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I loved studying Human Development at BYU! Not only did I learn so much about people and about myself, but it changed how I think about the world and how I learn. I have a newfound appreciation for education because I have seen the influence of my education in every single aspect of my life. Earning this degree has changed how I interact with others and has helped me understand my life goals. No matter where I end up after graduation, I will be grateful for the knowledge and experiences I have had at BYU.
For its price, BYU is a great school! While you need to follow a strict Honor Code in order to attend this university, there are plenty of opportunities for you to be socially and academically involved. I would definitely suggest finding a major you love and then developing a few good and close relationship with faculty members. BYU offers tons of research opportunities to give you some fantastic academic experience.
BYU and BYU-I are great colleges, with fantastic teachers who make the college experience about learning and not so much about taking tests. Teachers spend time helping students to actually understand the lessons and material, to the best of their ability, before moving on an teach with clarity, that isnt to say that if your slacking they will caudal you. If you work hard and study every class is easily an A.
This program has wonderful faculty who are dedicated to helping students succeed. I have loved the classes and the ways that I have grown as an individual and as a professional. Not only have I learned technical aspects of teaching English, but I have also learned skill that have helped me become a better person.
Wonderful University with exceptional faculty and students. The electrical engineering degree prepared me for various career paths of my choice. It was a very challenging degree which most certainly stretched my abilities and prepared me to be able to achieve a master's degree at another University. I was presented with multiple opportunities upon graduation thanks to the preparation and great reputation of the engineering school at BYU.
Clinical Lab Science is very advantageous for those wanting to find a job and start working right out of college. There are many jobs available in this career field. It is also a good choice for those wishing to gain acceptaance to medical school or PA school as it follows closely the pre-med educationaal route and provides a solid temporary career until acceptance is achieved. The things learned in this field of study are relevant and helpful for those going into medicine. Working in this field also provides real life experience in a medical setting.
The dietetics program at BYU taught me effective ways of learning, along with empathetic ways to care for patients. As I am pursuing my graduate degree in dietetics, I am excited to gain a broader skill set in order to better help those around me. Food is such an integral part of life, and I love helping others to integrate greater nutrition into their diets.
BYU is the best university. I cherished my time there and have the fondest memories of my time there. The campus is beautiful and the classes are inspiring. I would definitely choose to attend again if I had to choose over again. I chose Exercise Science for my undergrad to help me achieve my goal of becoming a PA. I would probably not suggest that major if you are just planning on doing an undergrad as it doesn't leave many career opportunities.
BYU is a great school. The campus houses students from around the globe and a majority of students speak a second or third language. It's a great place for diversity and broadening horizons. The engineering programs are good but they are not top tier like some Big 10 programs. Advising was good and gave a good amount of networking and career preparation.
The experience at BYU cannot be compared to any other. The combination of intellectual enrichment with spiritual enhancement makes BYU unique and invaluable. My time spent at BYU gave me the preparation and skills needed to be successful in the real world. When I began working my first full-time job post-graduation, my employer commented frequently of how impressed he was that I was able to apply what I had learned to the actual practice of engineering. I also left BYU with unforgettable memories of the experiences I had, both social and educational, that shaped me into the person I am today. Perhaps the worst part about landing a job on the east coast, 2000 miles away from BYU, is that I don't get to go back often to visit the place I grew to love. I will forever be grateful for what BYU gave me.