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The professors themselves were so knowledgeable, but I wish when I had gone through the program that I could have had more networking and career speaker opportunities. It would have been nice to know what I know now back when I was still going through my undergraduate years. I felt like I had to go above and beyond to do my own networking and contacting. I was incredibly surprised to find I was the only one with a job at graduation from my graduating class from the Biochemistry Department! However, this program is not all bad, the professors are some of the top in the country in the chemistry department and if you apply yourself you can go far.
The BSN program was an excellent program that provided me with the necessary skills and knowledge to enhance the care that I provide to my patients. The course instructors were readily available and provided well structured guidelines in order to meet the expectations of the course.
For my specific degree, I felt limited in what I could do after I graduated. I needed a Masters degree to achieve a future where I could make an impact on others. Though in this way, my degree can be seen as a stepping stone. Just a stop on the education train that would allow me to surpass my parents academic achievements. I am also thankful that through this University I was able to afford it without having to take out huge loans that could have otherwise put me into years of debt. I was also able to work on campus in between my classes which was extremely beneficial to me, as I paid for college on my own. UT Arlington gave me the opportunity to earn a degree that would then lead me towards a great future as a physician assistant.
Attending the University of Texas Arlington has helped me grow academically, professionally, and personally. I learned to love learning because I had great professors and classmates. Not only did I watch myself grow but I also watched my school grow. Grow in diversity, and academic excellence and provide its students with a second home if not the first. I considered going to UTA as the building block on which upon I build my whole career and future and I wouldn't be where I am today if I had not accomplished what I did at UTA.
The university of Texas At Arlington is a great campus to meet diverse people. As many students attend the university in hope of earning a degree to further their education, it also services as a multicultural haven to many. When it comes to the curriculum and the academics of the school, UTA has given me a solid foundation to further my graduate education and future career. As an undergraduate at the university, I excelled not only in my academic subjects, but I also gained the advice of many dear professors who work dilegantly for their students. The university has a great team of professors whom their constant concern is the preparation of their students to better fit their future careers. I enjoyed every aspect of being an undergraduate at the university of Texas at Arlington and I very much recommend it to anyone looking for a great place to study.
The program is good overall however there needs to be more focus on finding internships and full-time jobs for students. The career center has only one advisor for the whole program so is unable to help each student prepare for career after graduation.
The University of Texas at Arlington's College of Nursing has a profound background in nursing. All instructors have a rich background of knowledge and years in education. The program is exclusively online and could be accessed at anytime. The assignments are reasonable and the knowledge earned could readily be utilized on the field. Discussion with your peers through a forum called blackboard enforces the weekly assignments assigned. The program could easily be completed while maintaining employment and the support from advisors are sound when issues or guidance is needed. I recommend this institution to any nurses with an associates who wants to further their education.
UT-Arlington is a great school. It truly is a school of diversity! The professors are awesome, but tough. Although UTA is not easy, it challenges you to your full potential and they set you up well for the real world and your future career. I loved UTA!
The campus is big, but not too big. The diversity is one of the key elements that drew me to the University. Classes are big but once you find your groove and you talk to the professors, they can be a huge help in your future advances whether it be going to Grad school or simply going into the work force. I loved every minute I spent on campus as there was a variety of things to do, a top notch gym, and there are many sports from all over the world that you can take part in. Many volunteer opportunities, and also many organizations you could join. Being a part of the UTA culture has given me pride in the Maverick name and way of living.
Good courses and teachers. Campus is very large.