College Senior 2013-09-08T19:47:05Z
The United States Naval Academy provides ample opportunity to receive help from instructors. I have never been in a class that was tough by a professor's assistant. My freshman calculus 1 course was taught by a math Ph.d. Professors are often available for extra instruction and are helpful for the most part. Class sizes are also generally small.
College Sophomore 2013-08-30T14:04:42Z
It is one of the best schools in the country, hands down. Every single Midshipman receives a BS and the required courses for every student range from 2 semesters of Chemistry, 2 semesters of Physics, Thermo, Electrical Engineering, Leadership & Ethics courses...etc.
College Sophomore 2013-08-30T14:02:29Z
Although Economics is not an engineering major (what the school is known for) it is extremely exciting and practical.
College Junior 2012-10-08T17:16:55Z
I am an Electrical Engineering major, which is often cited as the hardest major at the Naval Academy. It is an accredited program, and although is smaller than most of the engineering majors, the comraderie is worth it. There is a close working relationship between the faculty and the students, and the small class sizes of no more than 20 people really facilitates learning and feedback. The instructors are top notch and are always motivated to help the students with any of the material.
Recent Alumnus 2010-10-25T03:47:38Z
The Naval Academy is made up of half military and half civilian faculty. Each professor, whether military or civilian, is overqualified for his or her position. All students recieve a bachelor of science with their comission upon graduation, so even group three (humanities) majors have to take courses in Electrical Engineering, physics, chemistry, Thermodynamics, etc.
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