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One of the best Social Work schools in So-Cal. Outstanding teachers that demand a high level of competence. SDSU MSW program has a good relationship with local non-profit organizations to foster internships and post-grad employment, You will leave ready to take the LCSW examination.
San Diego State University (SDSU) is a fantastic institution. For those individuals who are seeking a military friendly university or are applying for an ROTC program, I can't think of a better school to attend. The Student Veterans Organization (SVO) is top notch and provides Veterans and Cadets a welcoming environment with its dedicated living facility for SDSU students as well as an active social club. The Criminal Justice program is highly recognized and it's proximity to a multitude of bureaus (SDPD, Border Patrol, DEA, etc.) makes it a fantastic institution to network. One also can't refute the fact that campus is located just minutes away from top ranked beaches and surf spots such as La Jolla and Blacks Beach with weather to accommodate outdoor enthusiast year round. There is no better place! Go Aztecs!
This university really helped me expand my interests. The level of education provided by professors on campus is incredible, and I have never had a bad experience with any faculty. I have received all the support necessary to continue my education and eventually go on to grad school, where I will excel in my future.
San Diego State University has lots to offer. The teachers and faculty are there to help. As long as you set aside time to meet with them they are more than willing to help students. The campus and surrounding San Diego area make for a great college experience. I spent a lot of time in the library, I would advise all students to find a "go-to" area to study daily. Studying in dorm rooms or apartments is next to impossible. GO AZTECS!
I loved San Diego State. The professors, the atmosphere and the quality of the education made my undergraduate degree an amazing one. Not to mention the beautiful campus and location. Over all, SDSU is worth it and I would definitely do it all over again.
SDSU is a very diverse college that meets every needs of it's students. There are services for former foster youth, former military, student's from low-income families, etc. There are a variety of classes and majors providers to specify student's career or broaden student's career choices. The campus is beautiful and well taken care of. Student spirit is high and Aztec's are forever proud to be an Aztec. Financial aid services are amazing and are counseling services, educational services, etc.
SDSU is an amazing school! The institution prides itself in making leaders, and I've truly come out as one; having the opportunity to be apart the executive board of many select organizations on campus. I've gained and strengthened a myriad of skills as well have many life changing decisions such as studying abroad. SDSU encourages students to take a study abroad experience and even makes international experience a requirement for some majors which is very beneficial! It was an experience of a life time studying abroad. I have made many long life friends on this campus and experienced moments that I will never forget.
The biology degree is a well rounded curriculum. SDSU has an amazing faculty that love their subjects and love to help their students succeed. The only down side is that the emphasis for animal sciences had cut backs and don't have all the classes needed to complete it.
This school offered a lot of potential to engage in hands on learning which is essential to pursuing a career in biology. The lab facilities are also very nice compared to other institutions. The school is very active in trying to help students succeed.
San Diego State is a great college to attend. San Diego is a great location to go to school in and the campus is very diverse. I was happy with the curriculum learned in my degree field. Unfortunately, the field of criminal justice, specifically Law Enforcement, values experience more than education.