Carly from the business school!
Virtual Tours by Students
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I am a junior marketing and operations management major at business school here at the University of Maryland. So why did you want to come to you first? Okay, so I applied to all ten schools because my brother is a big ten graduate. He went to Ohio, Thie, Ohio State University at the time. That's when I came to Maryland, and I was like, Oh, well, I love this brick building grass situation, so I'm definitely going to come here. How would you describe the students here? The horror. If you find the right people like, you mean that you won't ever find a group of people where they all are. One way, like everyone's pretty different in terms of how they interact with other people was like, we're all involved in a lot of different things on campus. Everyone who's in one organization is also usually and another one palace, your major and your workload. Okay, So my major in the business school, my marketing major, the workload is very low. I mean, especially for people who study business pretty straightforward. A lot of what you learn in business goes beyond marketing. For my ops, major operations management and Bins analytics, it's a lot of on ly hard skills, so it's not understanding it's just Do you know how to do like, regression analysis? Do you know how to do regular data analytics? Especially in the business school? Everyone who's in your major is taking at least like seven of the same classes. So you have to take all the same classes until you get to, like, middle of sophomore year. Then once you get into your major, you know what people are in your major. Like, you know, all the juniors and seniors who are taking the same classes is you. I think they know that people want Teo, and they offer, like, nine majors in business school through. All of the ones that everyone in the business school has to take her big. Then once you get into your major specific classes, the class sizes are no bigger than like forty, like the small classrooms like pretty face to face with teachers. School doesn't have any discussions after your first semester, so I only have class Monday, Wednesday or Thursday or Tuesday. What would you say? Are some of the pros and cons of school? So pros, I would say we're close to D. C. So we have, like all those opportunities in terms of like, fun things to do and then also connections the prose of a state university is that everyone is, like really into, like being a Maryland fan. Then the cons of that, I guess, would be that way.