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The amount of analytical rigor that was required in the program was exceptional. I have a bachelor degree in chemistry, and I did not utilize my mathematical skills as much as I did in this program. Additionally, the program has experiential learning element where students are required to work with local companies to solve real world problems. These courses helped bridge the gap between academia and the real world.
Career services couldn't place a single student. All who got placed, had to make their own efforts. Career services couldn't even connect them to potential recruiter.
The diversity of the student body is good. Also, there is a closeness between students and instructors and direct contact with recruiters and alumni.
Internship placement is weak. While full time work is obviously the main focus of the program (as it should be) internships are an invaluable source of finding full-time employment or even simply to add to ones resume to discuss in interviews. I felt that the career services office let many students down by failing to assist in any meaningful way with the acquisition of internships for first year students and instead gave too much attention to second year students and their needs.
The faculty are talented, intelligent, have relevant work experience and care about their students learning the material, with very few exceptions.
Employer data includes graduates and current students.
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