizona State University. Educational environment - I attended ASU's West campus and the campus was very easy to navigate and logically laid out. The library was big and had lots of space for study time and group work also. Professors - the quality of the professors at ASU during my time was the biggest struggle I had with the school. I had one teacher who was "associate" level professor, and be bragged about his degrees coming from Mexico and not being "real degrees". He was awful. I had another woman professor who barely every showed up to class. Workload - The workload for my classes was generally very light and manageable. Other majors I'm sure are not so fortunate.

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Degree: Communications (Speech & Rhetorical Studies)
Graduation Year: 2010

I had a pretty good experience at Arizona State University. Educational environment - I attended ASU's West campus and the campus was very easy to navigate and logically laid out. The library was big and had lots of space for study time and group work also. Professors - the quality of the professors at ASU during my time was the biggest struggle I had with the school. I had one teacher who was "associate" level professor, and be bragged about his degrees coming from Mexico and not being "real degrees". He was awful. I had another woman professor who barely every showed up to class. Workload - The workload for my classes was generally very light and manageable. Other majors I'm sure are not so fortunate.

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Degree: Electrical Engineering
Graduation Year: 2018

Currently pursuing my Electrical Engineering Degree 100% online, my biggest complaint is the lack up support from ASU when looking for help on difficult subjects. They have online tutoring but when you get to more advanced classes they will have at best one person who is competent enough to instill confidence that they know what they are doing and that one person is usually only available Tuesday at (9:00am-10:00am). If you are a student straight out of high school this program can work for you but if you are a non traditional student that is trying to pursue your EE degree while working a full time job this is not for you. If you have questions about the program just comment and it will notify me.

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Degree: Biology
Graduation Year: 2020

The PhD in Biology at ASU is a thesis-based research degree. Current funding from the School of Life Sciences provides funds during years 1-5 during the Fall and Spring semesters, as well as tuition remission and health insurance coverage year-round. The PhD has few course requirements, which allows the student an opportunity to focus on his or her research projects. Unfortunately, many students take longer than 5 years to complete their PhD, where their funding is no longer guaranteed. Moreover, while the funding during the 9 months of the Fall and Spring semesters is guaranteed, there is no guaranteed funding for the summer months. Both of these concerns lead most graduate students to look to alternative sources of funding in the form of grants or part-time assistantships to support themselves throughout their PhD. While the health insurance coverage provides assistance with basic needs, chronic or severe medical issues, or the financial costs of child rearing may force a student to incur additional debt through loans.

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Degree: Education
Graduation Year: 2021

I used them online and after a semester through their social media outlets such as Facebook groups, I and my spouse were being harrassed by other students. I felt the school itself was acceptable in education but had too much social media conflict. If you go there just do yourself a favor and do not communicate with any other students for any reason.

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Degree: Environmental Engineering
Graduation Year: 2015

Excellent professors, for the most part. A couple of professors are practiced engineers, who worked for large companies. Use their knowledge. A couple other professors teach useless classes and do useless pseudoscientific research. Stay away from them. If a professor doesn't have an actual lab with actual equipment, they're probably not publishing real science. I came away with 8 peer reviewed collaborative papers in environmental chemistry. If you choose your PI well, and you work hard, this program can really benefit you. If you instead try to take the easy road and do garbage research, or no research, then you may not even get a job.

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