College Sophomore 2013-12-01T03:47:03Z
There are a lot of classes ranging from 7 am early morning classes to 8 pm night classes. They even have summer classes. Although they have a range of classes some classes dont work well with others. If you wanted to take a certain Biology class, for example, and a Immunology class , that both go for the degree you want, they would collide schedules.
College Sophomore 2013-08-29T18:50:10Z
There is many conselors that are there to help you. You just have to speak up. Dont stay quiet!! Always find a conselor your comfortable with and talk to them.
College Senior 2013-06-26T01:08:59Z
I am a senior at The Culinary Institute of the Pacific at KCC. Overall, I can say that there are reasonable hurdles that can be expected at any institution.
The culinary department boasts of the approximate 400 student body in the program. This leads to bottle neck effects for upper level students trying to complete requirements. Before I can take any upper level courses, I am stuck waiting for an opening for pre-req's.
Ease of transferring credits depends on what you want to transfer. Transfer gen ed courses are easy among the UH system. However, you cannot register for LCC culinary classes with a home record of KCC and visa versa.
College Freshman 2013-06-25T03:39:25Z
I would say that the academic flexibility at KCC has been somewhat of a struggle for me. There are certain classes that I need to take because they match up with my major and are most likely to transfer yet there are so few time slots available that I'm having difficulty making a nice class schedule. This is important to me because I also work two part time jobs.
College Senior 2013-03-06T04:00:14Z
I only give a C+ because honestly the good professors are hard to get at KCC. I have been fortunate to get 2 really awesome instructors so far, but many of them seem either so rigid in their curriculum or don't care at all about the class.
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