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A degree in Psychology is like a cake: it is only as good as the sum of its individual parts. While you will be taking rigorous coursework, you must supplement your degree by either working with the department in research, exploring other areas of research, and committing to some community service work. It is highly recommended to consider a second major, as having a psychology degree is more for general competency in the field rather than a direct line to a particular career. It is additionally important to consider post-baccalaureate education, as a bachelors degree in psychology is a good lead-in to other fields in medicine, business, and communication. Be constantly searching for areas of interest, and guide your courses to reflect those interests so you are better prepared after graduation.
FSU has an amazing program for learning to teach the blind. I grew up north and graduated with an extremely high GPA. Everyone expected me to go to an Ivy League school so it was hard for me to try to explain that FSU was the best school in the nation for my field. I do not regret my decision at all. FSU accepted a lot of my AP and IB test scores and as a result I graduated a year early. The vision program offers a one year Master's program and tons of financial assistance. I am on track to receiving my Master's at age 22! I received countless job offers before graduating with my Bachelor's with salaries way above that of a normal teacher. I highly recommend FSU and this incredible major!
Florida State University is an excellent university for students learning, exploring, and getting a higher education. My experience as an African American student was great. I enjoyed the student atmosphere and most of all the Football games that still resonate with me. I enjoyed learning from world renowned faculty in the fields of Psychology and Science. I will forever be a Nole at heart.
I had a wonderful experience while attending Florida State. I lived on campus for my first semester and it was a great experience. The quality of the curriculum and the professors was excellent. I garnered a great deal of knowledge and experience from the interactions and assignments while attending. The atmosphere of the university was also warm and welcoming. Overall a wonderful time.
I absolutely love Florida State. Tallahassee was hard for me to get used to at first, but Florida State's charm, history, and spirit always made me feel like I belonged. Aside from how warm and fun the people are, the school has so many awesome programs and educational aspects that helped me thrive as a student. I plan on staying at FSU for my graduate program as well. I will forever be a Seminole in my heart.
As the first person in my family to leave home for the big scary world known as "college", you could say that I was not quit sure what to expect. But only after a short few weeks on campus at Florida State University, I found myself a new home. A home that created memories for me to last a lifetime and an education that propelled me into a field that I wake up loving every day. FSU is a campus that is full of a wonderful, bright, and diverse population- of students and professors alike! There are so many student related activities, clubs, and events that it is nearly impossible to not fall in love with this school. From cheering with 20,000 of your fellow peers at football games, to cramming at Strozier library until two in the morning, I found myself growing and expanding both in and out of the classroom. My proudest moment in life was the ability to hang my degree in my home office and reflect on the amazing four years that Florida State University has provided me. Go Noles!
Florida State University is a great school. I appreciated the diversity of the students and the school spirit that illuminates the entire city of Tallahassee. The rigor of the curriculum at FSU definitely prepared me for my career after graduation. I would definitely recommend this program to any student seeking a liberal arts degree.
Florida State University had excelling laboratory facilities in the Electrical Engineering Department. The faculty was excellent. Many additional opportunity for conference and lectures were available, as well as extracurricular clubs and organizations.
Florida State University provided me with many opportunities both to development both within my education, but also as a student, individual, and leader. The variety of courses that were offered both through my major and minor allowed me to take any route I wished to while staying within my general major. The courses challenged me academically and allowed me to understand the subjects I had the pleasure of learning about. In regards to leadership opportunities, FSU provided me with many ways to express both what I was interested in and provided me with diverse experiences to make my university experience great. The student leaders, faculty, and my mentors allowed me to express my interests and helped me to build a network that has provided me with the confidence to be successful post graduation. Go 'Noles!
Florida State University more than prepared me for my career. I am still proud to be a FSU graduate. I am still vey loyal to my university. Recently met with so.eone for yhe university still interested in me and my career as an alumni. This school is amazing.