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Written by Nicholas Mrozowski
The academics for most majors are comprehensive and taught by passionate professors. There is always a catch, though. Most will find that the academics can be overwhelming, as the required amount of credits per semester is an average of 15 credit hours. Also, there is an almost-guarantee that a student will have a difficult time with one of the professors. This isn't a normal type of difficulty; it is as if the student has an absolute certainty of failing. In this case, the best course to take is to drop the class immediately or take that class elsewhere, if the credits are transferable. When taking a class, be sure to pass the first test at the very least. Otherwise, drop the class and try again some other opportune time. But beyond the negatives, there are the positives.
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