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Degree: Criminology
Graduation Year: 2019

The four years that I spent at Mississippi State University were four of the most fun years I have ever had. The campus was the first thing that I loved about the school. All of the class buildings are in a rectangle shape around what is called the Drill Field, which takes two minutes to get across in all directions. I had visited other campuses before and did not like the fact that their class buildings were spread out so far from each other. The campus is also filled with beautiful trees that made it pretty to walk around campus during any season of the year. The second thing that I loved about this school was how family centered it was and how friendly everyone was. Anyone you would meet became a friend! I also played sports while I was there and the school treats their athletes very well! From academics to athletics, we always had an abundance of resources at our fingertips. Lastly, the town was a typical college town, so sports games were the one fun thing that we always did during the week or on weekends. If I had the chance to redo these last four years, I would still choose to go to school at Mississippi State University.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Instructional Technology
Graduation Year: 1993

Mississippi State University has an awesome industrial program that falls under the school of education. Instructional Technology gives you a multitude of options to enroll in, to meet your career needs. You leave with skills in knowledge in the areas of becoming a teacher, computer systems, workforce development, office systems and the list goes on and on. The advisers are very helpful and provides you support where and when needed.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Instructional Technology
Graduation Year: 1993

Mississippi State University has an awesome industrial program that falls under the school of education. Instructional Technology gives you a multitude of options to enroll in, to meet your career needs. You leave with skills in knowledge in the areas of becoming a teacher, computer systems, workforce development, office systems and the list goes on and on. The advisers are very helpful and provides you support where and when needed.

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Degree: Instructional Technology
Graduation Year: 1993

Mississippi State University has an awesome industrial program that falls under the school of education. Instructional Technology gives you a multitude of options to enroll in, to meet your career needs. You leave with skills in knowledge in the areas of becoming a teacher, computer systems, workforce development, office systems and the list goes on and on. The advisers are very helpful and provides you support where and when needed.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Instructional Technology
Graduation Year: 1993

Mississippi State University has an awesome industrial program that falls under the school of education. Instructional Technology gives you a multitude of options to enroll in, to meet your career needs. You leave with skills in knowledge in the areas of becoming a teacher, computer systems, workforce development, office systems and the list goes on and on. The advisers are very helpful and provides you support where and when needed.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Instructional Technology
Graduation Year: 1993

Mississippi State University has an awesome industrial program that falls under the school of education. Instructional Technology gives you a multitude of options to enroll in, to meet your career needs. You leave with skills in knowledge in the areas of becoming a teacher, computer systems, workforce development, office systems and the list goes on and on. The advisers are very helpful and provides you support where and when needed.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Instructional Technology
Graduation Year: 1993

Mississippi State University has an awesome industrial program that falls under the school of education. Instructional Technology gives you a multitude of options to enroll in, to meet your career needs. You leave with skills in knowledge in the areas of becoming a teacher, computer systems, workforce development, office systems and the list goes on and on. The advisers are very helpful and provides you support where and when needed.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2019

My undergraduate career was a learning experience. My university had it's fair share of problems but the department that my degree fell under was fairly small and closely knit, so I was able to develop fairly close relationships with my professors and fellow students involved in that department.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2019

My undergraduate career was a learning experience. My university had it's fair share of problems but the department that my degree fell under was fairly small and closely knit, so I was able to develop fairly close relationships with my professors and fellow students involved in that department.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2019

My undergraduate career was a learning experience. My university had it's fair share of problems but the department that my degree fell under was fairly small and closely knit, so I was able to develop fairly close relationships with my professors and fellow students involved in that department.

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