Recent Alumnus 2013-07-29T19:45:21Z
Andrews is known for Physical Therapy, Pre-Med/Dent, and business. If you're in those particular fields, you'll have opportunities hand to you like a piece of cake. Being a Pre-P.T, the P.T. adviser will always try to put you in their list for P.T school. Of course you have to study and get at least a 3.7 gpa in science. Nonetheless, they always help with class scheduling and once you graduate, there's a high probability of you finding a job fast.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-04T20:54:57Z
I am a first year student in the Theological Seminary here. Thus far I can that the quality of education received is excellent. The majority of the professors are extremely friendly and are available to help students outside of the classroom. I've noticed the willingness of many of them to even mentor students. The workload given can sometimes seem overwhelming but if you ensure that you remain organized and do not procrastinate you will be fine. There were a few glitches in the registration process this semester so many people had to do manual registration. This made registration a painful process for me. But other than that, this is a great program!
College Junior 2012-07-23T19:46:59Z
A Good Start – My program is relatively new, which gives me the opportunity to control some of the changes as they happen. However, there aren't as many options as there could be with an older program.
Recent Alumnus 2012-03-24T07:09:14Z
This school exists to indoctrinate you in Adventist beliefs, not to help you get a real job or go to a real graduate school. The funny thing is, the professors can't even agree on what the beliefs are so you get a load of conflicting crap.
College Senior 2012-01-05T21:04:21Z
Not an Academic School – This school is an Adventist school. The professors are here because of their commitment to the Adventist Church and its theology, not because of their expertise.
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