Boston Architectural College Reviews
My criticism is that the school did not have any flexibility when the Deep Recession hit. This created unnecessary stress when we were already trying to work full time and also go to school. You attend classes in person for 1 week per semester and do all of the rest online and in contact with your professors. This seemed like a real world way of working today. Skype and email and ftp sites became ways to communicate and transfer information back and forth.
Boston College is a place where I was able to achieve my goals of going to dental school. BC has prepared me well not only with their challenging yet well-instructed science courses, but also with BC's pre-dental/medical program. As I signed up as a freshmen in the pre-health track, I was advised by the pre health office and many professors regarding courses I should take, and extra curricular, volunteer opportunities which may be helpful. Most of all, the pre-health community has been of immense help. The community has set up different phases (phase 1,2,3) which prepare students with personal statements, recommendation letters, resumes etc. according to timely phases . As a pre-dental student, BC has supported me well regarding my future career plans, and moreover, the required core courses (which include, theology, philosophy, social sciences, arts, etc.) has also built me into a well rounded person. BC will cherish one's individuality and allow students to thrive in their fields as much as they endeavor.