Virtual Tours by Students
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Okay, now that we need to look at some classes and other things like doodle academics overview. I'll tell you, out from coffees I'm taking how my workload thing, what college life is really like. My major is in the natural sites, interesting ability. Then I'm adding a certificate and bio mimicry, which is a critical, unique way of thinking. It's emulating nature in our design principles in human problems that we don't every day. It's the first school that offers a certificate in by a member free again, super innovative. So to start off, I'll say, I've averaged around 18 credits a semester. 12 is full time, I would say anywhere between definitely manageable someday taken letters. Um, it really just depends on your organization in your time management, Terry six on your back or merely for warrior style. The classes I've taken have been really foundational, and they really progressed. Me as a student give me based knowledge that I had a lot of meaning to progress really well throughout school. You can finish your Mac surgery and five years instead of six. My workload. I've been able to balance working two jobs and going to school. I would definitely say that this major is It takes some effort. I've been able to manage working 40 hours a week and going to school at the same time. So I definitely say it would be manageable for any students. My experience that calling high school hasn't been to different. I really excel in high school, and I'm also seeing myself excited. I think it's the study habits that you lay down for yourself. Your first semester sets the tone, making sure the go to class you pay attention. I would say, just setting those foundational rules for yourself in your first semester will set you up for success the rest of the year.