Ohio State University - Main Campus Reviews, Bachelor's in Psychology
O-H! Ohio State may seem big and intimidating but it is really one big family. The Buckeye Family is one that is loving and supportive. That is particularly true for both the Psych and Women's Studies department. Through my double major I gained a better understanding of the world around me. The professors want you to succeed and they are always available for advice or a friendly chat. The curriculum is designed to give you both breadth and depth of any subject. It was a honor to go to this school that has taught generations of my family and I would recommend it to anyone.
The psychology program at OSU is incredible. Many top researchers in the field teach courses here and it helps tremendously to have their insight and real world connections to theories we are studying. Columbus has many great resources and places for internships to prepare you for any career path you might take. I personally loved having the Nisonger center right on campus as I focused on youth and developmental disabilities. I had a preceptorship here my senior year and learned more in a few weeks than I would have anywhere else. Truly priceless opportunity.
Attending The Ohio State University was one of the best choices I have ever made. Not only did I receive a great education (allowing me to both have great jobs and be accepted into a Master's Degree program since graduating), but I also made lifelong memories and also met my spouse there. If you're thinking of Ohio State, go for a visit and see for yourself how wonderful it is! Go Bucks!
It is a great school with a wide range of opportunities. You will have great resources at your disposal and great professors to guide you. If you are still searching for a career path or already have one in mind, Ohio state is a great place to get a degree.
Even though it has been years, I will never forget my time at Ohio State. Many say it's too large of a university, but I feel it's only as big as you make it. I will add though that you have to take lots of initiative to get what you want. But in the end, it's totally worth it. I always feel at home whenever I visit. Plus, those football tickets are calling your name!